Tuition Fees Uzb
54,439,200 UZS
per course
Tuition Fees International
75,870,000 UZS
per course
1 year - full time
2 years - part time

Course description

The MSc in Public Health Science course is especially designed to help you develop skills so that you can contribute to the improvement of global health and well-being of populations and to solve health-related problems nationally and globally. If you are a health professional, the MSc Public Health Science course will provide you with intensive training in public health, health economics and finance, epidemiology, international ethics, research methods, statistics, behavioural and social sciences. The course will enable you to conduct research in the fields of public health, medicine as well as life and social sciences. It is offered on a one-year full-time or two-year part-time basis.

How you will study

Your study activities will consist of:

  • Scheduled contact/activity time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, supervisions and other similar activities);
  • Structured independent study, such as preparing for scheduled learning; and
  • A dissertation (12,000 words).

The course is a mix of timetabled activity and students’ independent learning and research study. “Scheduled Contact/Activity Time” (i.e. “Contact Hours”) involves interaction with, or supervision by teaching and associated staff and the activities provided for students. This may be performed face-to-face or mediated through other channels such as the Intranet. Alongside the scheduled activities, students’ independent study is very important. It is likely to include background reading and research, preparation for seminars or tutorials, follow-up work, wider practice, completion of assignments, revision and others.

All classes both for full-time (one year) and part-time (two years) students are conducted in the evenings, starting at 18:30. Full time students attend classes five days a week, while part students have classes two or three days a week.

Course structure

The course consists of nine core modules and its structure is validated by the University of Westminster (UK) every three years. This may change, if necessary, in order to adapt to feedback received from a variety of sources.


  • Introduction to Public Health
  • Foundations of Epidemiology
  • Health Promotion and Behaviour Change Communication
  • Research Methods in Public Health
  • Statistics in Public Health
  • Public Health and Nutrition
  • Health Economics and Systems
  • Financing and Managing Healthcare
  • Dissertation in Public Health Science


Knowledge and practice

Gain international knowledge and evidence-based practice so that you can raise and improve public health nationally, regionally, and globally.
Learning Community

You will become a part of a learning community of students coming from a variety of backgrounds and you will discover new things about yourself, experience a “rainbow” of emotions and get professional satisfaction.
Research excellence

You will be prepared as a researcher to think critically in order to advance global health research, propose interventions and policies, based on scientific knowledge and evidence-based practice.


Applicants should normally hold an Undergraduate degree (or equivalent) from a recognised higher education institution with a minimum of a second lower class honours (2:2 or equivalent). Applicants without a formal higher education qualification or a formal qualification that is not at an equivalent academic standard, may be considered if the following conditions apply:

  • They are or have been in employment where their role is in the area of the course and involves a high level of analysis and critical thinking.

Applicants must have:

  • Had their first or second degree (or equivalent) taught and assessed in English; or

  • IELTS with an overall score of at least 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in writing or another English Language Test recognised by the University of Westminster.

We accept the TOEFL (IBT (In person test) for entry to our programmes. We also accept TOEFL ‘My Best Scores’ where it relates to TOEFL iBT test results.

Please note that the TOEFL Home Edition (Online test) is not accepted for entry to WIUT degree programmes.

  • TOEFL should be 88 overall with a minimum of 21 in Writing


Graduates of the MSc Public Health Science course will become effective public health professionals as practitioners, clinicians, faculty in academia, managers or leaders in the public health, health care and research sectors.

As health-related issues are growing around the world, there is a need for highly qualified professionals trained on international standards and evidence-based practices to make an impact and address these pressing issues.

Graduates of the course may pursue careers in management of public health and health care sector, policy analysis, monitoring, planning, evaluation and implementation of public health programmes. They may also engage with global health research through national and international government agencies, NGOs, the private sector and academic institutions.

The course is also designed to prepare professionals planning to pursue Ph.D. or D.Sc. degrees.


Kamila Narkulova
MSc Public Health Science
Associate Professor, Akfa University
Tashkent, Uzbekistan

I’m honoured to be in the first cohort of students taking their first steps in such an important field as public health. The COVID-19 pandemic had adverse effects on every healthcare system in the world and it has been endangering quality health services especially to the most vulnerable parts of world population. Therefore, enhancing the understanding of how health systems work, could reinforce the response by public health services towards health emergencies, thus achieving better quality of life for societies worldwide.
Bekzod Alimov
Shakhzoda Erkinova
MSc Public Health Science
Research Assistant,
Westminster International University in Tashkent
After taking two initial modules of the MSc Public Health course – Introduction to Public Health and Foundations of Epidemiology – I found them both informative and absorbing. Considering the current global situation, the MSc Public Health course is a highly relevant and demandable programme. The knowledge and skills I will acquire will prepare me well for undertaking international research grants and addressing public health problems.
Bekzod Alimov
Mohinabonu Akhmedova
MSc Public Health Science
National Chamber of Innovative Healthcare
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Having studied for several months, I can say with confidence that I have the most positive impressions of the MSc Public Health course. The first semester was especially productive. Having completed Public Health and Epidemiology modules allowed us to broaden our horizons and look at many issues from a different perspective. This programme has completely changed my understanding of public health science and has become the foundation for my subsequent purposes.


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