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Take the lead in public health at university of dundee

If you’re a healthcare professional, and passionate about improving healthcare in local and global

communities, then the University of Dundee’s Masters in Public Health (MPH) course will prepare you

for leadership in scientific, research and management roles in this of dundee


A UK MPH qualification is recognized the world over and our course will prepare you for a future

wherever you decide to go. The course is 12 months of full time study and is administered in Dundee,

Scotland. You’ll be trained in the application of epidemiological, statistical and behavioural techniques used in public health practice and research, and you will also have the opportunity to improve your generic and transferable skills.

Course content covers epidemiology, applied and clinical statistics, research methods,

behavioural and social science, systematic reviews, and data visualisation. Studying a wide range of topics will give you a broad understanding of the field before you undertake self-directed research in order to write your dissertation.

About Dundee

Dundee is situated on the east coast of Scotland and is located around 1.5 hours from Edinburgh, 2

hours from Glasgow, and just a few hours from the picturesque Scottish Highlands. Our university is at

the heart of this compact city, with all local amenities within walking distance of our main campus. With

students making up around 10% of the local population, it’s a welcoming, student-friendly city. It’s also

one of the most affordable UK university cities —around 14% cheaper to live here than other major UK

cities. You’ll be based at our medical school, which is part of Ninewells Hospital- a National Health Service (NHS) teaching hospital— and is ranked No.1 medical school in Scotland (Guardian Good University Guide 2018)

We’ve also recently been awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2017.

“My professional life is centred around health promotion. Back in my country, I have been practicing as a physiotherapist for 8+ years. I had been looking at several universities to apply to that were tailored to what I was looking for. Dundee caught my attention. I had never heard of Dundee before but the communication was what I fell in love with. I was in constant communication with the staff here —the communication made me realise I had picked the right university.”

Grace Kayola, Zambia, MPH student

For more information, please visit . You can also contact Babajide Ogundeji our Recruitment Officer for West Africa on +2348175133447 and email


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