Global Health Academy

On-campus masters

On campus programmes for those who are able to come to Edinburgh.

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Masters programmes associated with the Global Health Academy bring together disciplines from across the University.

Anthropology of Health and Illness: This programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. It examines the anthropology of health, illness and medicine from a global perspective.

Anthropology of Global Health: This programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. For this degree you will analyse the globalisation of public health policy and its impact on society and culture.

Global Health and Public Policy: This programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. Here you will analyse the impact of globalisation on public health, focusing on the role played by international organisations and transnational corporations.

Health Inequalities and Public Policy: This programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. Here you will explore why some groups in society have better health than others, and what this means for improving population health.

Health Systems and Public Policy: This programme is offered by the Graduate School of Social and Political Science. It addresses the issue of health inequalities by evaluating public health systems.

One Health: This course is offered by the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. The course is designed to address the demand from graduates with a veterinary and medical degree, or for intercalating students looking for a new and stimulating experience in a research/academic environment.

Public Health: This programme is offered by the Centre for Population Health Sciences. The degree is relevant for a range of professionals and researchers wanting to study the contemporary challenges of public health.

Science Communication and Public Engagement: In this programme, you will learn how to engage effectively with communities and stakeholders around issues in science and health, thus helping to empower communities and inform policy.