School of Public Health


This programme provides a comprehensive introduction to public health for students intending to practice in public health or related fields. It offers a cutting edge knowledge and skills base for both non-medical and medically qualified students.

Key information

Course code: A3BH

Duration: 1 year (full time)

Start date: October

Organised by: School of Public Health

Mode of study: Full Time

Location: St Mary's, Charing Cross, South Kensington 

Course organiser: Dr Filippos Filippidis (

Course director: Professor Azeem Majeed (

Fees 2015-16: £9,500 (home and EU) £29,100 (overseas)

How to apply:


Is this course for you?

It is particularly suited to students who wish to pursue a career in public health research or public health management based on quantitative analytical skills.

The course has two streams, the General MPH and the Global Health stream, as well as optional modules, allowing students to tailor their studies to their interests.

Key benefits

Master of Public Health graduates are able to:

Applicants should use the first sentence of their statement to indicate their stream preference.

Why Imperial?

Imperial College is one of the world’s leading research universities. Students will have the opportunity to learn public health skills from eminent academics, a large PhD cohort and an active academic seminar programme.

Teachers are drawn from research groups leading international level research on infectious diseases, chronic diseases like cancer, cardiovascular and diabetes and genetic, environmental and spatial epidemiology and statistics. The course tutors also include colleagues active in health services research with access to large databases, management colleagues at Imperial College Business School and  public health specialists.

**Come and meet the team at our PG Open Day PDF Acrobat Document on the 10th December 2014. Visit our stand and come and hear the panel discussion. Contact the course enquiries - for more information.**

Further Course Information

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