Master of Public Health

Our programmes

Our Master of Public Health (MPH) programmes combine a history of excellence in public health research and training, with innovative new approaches to tackling public health issues in our globalised, 21st century world. With both full-time (usually completed in one year) and part-time (completed in three years) study options, students interested in an MPH degree can choose the length and intensity of the programme that would suit their specific situation. Choose from the options below, and learn more.

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A full time, one year programme taught by a world-class institution with a long track-record of excellence in public health education and research.


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An innovative, part-time programme that allows you to combine work with gaining a qualification.

Entirely online and with a study commitment of approximately 10 to 15 hours per week, you can continue your frontline duties.

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Our Masters of Public Health programmes offer training across the broad range of public health disciplines, preparing you for a future career in public or global health, research or practice. The programmes build on our long history and excellent reputation for postgraduate training in public health sciences.

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How to apply using the online application system and what supporting documents you will need.