Master of Public Health (MPH)

Dunoi Afam
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Our online Master of Public Health (MPH) degrees are profiled in a Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)/ITN Productions programme released in October 2016 that celebrates innovation in the field of public health. The programme highlights the way our online MPH can equip healthcare professionals around the world with the skills to make a difference in their local communities.

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Increase your professional impact, make a difference in your community

The University of Liverpool’s APHEA-accredited online Master of Public Health (MPH) is designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and insights to help shape the future of public health and make a difference in your local community.

The programme’s integrated research approach enables you to build up a toolkit of practical skills and understanding. You can expect to gain an international perspective while developing a thorough knowledge in all the main disciplines of public health. By the time you graduate, you should be ready to step up a level in your career in public health.

Why choose the University of Liverpool online Master of Public Health?

  • Learn to develop strategies that address public health issues in your community
  • Sharpen your international perspective, sharing best practice and collaborating with health professionals around the world
  • Gain practical, professional skills that you can use immediately in your own work
  • Integrate your learning into your work with a professional development log
  • Further your research and interests in a specific area with your chosen specialisation and dissertation topic

Master of Public Health highlights

  • Gain an APHEA-accredited masters degree in public health
  • Study 100% online without interrupting your career
  • Increase your ability to positively impact the health of your community and country
  • Tap into world leading research in public health and health inequalities
  • Receive personal guidance, valuable content and feedback to help you plan, research and complete your dissertation

A reputation for excellence

The University of Liverpool is a world-class institution, ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide. It is a member of the UK’s prestigious Russell Group of 24 research-led universities, which includes the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.

The online Master of Public Health, including the International Public Health and Management of Health Systems specialisations, is accredited by APHEA, the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation.

The University boasts one of the largest concentrations of health and life science expertise in the UK. Our online Master of Public Health (MPH) is offered by the Department of Public Health and Policy, recognised as a leading centre of research into health inequalities. It is part of the School of Medicine, which itself is highly respected internationally for its multi-disciplinary focus and links to the World Health Organisation.

The University of Liverpool is ranked fifth in the UK’s first global health research league table – the highest ranked institution outside Oxford and London. It also ranks third in the UK for impact judged outstanding in Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care field, as per the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).

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The University of Liverpool ranks 3rd in the UK for impact judged outstanding in Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care field, as per the UK’s research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).