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A master degree is a type of graduate qualification that allows students to become specialists in their chosen fields. Designed for those who have previously completed a bachelor's degree, these programs are about two years in length.
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The International Course in Health Development (MPH/ICHD) is an annual twelve-month Master of Public Health program organized by the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in coo
Master of Public Health/International Course in Health Development (MPH/ICHD)
Do you want to study in an inspiring environment and get updated on the newest developments in public health? Discuss health problems and exchange experiences with a group of like-minded health professionals from Mexico to Myanmar, from Canada to China, from Afghanistan to Zambia? Then come and study in our magnificent building in the heart of Amsterdam! Our Master of Public Health offers the following specializations:
MPH Track in Health Systems Policy and Management.
MPH Track in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.
The International Course in Health Development (MPH/ICHD) is an annual twelve-month Master of Public Health program organized by the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in cooperation with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). Health systems in developing countries face a wide range of challenges: inequalities in health and health care; the overwhelming problems posed by the HIV pandemic; health sector reforms; a call for equity and poverty reduction; epidemiological and demographic transitions with their double burden of disease; new partnerships with donors and other institutions through sector-wide approaches and Global Funds; the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals; and a focus on quality of services and evidence-based public health. Providing an effective response to these issues requires well-trained professionals able to solve complex public health problems systematically and using a multisectoral approach....