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How to Apply

There are several ways that you can apply for one of the IIHD courses. You can contact IIHD or you can apply using one of the following methods.

MSc Courses/PG Cert/Dip (UK):

 

 

 

  • Applications for these courses are made direct to Queen Margaret University using our Online Application System.
  • Select a course from our list of postgraduate courses
  • Click on the apply now [ ] button at the bottom of the course’s information page.
  • Follow the onscreen directions

Short Courses and Distance Learning

 

 

 

Applications for these courses are made as above. If you are applying for a short course or distance learning as a postgraduate student, please select the International Health course and choose your mode of attendance as "associate". Please state the name of the course you are applying for in your personal statement.

Professional Short Courses:

 

Download application form

 

 

HRH Professional Short Course:

 

Download brochure with application form for 2015

TropEd Students:

 

 

 

 

If you are applying as a TropEd student, please select the International Health course and choose your mode of attendance as "associate". Please also state the name of the course you are applying for and that you are a TropEd student, together with your home institute in your personal statement. Please note that it is not necessary to submit any supporting documents with your application.

If you have a problem with applying online, please contact IIHD.

PGCert HRHM (Pakistan) Graduates continuing to Masters

PhD Programme:

 

Graduate School

 

Deadlines:

 

 

 

 

 

There is no deadline, but, please apply as early as possible to allow plenty of time for processing, sourcing funding and/or visa applications for courses:

  • International Students - We recommend you to apply by end of May for courses starting in September. Apply by the end of September for courses starting in January.
  • Home/EU Students - Applications should be submitted as early as possible as processing can take some considerable time.

Requirements:

International Health (source QMU)

Please note that as of 2011, UK Border Agency regulations for obtaining a Tier 4 General Student Visa have become more stringent – please see UKBA student entry requirements, and unfortunately we have to abide by these. If you have not studied in one of the UKBA approved list of majority English speaking countries, you will need to provide evidence of having passed an SELT (Secure English Language Test).

We require a SELT to show that you have achieved the equivalent of IELTS at 6.0 with a minimum score of 5.5 in each of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

We accept any SELT dated up to 2 years prior to the course start date. Please note that this requirement has to be met even if your previous education and studies were in an English medium institution unless you studied in one of the UKBA approved list of majority English speaking countries.

You can find a list of majority English-speaking countries approved by UKBA at http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/studying/adult-students/can-you-apply/english-language/

We are really sorry for the inconvenience this may cause you, and encourage you to take this point into consideration at an early stage of your application process.


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