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Education

 

We run three courses in our Centre: the MSc in Global Health (both standalone and with a pathway in Global Surgery), an intercalated BSc in Global Health and a Student Selected Component for second year medical students.

Doing a course with us will provide you with the opportunity to discover more about the political, economic, social and cultural aspects of health and healthcare across the world. 

We focus heavily on enabling students to develop skills in critical analysis, to help them to understand not just what, where and when change happens, but how and why. Our multi-disciplinary focus enables students to cast a critical eye over issues in health and healthcare across the world through the perspectives of epidemiology, public health, political science, economics, sociology, anthropology and clinical medicine, among others. 

Our courses in Global Health will provide you with not just knowledge, but vital transferable skills that you can use in Global Health work, whether in academia, NGOs, government, international organisations or the private sector. These skills include critical thinking, ability to collate and appraise information, analytical reasoning, and essay, report and poster writing. On our MSc in Global Health, you will also have the opportunity to look more deeply into a particular subject or topic area, whether that be through our pathway in Global Surgery or by focusing on optional modules in conflict and health, epidemiology, health economics, gender and health or mental health, among others. 

 

Global Health Blog

News, analysis and insights written by the students from the Centre for Global Health and Health Partnerships

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Research

Research

Global health research to strengthen health systems in low and middle-income countries

People

People

Discover the people associated with the centre, and how you can contact them.

Publications

Publications

Academic research and project impact reports from King's Centre for Global Health and Health…