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Jun 28 2014

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New MSc in Global Health with Surgery starting at King’s College London this September

Welcome to King's College London online prospectusPioneering MSc in global health bringing together students from a range of disciplines to understand and address major health challenges. It equips those working in the health sector with the knowledge and skills to critically reflect on health and health care in low and middle income settings and apply this knowledge with supported practical experience within our international capacity building partnerships.

The programme is led from the King’s Centre for Global Health, with extensive experience in global health teaching, and linked to the Centre’s health systems strengthening programmes in Somaliland, Sierra Leone and Zambia, creating exciting opportunities for field research.  It draws on a uniquely wide range of global health expertise and combines the development of a strong interdisciplinary foundation in global health with the opportunity to develop specialist expertise in a specific subject area.

Unique career potential due to specialist concentrations, focus on programme management and research skills and the involvement of NGOs and other employers in delivering the programme.  Specifically designed to focus on specialist training, to network with relevant NGOs at an early stage and to meet the needs of people working in international agencies, humanitarian organisations, and NGOs.

For more information, contact:

King’s Admissions Office, King’s College London, Capital House, Guy’s Campus, London SE1 3QD

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