Teaching and Courses
Our high quality range of teaching programmes are led by senior academics and researchers, who are immersed in cutting edge areas of research and passionate about passing on their knowledge and experience to the future leaders of public health research.
UCL Health and Society Summer School: Social Determinants of Health - 29th June to 3rd July 2015
The one week non-residential UCL Health and Society summer school: Social Determinants of Health will be held from 29th June to 3rd July 2015 at UCL in central London. The summer school is organised by the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. It provides an in-depth assessment of the social determinants of health from a global research, policy and governance perspective. Participants will have numerous opportunities for discussion over the one week course. Full details can be on the UCL Health and Society Summer School website.
Longitudinal data analysis June 22nd - June 23rd 2015
For more information and for registering please check this link.
- Introductory Statistics: Study Design, Analysis and Interpretation for Epidemiology, Public Health and Social Sciences (Term 1)
- Statistical Analysis Methods for Epidemiology and Social Sciences (Terms 2 and 3)
- Multilevel modelling for health research with MLwiN
- To book a place on these courses you will need to register on the Skills Development Programme Website and log-on. You can register here.
- Graduate Study at UCL (includes information on funding opportunities)
Did you know?
- UCL has more professors than any other UK university, meaning our students get taught by the most highly qualified experts in their field (Higher Education Statistics Agency 2011).
- UCL graduates are sought after by top employers in the world. UCL was ranked 4th in the UK in The Guardian University Guide (2013) for employment prospects.
- The Thomson Scientific Citation Index shows that UCL is the second most highly cited European university and 14th in the world. It is also the UK University most cited by health researchers