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One-year part-time MPH Programme in English will be launched from September 2015 at MU-Varna

Are you interested in acquiring your Master degree in Public Health abroad?

Do you want to obtain profound knowledge and skills in Public Health, Health Policy, Health Economics and Management, Health Promotion, Sociology of Health, Information Systems, Environment and Health and in other related areas?

If you already earned one of the following degrees in any of the listed areas:

Master in Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy, Law, Sociology, Psychology, Pedagogy, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Engineering and others


Bachelor in Social Science, Nursing, Healthcare Management, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Pedagogy and Ecology.

Then we cordially invite you to join our one-year part-time Master degree program in Public health (MPH), for international students in English language! It is a demanding, intensive, interdisciplinary programme, directed at active student involvement, team work and problem-solving.

The teaching in the programme will be organized in 2 contact modules, the first from which starts from September 2015. Students will be also actively involved in an e-based distance learning format of instruction following each module through the University Blackboard learn+ system.

The MPH programme as well as the University have national accreditation. The MPH programme has passed through a PEER REVIEW from the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER).

Are you considering submitting an application for September 2015 intake? You could learn more about the programme, the application and admission from here!

Summary details:

Type of Programme: part-time, taught in English language

Duration of the Programme: 1 year

Number of ECTS credits: 75

Detailed information:

Tuition fee: 1700 euro. It could be paid in two equal installments (per 850 euro) in the beginning of each semester.

Application deadline: 15 August 2015

Contacts: - Assoc. Prof. Klara Georgieva Dokova, MD, PhD and