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MSc in Sexually Transmitted Infections & HIV

MSc in Sexually Transmitted Infections & HIV

Studying STIs opens up exciting and challenging career possibilities. STIs and HIV not only contribute a huge component of the global burden of disease, they have also driven some of the most cutting edge scientific developments of the past decade. These include areas as diverse as immunology, virology, vaccines for cancer, treatment as prevention, treatment of chronic diseases, structural drivers of disease, the role of community mobilization and disease control, to the science of aging.

This Masters provides Healthcare Professionals, Researchers, and those engaged in the public health aspects of STIs and HIV an opportunity to develop or refocus their careers, through advanced knowledge and skills training in all aspects of STI management and control.

Under the mentorship of the course organizer students tailor the course to their own learning objectives. Modules cover all aspects of STIs including Epidemiology and Public Health; Research Methods (qualitative and statistical); Health economics; Healthcare evaluation; Health Policy; issues in Global Health and Development; Basic science and laboratory diagnosis; Clinical management of individuals with STIs and HIV; and the interface between STIs and related specialties.

A choice of learning pathways
UCL Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV programme is modular and can be studied either full time or part time, leading to a post graduate diploma (PGD) or Masters of Science (MSc). Full time study will be completed in one year. Part time it can be completed over two years. For those with work commitments it can be completed flexibly over 3-5 years


Further information

Institution: UCL - London's Global University

Begining: September 2014

Full time fees:     £8500
Part time fees:    £4250

Lydia Clinton, MSc Course Administrator

Tel. 00 44 (0) 20 3108 2084
Fax 00 44 (0) 20 3108 2079

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