The Institute of Health & Society has an international reputation in many areas of research and hosts a thriving postgraduate community with friendly and supportive relations between students and staff.
We deliver two taught postgraduate programmes which can be undertaken either full or part-time. For course content, entry requirements, fees, funding and visa information please see our degree descriptions:
You can find out more about the course from the students' perspective by watching these short interviews:
You can find out more about public health by watching the interview with Newcastle University's Chancellor, Sir Liam Donaldson
In addition we provide subject expert teaching on the postgraduate clinical research programme.
For course content, research areas, research skills training, entry requirements, fees, funding and visa information please see our degree descriptions:
Students who are considering a postgraduate research degree may find it helpful to find out more about the Institute's major research areas and the particular interests of members of staff. This will help you in selecting a potential supervisor.
Students work as members of active research groups and are provided with opportunities to attend conferences and postgraduate research seminars and other events. There are some opportunities for students to supplement their income by undertaking part-time research work and providing teaching support.
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