UCL Population Health Sciences


Postgraduate Open Days Available to Watch On-Demand

24 March 2023

Catch up on our institutes' 2023 Postgraduate Open Days and discover our innovative masters degrees taught by world leading experts.

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Watch the 2023 Postgraduate Open Days

The Faculty of Population Health Sciences is a global leader in public health research working across disciplines to unravel the complex urgent health challenges facing everyone today.  

Our institutes have hosted over forty virtual postgraduate open days over the course of four months to provide an opportunity for prospective students to learn about our programmes, meet our programme leads and ask their questions. 

Open days available to watch on-demand

MSc Cardiovascular Science | Information Session

MSc Women's Health | Information Session

MSc Humanitarian Policy and Practice | Information Session

MSc Statistics for Clinical Trials | Information Session

MSc Clinical Trials | Information Session

MPH Master of Public Health | Information Session

MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology | Information Session

MSc Reproductive Genetics and Fetal Medicine | Information Session

MSc Health Informatics | Information Session

MRes/MPhil AI-Enabled Health Care | Information Session

MSc Infancy and Early Childhood Development | Information Session

MSc Health Psychology | Information Session

MSc Health Economics and Decision Science | Information Session

MSc Population Health | Information Session

MSc/MRes Reproductive Science and Women's Health | Information session

MSc Clinical or Applied Paediatric Neuropsychology | Information session

MSc Dental Public Health | Information Session

MSc Global Health and Development | Information Session

MSc Health Data Science | Information Session

MSc Social Epidemiology | Information Session

MSc Personalised Medicine and Novel Therapies and MSc Cell and Gene Therapy | Information Session

If you are interested in postgraduate study in the Faculty of Population Health Sciences, find out more.