The program is directed towards those interested in philosophical, epidemiological, social, behavioural and environmental aspects of health. The program is appropriate for individuals working in all levels of social and health care and social insurance administration. The program also encourages students to pursue continuous education throughout their lives.
We have trained a large number of professionals of various administrative and research positions from all over the world. Many of our alumni are currently working in highly demanding jobs in ministries of health, universities and other important institutions in their home countries.
The program covers 120 ECTS credits in 2 years. The academic year starts in September and ends in June. Courses are designed for full-time study.
General deadline, applies to everyone.)
Dates reflect the university's timezone.
The programme has no tuition fees. But students must be able to cover all their own living costs in Finland (minimum of 560 euros per month for a single student).Not specified
Applicants should check the language skill requirements from the document of Admission requirements. It is up to the applicants to take the test in time. It should be noted that it may take several weeks before the test results are available. All language test results must arrive at University Admissions Finland by the application deadline.
International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to universities in Finland when:
No work experience is required.
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