Prof Alastair Ager: ‘Global Health in a post-COVID world: key challenges’
Considering a career in Global Health? Hear from a world expert, Professor Alastair Ager, Director of Queen Margaret University Edinburgh’s Institute of Global Health and Development (IGHD) in this online seminar:
“Global Health in a post-COVID world: key challenges”
1 November 2021, at 5pm ET
This online talk will be followed by a Q&A led by IGHD’s Programme Leader Dr. Carola Eyber who will introduce the IGHD and its work as a leading institution in the field of Global Health for 25 years, the opportunities for postgraduate study in Global Health in Scotland and life at QMU as well as answer any questions.
The IGHD is a multidisciplinary institute, offering student-centred, postgraduate education and research opportunities, focused on global health challenges in low and middle income countries.
Our MSc Global Health provides postgraduate students with a qualification that will enable you to work at a senior level in health policy and practice in the UK or abroad, particularly in low and middle income settings and our flexible and highly respected range of global health courses could be the perfect stepping stone for your career.
The Institute prides itself on an outstanding reputation for quality courses, the diverse cultural, academic and professional backgrounds of our faculty and cohort, our student-centred teaching and our encouragement of critical thinking, practice engagement and social justice.
Studying at QMU means you are never just a number. Our small campus University, minutes from Edinburgh city centre, offers a supportive and welcoming learning environment with an emphasis on active, applied learning.
We look forward to welcoming you to our seminar.