Leeds Beckett University (UK) offers a part-time Masters degree in Public Health Promotion, taught at the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho.
Suitable for anyone making a contribution to public health promotion in the widest sense, the course emphasises the role of the public health practitioner in tackling the social determinants of health.
Taught by Leeds Beckett academic staff, attendance is in blocks of two weeks, five times across two years, followed by a period of study for dissertation.
Self-funding application for the October, 2017 intake are now welcome. Course fees are £6,000, payable in three installments of £2,000 and include tuition, field trips and core learning materials.
Accommodation, living and travel expenses are not included.
Completed applications with supporting documents must be submitted not later than 17th march, 2017.
Interviews will take place in Ho, week commencing on 24th April, 2017.