The Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) programme is centred on the health issues associated with poverty in low- and middle-income nations. The curriculum seeks to give students a firm grounding in international public health principles and to arm them with the skills needed to operate and launch sustainable programmes for disease control, health promotion, and the growth of health services across a variety of populations and nations.
- Four-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualification) in a Public Health relevant discipline
- At least one year of relevant work experience, including Public Health experience in low- and middle-income settings.
Charité – University of Medicine Berlin
The discipline of International Health focusses on health issues in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). It aims for equity in health, healthy life styles and settings, reduction of health risk and universal health coverage. There are currently 13 advanced modules available in the programme master’s students can choose from according to their interests and abilities.
- Graduates with at least two years of professional experience from eligible developing countries/territories may apply.
- Depending on academic level, monthly payments of 750 euros for graduates or 1,000 euros for doctoral candidates
- Payments towards health, accident and personal liability insurance cover
- Travel allowance, unless these expenses are covered by the home country or another source of funding