Institute for Global Health


Masters in Global Health and Development: tropEd 

tropEd is an international network of member institutions for higher education in international/global health from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and Latin America.  It focuses on improving the management of health services for disadvantaged populations. The innovative approach is based on mobility of people, the exchange of experiences in different disciplines and the establishment of a common standard in education and training.

The UCL tropEd MSc shares the structure of the UCL MSc Global Health and Development programme, with both degrees consisting of  core and optional modules and a dissertation. The tropEd degree differs from the Global Health and Development pathway in that optional modules taken by tropEd students may be selected from those offered by tropEd network affiliated institutions around the world.

For more information about available optional modules and tropEd Network institutions, please visit the tropEd website

For full details about the MSc Global Health and Development please see the relevant course page

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