University of Exeter

Our Master of Public Health (MPH) will help you to become a compassionate and inclusive leader ready to address the biggest health challenges faced in our local and global communities. This course combines the expertise of our world-renowned public health experts with specialists in leadership and management in our outstanding Business School.
• Designed to develop public health leaders of the future, with learning centred around complexity, leadership and decision-making
• Unifying the best and most relevant elements of our 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
• Designed so that students would have the knowledge needed to undertake Part A examinations of the Faculty of Public Health
• Developed against leading international standard for public health teaching and learning
Specialisms
Depending on the specific modules taken, students may receive one of the following named awards:

• Master of Public Health (Global Health)
• Master of Public Health (Pandemics)
These specialisms are only available at Masters level, and not for PGDip or PGCert.
Your eligibility for the particular award will be confirmed by the final Assessment Progression and Awarding Committee (APAC) on the basis of the modules that have been completed. In order to graduate with a particular named award in parentheses, you will need to select the appropriate specified option modules detailed below and notify the programme support team accordingly. Otherwise, the award name will be Master of Public Health.

Entry Requirements

Intercalated programmes are only available to selected students following a medical degree at the University of Exeter Medical School or another medical, veterinary or dental degree-granting institution and who are taking an intercalating year during their programme of study (see University Regulations Governing Honours Degrees, Regulation 1.2, Section 5).
Admission to the programme is by agreement between the University of Exeter Medical School or other institution, the Head of the relevant academic department and the University of Exeter.
• All applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis but normally students should be achieving at least a 2:1 and be ranked in the top 50% of their academic cohort.
• The final decision on admissions rests with the course convenor.
• Students may be interviewed in the course of the application process.
• All offers made will be conditional on the student passing the academic year in which they apply.

Closing Dates

5pm, 1st March