Master in Public Health (International) - University of Santo Tomas
Postgraduate Certificate - University of Leeds
The Master of Public Health International is a collaborative program between the University of Santo Tomas and University of Leeds. The program’s primary objective is to establish knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of public health with emphasis on international issues, settings and practice, and with focus on the low-middle income Asian regions. The program is a single award to be given by the University of Santo Tomas with a Postgraduate Certificate from the University of Leeds. In the initial year of implementation (September 2018), students will have study abroad at the University of Leeds Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development for three months. In the succeeding years, instructors will fly-in or a distance education scheme will be applied from the University of Leeds’ Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development.