We have a two funded PhD studentships available on a full-time basis to start in October 2017 and two part-funded scholarships in our MSc in Applied Health Research or a part-funded scholarship in our Master of Public Health programme. Follow the links for further details.
Rated equal first nationally for our research environment (REF 2014), our Graduate School provides a vibrant, multidisciplinary learning environment. We offer a broad spectrum of full and part-time educational programmes in public health, health sciences and health services research. We offer world class teaching and research opportunities to a vibrant community of graduate students from the UK and across the world.
Our programmes have been designed around the particular strengths and experience of the academics within the Graduate School and reflect the latest thinking in health and healthcare. Our multidisciplinary research teams work in many different health-related areas including: Cancer Epidemiology and Cardiovascular Health, Health Services and Policy, Mental Health and Addiction, Public Health and Society, Trials and Statistics and Nursing and Midwifery Research.
If you are a UK/EU alumni with an undergraduate degree from the University of York, you could be eligible for a postgraduate taught masters tuition fees discount.
We offer a range of programmes and potential study pathways - all relevant to the needs of those seeking a career in health services research.
- Master of Public Health
- MSc Applied Health Research
- MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs
- PhD/MPhil programme
- Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) with Professional Registration in Nursing (Adult Field)
- Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Health Research and Statistics
- Postgraduate modules
Our staff have a wide range of professional and disciplinary backgrounds providing world-class research expertise, translated into excellence in teaching.
We are currently offering funding for our PhDs and Masters courses. Visit our funding opportunities webpage.
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