Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) For students wishing to pursue postgraduate studies in international development and public health, but not seeking to complete a full Masters programme, we have two other qualifications available:
Postgraduate Certificate requires a total of 60 Credits*
Postgraduate Diploma requires a total of 120 Credits*
*Subject to programme regulations
Students studying for these complete modules from those outlined above, and will study alongside students undertaking the full degree programme.
The MPH (Masters in Public Health) International Development provides high quality, in-depth teaching dedicated to preparing students for careers in development research and practice in the public and private sectors as well as for further academic study. Central to this agenda is a commitment to ensuring our students engage with development theory alongside development practice with a specific focus on public health related issues and challenges.
Our emphasis on applied knowledge and skills is developed through professional skills, field-class and placement work which ensures our students develop the practical and theoretical skills needed to work within development organisations across the world.
Our programme is suited to any level of graduate experience, from a new graduate to a development professional; we explore the changing theory, policy and practice of international development and equip our students with the expertise to pursue academic, policy and development practitioner careers. We accept intercalating medical students.
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID), United Kingdom