Fully funded Masters in Public Health for Eye Care at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Me
The Masters in Public Health for Eye Care at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a well-established course that aims to train leaders in prevention of blindness and to strengthen research and academic capacity for eye care programs and training facilities, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. The course provides eye health professionals with the public health knowledge and skills required to reduce blindness and visual disability in their population.
The applicant must:
come from low or middle income Commonwealth countries that are less represented in the alumni body of the MSc Public health for eye care
work in regions where there are severe constraints in human resources for eye health
work in regions where there are no / limited training opportunities in PHEC / community eye health
demonstrate previous involvement / commitment to community eye health activities or VISION2020 programs
present a clear career plan in public health for eye care, which they will realistically
be able to follow on completion of the MSc
have experience in public health for eye care based research and/or training in eye care
fulfill the UK Border Agency English Language Requirement by passing the LSHTM English language requirement by 11 May, 2018.
Several scholarships are awarded each year. Each scholarship covers the following:
all course fees
two return flights
dissertation project fund
accommodation with food at the International Students House in Central London.