Are you looking to make a difference in the world?
Study global health at Royal Holloway and you will explore how environmental, biological, social, political and economic factors impact human and environmental health, affecting us all.
You will be taught by staff who are acknowledged experts in their fields with strong links to international research networks, human and plant health collaborations across the world. They are as passionate about teaching as they are about making a difference to the world at large through innovative research, consultancy and collaborative projects.
The following postgraduate taught masters degrees are currently under development for 2022 entry:
- MSc Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity (in partnership with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew)
- MSc Global Health: Human Health and the Environment
- MA Global Health: Society, Culture and Behaviour
These exciting new masters courses connect knowledge to global health-related challenges and solutions. The solutions will be based around creative and flexible thinking and interdisciplinary education will include experiential learning and placement-based trial and error experiences, alone and in teams, including interdisciplinary settings. You will benefit from individual attention, stimulating teaching to inspire and challenge you, and the flexibility to explore your own interests.
If you have any queries regarding our postgraduate taught masters degrees, please contact Dr Mark Lee (MSc Food Security, Sustainability and Biodiversity) or Dr Jenni Cole (MSc and MA Global Health). For general enquiries, please contact LSE-School@royalholloway.ac.uk.
We are developing a range of undergraduate degrees for September 2023 entry – more details coming soon.