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Study your master’s in Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s

Address the biggest global health challenges facing the world today with a master's in Global Health & Social Medicine at King's.

Join us on our mission to address the changing landscape of health and medicine from a social science perspective. We combine insights from the natural and medical sciences, social sciences and philosophy to enable you to understand possible solutions to today’s global challenges and create a healthy future.

Discover why health is more than just a medical matter. Now more than ever a broad interdisciplinary approach is needed when global health professionals face novel challenges with wide-scale impact.

We are dedicated to supporting our students as they take their next academic or professional steps, by actively helping them engage with non-governmental organisations and charities, think tanks, government, intergovernmental organisations, the private sector and academia. All of these are areas in which our students have gone on to work. 

We offer master's courses ranging from Bioethics & Society, to Gerontology & Ageing, to Global Health & Social Justice. 

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Explore our courses

Our courses foster thinking across disciplines and national boundaries. Whether you want to promote responsible biomedical research, address global health inequities or ensure fairness across generations, your master's course will require you to consider numerous perspectives in order to succeed.


Why study with us?

100% of the impact of our social science, health and medicine research is world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2014).

Combine disciplines to find solutions for global policy challenges and healthcare practices

Learn from world-leading researchers who often appear in the media commenting on a range of topics.


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