Our Global Health & Social Justice course is a unique study pathway that combines anthropology, philosophy, sociology and science technology studies.
Covering topics such as inequalities in preventable mortality, disability, climate change, reproductive rights, pandemic preparedness and access to health care across countries, it will help you to develop advanced skills in the critical analysis and possible solutions for global health inequalities.
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All applicants who apply before 31 March to one of our full time Master's courses are eligible for a £9,900 scholarship opportunity. In addition we have a scholarship available for students in their final year of certain relevant undergraduate courses within the School of Global Affairs. Our scholarships and bursaries are open to UK, EU and Overseas students.
- You will learn to think critically and independently about fundamental issues in Global Health & Social Justice and the interaction between them.
Opportunities to study central issues in global health including health measurements, global institutions and governance, social determinants of health, global health ethics, philanthrocapitalism, evidence-based medicine, and health economics .
Internationally recognised faculty from across disciplines, including global public health, sociology, anthropology, geography, gerontology, philosophy and political science.
- Interdepartmental study course offers a diverse and exciting range of research options.