MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Public Health

Postgraduate Certificate / Master's Degree

The total service fee for this program:

€ 499

Pre payment for this program:

€ 99

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ABOUT

Introduction

A professionally-orientated and internationally recognised award, validated and accredited by the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA).

Structure

Content

Applicants can choose to study towards a Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits), a Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits) or the full MSc Public Health (180 credits). All the individual taught modules are also available as stand-alone Continuous Professional Development (CPD) units.

Modules (all compulsory for the full MSc Public Health):

  • Dissertation (45 credits) – a summative research project, based on primary or secondary research that involves submission of a research protocol and a final research report.
  • Epidemiology of Non-Communicable Diseases (15 credits) – explores the full range of non-communicable diseases, issues, determinants and contexts, and how these are addressed within the public health realm.
  • Health Promotion (15 credits) – develops knowledge, understanding and practical skills in health promotion, a core component of public health practice.
  • Health Protection (15 credits) – examines the range of communicable diseases and investigates communicable disease control, surveillance and outbreak management. The module is part-taught by professionals from Public Health England.
  • Introduction to Global Public Health (15 credits) – introduces multidisciplinary public health, based on a socio-ecological model of health, and prepares you for the programme as a whole.
  • Leadership for Public Health (15 credits) – introduces skills in public health leadership and management, and is strongly practice-orientated.
  • Public Health Policy, Politics and Economics (15 credits) – equips students with ideas from political science and policy studies to enable them to examine the origins, context and impacts of major public health issues.
  • Qualitative Health Research (15 credits) – focuses on qualitative research methods and how to apply these in public health contexts
  • Quantitative Health Research (15 credits) – focuses on quantitative research methods and how to apply these in public health contexts.
  • Research and Project Management Skills (15 credits) – explores the key stages of developing a theoretical framework, developing a research question, crafting the research design, navigating research ethics and governance issues, and disseminating research or evaluation outputs.

Please also note this structure is for the full-time course delivery only. For part-time delivery, the same modules will be studied. However, the structure will differ.

The University continually enhances our offer by responding to feedback from our students and other stakeholders, ensuring the curriculum is kept up to date and our graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need for the real world. This may result in changes to the course. If changes to your course are approved, we will inform you.

Study time

Part-time students normally attend one day a week and can take up to 90 credits in one year, completing the course within two years.

Full-time students normally attend up to three days a week during two teaching semesters and must complete 180 credits including the Dissertation over one year.

Careers

Careers / Further study

On graduation, we encourage students to publish their dissertation work, engage in research and knowledge exchange opportunities at the University or to consider pursuing doctoral studies.

The skills and knowledge acquired on the course are highly applicable to a range of roles, within and beyond Public Health. A key module on the course is Leadership for Public Health, which helps students develop important employability skills often sought by employers. 

UWE Bristol’s award-winning careers service can help you develop employment potential through career coaching, a vacancy service for internships, placements, jobs, global opportunities, volunteering and community activity, plus support for entrepreneurial activity, and access to employer events.

Part Time Course fee:

Offshore Module Fee (15 Credit): 1208

Entry

Entry requirements

Applicants are normally required to have a 2:2 honours degree in a relevant subject area as well as appropriate experience. Applicants without a degree level qualification will be considered individually.

Please see below for Selection Process.

GCSE Grade C or above in English Language and Mathematics, or equivalents are required.

Please note the University does not accept Level 2 Key Skills, Functional Skills or Certificates in Adult Numeracy and Literacy as suitable alternatives to GCSEs.

International Students

International students are especially welcome on this course which reflects both UK and international public health perspectives. Dissertation study can be supported in home countries which can reduce student costs substantially.

Selection Process

We are looking for applicants who are committed to the improvement and advancement of public health and are interested in interdisciplinary approaches to working in this field.

As part of your application we ask for a personal statement (approximately 600/700 words) with detailed responses to the following questions:

  • Why have you decided to study for the MSc Public Health at this point?
  • How do your interests align with the UWE Bristol Public Health programme? In your response please consider our focus on multi-disciplinary approaches and on understanding the social determinants of health, and your own particular research interests, where relevant.
  • What skills and qualities could you bring to the MSc Public Health programme and its community of staff and students?
  • What are your career aspirations? How will this MSc Public Health help you realise these?

