Along with the globalization of the economy, industry, and mass migrations in the 21st century, problems relating to the natural and social environment have also become globalized. In particular, infectious diseases, mental health issues and lifestyle related illnesses are influenced by changes in our environment. In order to tackle such issues, a new concept of "Global Health" is crucial for transcending cultural and regional boundaries. Tropical Medicine and Global Health research aims to go beyond the existing academic boundaries, using a new comprehensive approach to solve world health problems and train new professionals in "Global Health" who can be called upon internationally for this purpose.
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Additional applications for the DrPH program for admission in October 2023 are being accepted.
The Application Guidance for the Department of Global Health (PhD) for 2023 admissions is now available.
A video interview with Prof Hamano is available on the website of GHIT (Global Health Innovative Technology Fund)
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Master’s Programme Application Guide 2023 Additional Admissions is now available.
Application opens for the NU-LSHTM Joint PhD Programme for Global Health for 2023 admissions
MTM welcomes students who desire to understand the foundations of global health and tropical infections. They will be introduced to the newest technologies used for tropical disease treatment and learn about new challenges in clinical practice, information collection, the point of view from clinical epidemiology and develop the ability to problem solve independently.
Students will learn about the basic aspects of healthcare in various regions of developing countries and the current situations of the people living there. They will have a comprehensive understanding regarding the background of public health, humanities and sociology and be engaged in analysis on current situations and policy planning.
The MSc course will help students to understand the basic background of global health. They will have a firm grasp on the foundations of applied medical science, medical animal ecology, epidemiology, population health studies, health and disease information science in fields such as medical social engineering, and innovative new technology linking lab/desk work to the field/clinical aspects of their studies. This course will help students to promote and apply cooperation in these fields and more.
International collaborative research etc., will take global health to greater heights by training students to be practical and social leaders with theoretical and practical research skills and creative ability.
International collaborative research etc., will train students on a high level to become practical and social leaders with the ability to promote the partnership between TMGH and LSHTM, and in addition, increased cooperation between Japan and the UK.