100% online MPH Global Health
- 180 credits •
- 2 years part-time
This is Keele:
- 100% online MPH in 24 months
- Top 20 in UK for Health Professions*
- Part of Keele School of Medicine
- Britain’s best university, as ranked by students**
- 80% of research ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’***
- £8,500 total fees, with option to pay per module *Guardian University League Table, 2022
**StudentCrowd University Awards, 2022
**Research Excellence Framework, 2021
Make a global difference to public health
If you aspire to develop innovative ideas and solutions to tackle health inequalities in and across international populations, our online MPH Global Health will equip you with the skills to do so.
You will learn about key contemporary population health issues across countries with different climates, economies, and cultures, and how global health issues are managed through policy, systems, and agencies. On top of this, you will also examine a range of issues affecting health and wellbeing around the world, including trade, work, and healthcare systems, as well as the impact of global poverty, hostilities, and natural disasters.
What you will learn:
- Global health
- Health promotion
- The health protection function of public health
- Statistics and epidemiology
- Leadership in global healthcare
- Health inequalities and community action
- Control of communicable disease
Taught by experts
This MPH Global Health degree is part of Keele University’s School of Medicine. The School of Medicine unites world-leading research experts with experienced teaching staff to provide a pioneering teaching and research environment – one which you will directly benefit from when you study with us.
Programme Director, Dr Ross Wilkie, is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Epidemiology. His research is recognised internationally and Ross was awarded the European League Against Rheumatism Research Award in 2019. He has also been awarded a Fellowship of the Faculty of Public Health by distinction for his education and research work.
Potential career paths:
- Health Policy Adviser
- Health Promotion Official
- Health Protection Coordinator
- Health Program Manager
- Work for a national or international government agency
- Work for a non-government organisation
Entry requirements for home and international students
A 2:2 undergraduate degree or a UK Master’s degree (or international equivalent)
Applicants with qualifications below this level may be considered if they can provide evidence which demonstrates a minimum of two years’ appropriate work experience. The evidence will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
In addition, applicants must also have passed GCSE Maths (minimum grade C or 4) and pass a numeracy test prior to starting the course
Applicants who do not hold a recognised degree will be asked to provide evidence which demonstrates a minimum of three years’ relevant experience. The evidence will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
English language requirements
Applicants for whom English is not a first language must provide evidence of a recognised qualification in English language. The minimum score for entry to the programme is Academic IELTS 6.5 or equivalent (no subtest score below 5.5).
If you are based in the UK or the EU, you may be eligible for a government postgraduate loan to cover the full course fees.
You pay tuition fees for each module taken, either module-by-module or in full at the start of your course.
If you pay module-by-module, you will pay in instalments of £850.