Student testimonials on video
In these short films, students from all over the world talk about the ways in which the programme complements their work as professionals in their respective fields, and the programme's global, interdisciplinary approach.
Moses explains how his online masters degree in Global Health and Infectious Diseases has helped him find the answers to local healthcare issues in Rwanda, rather than simply identify the problems.
Jennifer is a medical doctor in Uganda - she reflects on how studying an MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases online has realigned her thinking of health.
Nigerian doctor, Teniola, a student on the online MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases bursts some of the misconceptions that exist about online degrees and explains why he finds it a great way to network with others.
Studying Global Health and Infectious Diseases online has enabled Justine, a paediatrician from Kenya, to get the best out of stakeholders at work and align her work to donor demands.
Mark is a doctor from Kenya, who works in a paediatrics outpatient clinic. Studying Global Health and Infectious Diseases online has helped him understand that diseases can be looked at from a bigger picture.
Studying online has given Malawian student Irene the confidence to use online technologies in her work to facilitate meetings, and has enabled her to try out new approaches in her work that she's learned from her classmates.
Online student Eleanora started up her own NGO in maternal and child health in Ghana. She chose to study this online degree so she could upgrade her knowledge of infections that can affect mothers and children, and finds online learning to be a valid and effective way to study.
Online student Natalia from the UK is studying an MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases, which complements her current job in a microbiology laboratory in the NHS.
Bassey, a doctor from Nigeria, found that studying his masters online helped him appreciate the need for collaboration, and to have a global approach to diseases control.
Agnita Narendra, from India, talks about how studying the MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases while working in the public health sector complements and expands her practice.
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Benedict talks about how the MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases has helped his medical career, and the challenges of juggling work and part-time study.
Christiane Takeda, from Brazil, talks about the interdisciplinarity of global health and the supportive world of online learning.
Doreen, a doctor from Uganda, has gone on to further study after graduating from our online Masters in Global Health and Infectious Diseases. She has found she is able to apply the research methods gained in her online masters to her new campus-based degree.
Jude, a graduate from MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases, talks about how studying online has given him a global perspective on the world's health challenges, and has enabled him to become a visiting lecturer at Vrije University in Belgium.