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The international Master´s Programme in Public Health at Lund University prepares students for a professional career in Public Health in academia, government, or civil society. The programme is based at the CRC in Malmö, a leading health research centre. Course leaders, guest lecturers and fellow students have substantial experience in a wide range of disciplines and geographical contexts.
The programme s global and cross-disciplinary focus provides students with research-based knowledge and skills for both policy-making and hands-on field work. The thesis during the 4th semester allows students to apply the theories and methods learned to an area of their choice.
COURSES Three areas are covered in 4 semesters. Health and Society: Global Public Health, Health Economics and Health Systems, Health Policy. Theory of Science and Methodology: Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Qualitative Research Methods, and thesis preparation. Professional Development: Planning and Leadership, Health Promotion and Communication, Internship or elective courses, Thesis. Examples of electives: Internship, Occupational and Environmental Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights.
CAREER PROSPECTS Alumni are currently employed at a variety of top governing institutions such as national ministries of health, UNICEF, WHO, and various NGOs. The programme also provides preparation for PhD studies and an academic career.
More information can be found at http://www.mph.med.lu.se/english/public_health
Angela Estampador from the USA
“There are many excellent international research projects with public health relevance based in Lund and Malmö, including at the Lund University Diabetes Center - which is a leading research center worldwide in diabetes. Since many of these projects are taking place just right here, and within reach, you have a lot of opportunities for your internship and Master’s thesis.”
Teeghan Durity-Wingson, 25, from Canada
"Studying Public Health at Lund University means that I am in an international environment with peers from 20 different nationalities in a fairly small class of about 45 students. As a result, class discussions are current and dynamic. We often work in teams as we would in a real world setting. This programme will undoubtedly lay a strong foundation for my future career in public health – I would not have had this international opportunity if I did not attend the MPH-programme at Lund University”