Why study Public Health and Health Promotion at Brunel?
Studying Public Health and Health Promotion at Brunel equips you with the skills, principles and knowledge to address the public health challenges faced in our society.
Your Public Health and Health Promotion MSc covers many aspects of ‘health’ in its broadest sense including health research, health promotion and public health, health care law and ethics, health and social policy, as well as health services research, so you’ll develop research and critical analysis skills, enabling you to become a key driver for societal change.
Our academic experts on your course have a range of disciplinary backgrounds and research expertise to take your learning to a higher level. They’ll give you a comprehensive learning experience where the boundaries and findings of your research are critically evaluated. In our immersive practical workshops, you’ll be exposed to multi-peer review by current and former students as well as your lecturers, giving you thought-provoking, multi-layered perspectives that you can build into your work.
You’ll be at the forefront of improving the health and wellbeing of individuals in our communities. There is a growing demand for qualified public health and health promotion professionals due to the challenges from lifestyle-related diseases and population growth.
You’ll gain strong connections within the sector before you even graduate. We have links with key local and international health promotion and public health providers, so you’ll benefit from dedicated one-to-one support from a careers consultant who’ll help you plan your career, create effective applications, hone your CV and prepare for interviews and assessments.
Achieve your potential on your public health and health promotion degree