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Public Health, MSc

University of Debrecen Medical School, Hungary
A Debrecen (Ungheria)

£ 12.000 - (13.888 )
IVA inc.

Informazione importanti

  • Master
  • Debrecen (Ungheria)
  • Durata:
    1 Year
  • Quando:

The aim of the MSc course in Public Health is to train specialists who are capable of monitoring public health problems, and planning, implementing and evaluating interventions to solve them.

Informazione importanti

Requisiti: A university degree (MD, MSc, BSc, MA or equivalent). Language of the training is English, therefore it is essential to speak and write English fluently.


Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
11 settembre 2017
Nagyerdei Krt 98, H-4032, Hungría, Ungheria
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Public Health
Health Care Management
Health Promotion
Health status of population
Health needs and demands
Egional and national health policy
Public health problems
Disease-preventing interventions
Analysing and evaluating


The objective of the MSc course in Public Health is to equip those who have completed their studies with knowledge and skills for

  • monitoring the health status of population;
  • analysing the factors influencing the health status of populations; exploring and prioritising health needs and demands;
  • drafting local, regional and national health policy aimed at solving public health problems;
  • planning and organising services to promote health, prevent and treat diseases based on the needs of the target population;
  • implementing and managing health-promoting and disease-preventing interventions, and finally
  • analysing and evaluating the effectiveness of those services and interventions.

Specialists who have completed their studies will have acquired thorough knowledge in epidemiology, health promotion, health care management, and health care policy.

Ulteriori informazioni

The course can be completed in 12 months full time. The course is starting at the beginnig of October each academic year. All subjects are taught in study units (1 to 4-week).