A master’s degree is an advanced study program that can be completed in about two years, provided students have already earned a bachelor’s degree in a similar area. Students can choose to earn a Master of Arts, an MSc, or an MBA, depending on their current and future goals.
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In the Research Master’s in Global Health, you will embark on an intensive study of cross-cutting aspects of health systems. You will obtain the latest insights, as well as design and implement interventions and innovation strategies to address these health challenges.[+]
Master in Global Health
Global health is defined as the broad field of study, research, and practice geared towards improving health and achieving equity in health. Global health researchers need transdisciplinary approaches. They need to cross disciplinary boundaries and interact with health professionals, patients, and others to gain an in-depth understanding of global health problems and to set out cohesive and strategic action to solve these problems. In the Research Master’s in Global Health, you will embark on an intensive study of cross-cutting aspects of health systems. You will obtain the latest insights, as well as design and implement interventions and innovation strategies to address these health challenges.... [-]
This programme will allow students to study at three of Europe's leading research-intensive universities in the field of infectious diseases and complete an internship at one of the three academic partners or any of 35 associated partners (academic and industrial) located worldwide. [+]
IDOH (Infectious Diseases and One Health) is a partnership of some of Europe's leading research-intensive universities in the field of infectious diseases and the "one health" concept. The three founding partners are Université de Tours, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and the University of Edinburgh.
Infectious diseases represent a major threat to public health. Fighting emerging, or re-emerging, infections requires that both animal and human health be treated as "One Health". This will enhance biomedical research discoveries, to the great benefit of both humans and animals.
The objective of the programme is to provide students from all over the world with education in One Health concepts, host-pathogen interactions, immunology, zoonotic and emerging infections, translational animal models and management of infectious diseases.... [-]
The programme draws upon the parallels that exist between these diseases, learning from the challenges that exist and aiming to connect individuals to lay the foundations for a global community of practice. Our aim is to provide advanced qualifications for biomedical, medical, public health, and veterinary personnel. The course is designed to instruct students in the practice of formulating and implementing strategies and programmes aimed at renewing and strengthening scientific knowledge development and building human capital. [+]
In the past few decades, there has been almost one new disease emerging each year and more than 75 percent of these diseases derive from zoonotic origins. There is now more demand for investment and research to help us manage these diseases better.
This programme aims to address the challenges posed by infectious diseases in the 21st Century by offering you courses in surveillance, prevention, and control of infectious diseases, as well as evaluating how they impact public health.
This is a professional postgraduate qualification for biomedical, medical, public health, and veterinary personnel with an interest in global health and infectious diseases.... [-]