How is the Master Course of International Health structured?

The Masters Programme in International Health follows a flexible modular framework for full-time (Residential Track) or part-time study (European Track) across member institutions. There are three components to the programme:

  1. A core course, which is equivalent to three months full-time study, introduces participants to the principles of International Health.
  2. Optional advanced modules selected according to the needs and experience of participants, equivalent to three to six months full-time and designed for maximum flexibility with a vocational emphasis suitable for a range of careers in International Health.
  3. A research project, submitted as a dissertation, is equivalent to a minimum of three months full- time work.Ā 

Guidance in the choice of modules and institutions and the research project will be provided by our staff.

The three components are to be completed in a minimum of one year (full-time) to a maximum of five years (part-time). Successful completion of these components leads to a Masters degree awarded by the institution where the participant initially registers.