The personal statement forms part of your application, and will be used in the decision making for whether to offer you a place on the course. Failing to provide and/or failing to address the specific questions posed will lead to delays in your application being considered.

In rare cases applicants might be asked to complete a Pre-Course Assessment. This is an opportunity for us to assess your existing analytical skills and whether or not this is the right programme for you. This can also help you decide whether the programme is the right fit for you and your interests.

Deferred entry

We are not able to offer deferrals for this programme. However, we appreciate there may be extenuating circumstances to consider and therefore we will consider requests on a case by case basis.

English Language Requirement

International and EU applicants are required to have a minimum overall IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5 with 6.0 in each component

Deadlines: for 2022

  • Thursday 19 May – If you applied by 26 January and you are still waiting, universities will decide whether they are making an offer by today (otherwise UCAS will reject the application on their behalf). You will then be given a deadline by UCAS to make your decision.
  • Thursday 9 June – If you receive all your uni/college decisions by 19 May, you must reply to any offers by today (except if you are using Extra to find a place), otherwise they’ll be declined.

  • Thursday 30 June – This is the last day you can apply to university for 2022 entry before Clearing begins. If you send your first application (not UCAS Extra) to UCAS by 18:00, they’ll send it to your chosen university.

  • Monday 4 July – Last date to apply in UCAS Extra.
  • Tuesday 5 July – Clearing opens for applications if you already have your results.
  • Thursday 14 July – If you applied by 30 June and you’re still awaiting a decision from any of your choices, universities have until 14 July to decide whether they’re making you an offer (including Extra choices).
  • Thursday 18 August – A-level results day. Fingers crossed you got the grades you’re hoping for. If not, don’t panic – there are options including Clearing. We will confirm our decision by email.
  • Once your place is confirmed and you have completed all admissions requirements you’ll receive your username so you can register online.

FREE VISA SERVICE

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Expenses (GBP)

Tuition (per year)

14500

GBP

Application Fee

0

GBP

Program expenses

Tuition fee deposit for students from the EU/EEA: 1000 /once
Tuition fee deposit for students who are nationals of other UKVI low-risk countries: 4000 /once
Tuition fee deposit for all other students: 5500 /once

University & General Expenses

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80

TOEFL iBT
90.00
PTE
58.00
Duolingo
120.00
IELTS
6.50

accommodation

The UWE helps the international and UK students to find the best accommodation in the UK, and the students can choose the best option according to the price, distance, space, and other significant factors among the on-campus or off-campus accommodation in Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, or Newport, moreover, the students can use the university-managed accommodation (application opens on 10 June 2022, can create an account on the accommodation portal from 21 March 2022) or the private accommodation (if there is not enough place on the university-managed accommodation, can use shared rooms with your friends and classmates) during their educational period at this university, overall, the accommodation options are student village (£6,776.01 – £6,939.81), Wallscourt Park (£5,916.83 – £8,373.83), Glenside (£4,911.19 – £5,349.71), The Hollies (£5,296.82 – £7,894.69), Marketgate (£7,127.88 – £8,446.00), and so on.

After Graduation

Most the international students desire to work while studying in the UK to pay for their study and living expenses in this country and gain more business and living skills and experience, however, the international students must refer to their visas to find out whether they are allowed to work in the UK or not, overall, the students who hold a tire four visa can have a part-time job while studying in the UK for up to 10 or 20 hours per week, on the other hand, if the students’ visas say (no work or work prohibited), they cannot look for a job in this country and must simply focus on their studies, moreover, their careers must not be self-employed, sports coach, entertainer, full-time job, dentist, or doctors.

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MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Public Health

Health Care, Social Services

Postgraduate Certificate / Master's Degree

University of the West of England - UWE Bristol

United Kingdom

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Tuition
Deadline

14500

Deadline

Application Fee

Deadline

0

Deadline
Minimum Level of Education
Min GPA (max=100)

80