M.H.S. Public and Global Health
The effects of global phenomena are transforming the way we work for health at both national and international levels. Our Public and Global Health programme at Tampere University offers a unique opportunity to study the intertwined disciplines of public and global health.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||1st of August 2021|
|Tuition Fee:||€ 10,000/year|
|Location:||Kauppi Campus, Tampere, Finland|
The student is equipped with the necessary expertise, tools and skills to work in the complex setting of contemporary and emerging health challenges. The Public and Global Health programme at Tampere University integrates the themes of public and global health in the course curriculum, which consists of interdisciplinary studies in health sciences, social sciences, and technology.
The core disciplines of public health, such as epidemiology, health promotion, health systems, and health economics are studied, and a wide range of elective courses are offered. Students grow their expertise in global dynamics studying topics such as inequalities, climate change, migration, ageing and conflicts, to mention but a few.
- Our programme offers a unique opportunity to study the intertwined disciplines of public and global health.
- Students will be equipped with the necessary expertise, skills and tools to work in the complex setting of contemporary and emerging health challenges.
- All courses are firmly grounded in international research and have a strong focus on transferring this knowledge into practice.
“I really like my classmates. Many of them come from different countries and parts of the world and it has been nice getting to know them. I would recommend this programme to anyone who wants to study with an internationally-minded staff and wants to gain a new perspective.“
Chantelle // USA // Master’s degree programme in Public and Global Health
Equipped with knowledge and skills, our graduates go to work in diverse fields such as governmental agencies, NGO’s, academia and private industry to name just a few. Many of our alumni have been appointed to positions of responsibility in their countries and are having an impact on national and global public health issues.