MSc Global Health Management

Contemporary in its structure and with a delivery method that you’ll find highly flexible, the course has been developed in close collaboration with leading public health employers and industry advisory groups.

Course details

Arden’s MSc Global Health Management will equip you with the technical, managerial and leadership skills needed to work in health management from a global perspective. 

  • Mode of study: online
  • Intake: Intakes: September, January, April
  • Course length: 1 year
  • Course fee: 9500 per year

Arden University London

Course overview

This global health management master’s course also prepares you for the digital and data driven world of modern global health management. You’ll also explore and become proficient in a wide range of digital technologies such as SPSS, NVIVO, Stata, Gorilla, and more. This gives you the opportunity to learn about virtual simulations and technologies used to predict, model, and plan for future infectious and non-infectious disease outbreaks on a global scale, as well as how to respond to real life challenges that may arise in your future career as a global healthcare manager or leader. 


Entry requirements

To be eligible for the MSc Global Health Management, we need to see that you have:

  • A UK bachelor’s degree or equivalent at 2:2 level
  • Individuals who have HND/HNC/Dip HE, with three to four years strong professional work experience with evidence of managerial/supervisory responsibilities are also encouraged to apply


You’ll graduate with the skills needed to work with a huge diversity of individuals in a range of roles including:

  • Policy Analyst
  • Programme Manager
  • Global Health Consultant
  • Epidemiologist
  • Global Health Educator
  • Global Health Worker
  • Work with national leaders
  • Work with non-governmental organisations and well known national and international charities


You will study seven core modules and choose one optional ‘elective’ module from a possible four options. This gives you the opportunity to adapt your course syllabus to match your career interests and support your future employability prospects. 

  • Health Policy (20 credits)
  • Epidemiology (20 credits)
  • Leading Health Projects (20 credits)
  • Designing Global Health Research (20 credits)
  • Health Services Management (20 credits)
  • Risk Communication and Management (20 credits)
  • Industry-based Project (40 credits)
  • Global Burden of Disease (20 credits)
  • Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Health Management(20 credits)
  • Risk Planning in Preventive Health (20 credits)
  • Evidence-based Infectious Disease Modelling (20 credits)