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University of Birmingham - College of Life and Environmental Sciences MSc in Mental Health (Youth/Interdisciplinary)
University of Birmingham - College of Life and Environmental Sciences

MSc in Mental Health (Youth/Interdisciplinary)

Birmingham, United Kingdom

1 Years

English

Full time, Part time

31 Aug 2024*

Sep 2024

GBP 10,530 **

On-Campus

* UK students| international students: 1 July 2024

** for UK full-time students | for international full-time students: £26,280 |for part-time UK students £5,265| for PGDip UK students: £7,020 FT | for PGDip international students: £17,520 FT | for PGCert international Students: £8,760 FT| for PGCert UK

Introduction

Our interdisciplinary Mental Health MSc focuses on Youth Mental Health, integrating the latest research and policy into teaching and practice.

Our MSc in Mental Health, with a strong focus on Youth Mental Health, is a unique qualification, bringing together several disciplines ranging from psychology, sociology, and social policy to medicine, philosophy, and education. We are welcoming applications for MSc, PGCert, and PGDip in Mental Health.

Why study this course?

This is the only interdisciplinary taught MSc in Mental Health in the UK, offering you a unique opportunity to study alongside other students drawn from a range of professional educational backgrounds.

This MSc offers the unique opportunity to learn and research alongside experts drawn from mental health practice (e.g. social policy), academic (e.g. neuroscience, sociology), and lived experience expertise such as our Youth Advisory Group.

Students enrolled on the MSc will benefit from a long and established history in world-leading interdisciplinary mental health research, with experts working directly with NHS partners to understand the causes of poor mental health and develop effective treatments and services.

MSc intercalation

Please note that this program can be taken as an intercalated option for those studying MBChB Medicine and Surgery either at the University of Birmingham or at another Institution.

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