Homeless and Inclusion Health is a dynamic module developed and delivered by the Faculty for Homeless and Inclusion Health (part of Pathway) and UCL's Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care. It offers an opportunity for those with an interest in excluded or hard-to-reach groups the chance to learn from world-class UCL researchers, experienced policy makers and service providers, and former/current members of these communities.
As well as forming part of MSc Population Health (as an optional module), Homeless and Inclusion Health is also available to external students, as both short and taster course options. The course will be run online for 2021.
- UCL Credits: 15
- Organisers: Serena Luchenski (Collaborative Centre for Inclusion Health), Joanna Dawes (Department of Epidemiology and Public Health) and Professor Andrew Hayward, IEHC Director.
|Course length||7 weeks|
|Course dates||29 April to 10 June 2021|
|Days and times|
Live online sessions will take place on Thursdays 1-3pm
What are the differences between short and taster courses?
- Participants who complete Homeless and Inclusion Health as a short course receive a certificate of attendance, but they are not assessed and therefore do not receive UCL credit.
- Participants who successfully complete Homeless and Inclusion Health as a taster course, and pass the assessment at the first attempt, receive a Grade Report and are eligible to receive UCL credit. Taster credits must be applied to a postgraduate programme within five academic years of taking the taster course. More information for Taster course students about UCL credits
- Both short and taster courses involve attending all of the teaching and seminars.
How to apply
- There are no entry requirements for Homeless and Inclusion Health, apart from being able to demonstrate evidence of a Good level of English proficiency, if your first language is not English, you are not from a majority English speaking country, and your education has not been conducted in the English language.
- Further information can be found on UCL's English language requirements page.
- Relevant work experience and an interest in the subject area would obviously be beneficial.
- Places are available on a first come, first served basis. Please visit the online store (link below) to book your place and pay your fees via credit or debit card.
- Please note the UCL Online Store closes on 10th March 2021. You must book your place and pay your fees before this date.
Short Course Fees
- General Rate: Home/EU £850, Overseas £1,200
- NHS Discount: Home/EU £750, Overseas £1,100
- Voluntary/charity sector workers, UCL staff, current students or alumni: Home/EU: £650, Overseas: £900
Taster Course Fees (includes assessment, credit bearing)
- General Rate: Home/EU £950, Overseas £1,300
- NHS Discount: Home/EU £850, Overseas £1,200
- Voluntary/charity sector workers, UCL staff, current students or alumni: Home/EU: £750, Overseas: £1,000
The Experts by Experience (EbE) Rate is a fully funded place, there are two EbE places available.
- Eligibility Requirements: Home/EU students only, previous experience of having been part of inclusion health communities.
- Application Requirements: All EbE applicants require a reference from an organisation that will support you to attend the course (click here to download the reference form). This can be an organisation where you are a volunteer/working with or an organisation where you have accessed inclusion health services in the past.
- How to Apply: You will need to complete the application form (click here to download application form). This will include 500 word max statement stating why you should be given the Experts by Experience Rate. You should think about why you want to study the course, and how you plan for it to further your career. The form will need to be sent to Eva Schaessens: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EbE Application Deadline: 19th March 2021, 4pm (GMT). Please direct any queries about the Expert by Experience Rate to Eva Schaessens: email@example.com.
Please note the Online Store closes on 10th March 2021. You must book your place and pay your fees before this date.
Overseas (non-EU) applicants requiring a student visitor visa should apply at least two months before the course commencement date to allow sufficient time to arrange and receive their UK visa. The UK Home Office Visas & Immigration website details further information.