How my MSc Public Health degree leads me to a job in my home country

This is a guest blog by Youssef Karaki, a MSc Public Health graduate. I have completed a master’s degree in Public Health with merit from Bournemouth University, England. The programme allowed me to develop critical thinking techniques in health research. It has also taught me how to focus on public health issues holistically from environmental health,… Read more »

Proudly Nigerian

When I first came to Bournemouth University, I was surprised to know that other Nigerians also attend Bournemouth University as I felt that I was going to be the only Nigerian in my class. This has also been one of the many pleasant surprises of my classmates (who are also Nigerians of course!!) as most… Read more »

Why I chose BU for my Master’s degree

There are many reasons to choose BU for postgraduate study.  Here are the top three reasons why I, personally, chose BU for my Master’s. The place BU was an obvious choice for me as it is the closest university to my home town of Poole.  That said, I would’ve been quite happy to relocate to… Read more »

Why I love MSc Public Health

Lauren tells us what she loves about MSc Public Health… When I rocked up for my first day at BU back in September, I had no idea what to expect.  I knew I was ready to get back into studying, but wasn’t sure how being back in a learning environment would make me feel, what… Read more »

The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship

Isaac Baffoe-Nyarko, an MSc Public Health student from Ghana tells us his scholarship story… I still remember my reaction when I opened my mail and read “Congratulations! I am delighted to confirm that you have been awarded The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship. It was Wednesday 30 April 2014 and a very important day in my life…. Read more »