Public Health Outcomes Framework

In order to ensure that our programmes are current and relevant, they are subject to regular review. From time to time, to ensure the maintenance of academic standards and/or compliance with professional body requirements, it may be necessary to amend a module or make adjustments to programme content. This outlines UEL’s expectations of students in relation to attendance on and engagement with taught programmes.

For UK and EU students, if Parliament permit an increase in tuition fees, we may increase fees for each subsequent year of study in line with any such changes. We will act in accordance with the UK’s laws in force in relation to student tuition fees and finance from time to time. Organisations that generally employ people within roles include local authorities, NHS, national public health agencies, charities, not-for-profit organisations, and non-governmental organisations, etc. Through the teaching of the prevention pillar, and upon successful completion of this course, you will gain an understanding of the causes and consequences of diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.

Find out more about research in the Department of Health and Social Sciences and access our staff profiles. 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. All modules are supported by Blackboard , and other Technology Enhanced Learning facilities and social media platforms. All modules are assessed by a summative assessment, which can include coursework , examination or presentation, which are sometimes supplemented with formative assessments. 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.

You will be sent a student reference number by email in case you need to contact University of London about your application. Some of the CD-ROMs and software provided for use with Epidemiology modules may not be fully compatible with Apple Mac computers. Qualifications from around the world are accepted; for further guidance please see University of London’squalifications for entrance. Students who do not satisfy the entrance requirements may still be admitted at the discretion of LSHTM on the basis of their academic qualifications, work experience and references. The majority of modules listed below are also available to study asindividual modules. It is possible to register for the PG Certificate in the first instance then, on successful completion of the compulsory and further core modules, extend your registration to the PG Diploma or MSc.

If you do not meet these requirements but believe you can meet the standard, the University of London may also consider your application. A first or second class honours degree or the equivalent, in a subject appropriate to the course, from a university or other institution acceptable to the University of London. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in module-specific discussions on Moodle, and to make use of LSHTM’s online library resources.