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February 20, 2020 Thursday 01:19:41 PM IST

Exeter launches Master in Public Health

Education Information

A new Master in Public Health programme is launching at the University of Exeter, to nurture future global leaders with skills around complexity, leadership, and decision-making. The course combines the expertise of Exeter’s world-renowned public health experts with specialists in leadership and management at the University of Exeter Business School.

The university claims that the programme combines the most relevant elements of local expertise and global networks in environment and health, global health, complexity in healthcare, systems approaches to leadership and partnership working, and collaborative decision-making. Teaching will be undertaken by world-leaders in their field equipping students with the research skills and knowledge to innovate.

To find out more or register interest, visit the University of Exeter website.

(Content Courtesy: https://www.exeter.ac.uk/news/university/title_778973_en.html)


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