Full course description
The Division of Population Health, Health Services Research and Primary Care in the School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at The University of Manchester runs our four-week summer school in Epidemiology for students from our partner universities during July and August.
The purpose of this summer course is to provide self-motivated international students who are interested in epidemiology and public health with an in-depth introduction to the subject, in a world-class learning environment that is enriched with British culture. The University of Manchester has a high international standing and has been the home of 25 Nobel Prize winners.
During the 4-week summer school, students will be taught in small groups by experts in the fields of evidence synthesis, biostatistics, health economics and health inequalities, and will be supported to work together on group tasks to develop their epidemiology skills.
This online course will provide you with further information about the summer school and allow you to sign up to receive updates and information about the summer school over the coming months. In addition to this, we have provided some short open access material that will give you an example of some of the things you will learn if you attend the Epidemiology International Summer School.