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Postgraduate study

QMU offers a friendly and supportive community environment where our thoroughly relevant teaching and research is designed to meet the changing needs of students, employers and society.

QMU has widely recognised expertise in health & rehabilitation, sustainable business and creativity & culture. View our postgraduate courses for entry in 2017

We understand the specific needs of postgraduate students and our courses will develop your skills and expertise, enable you to specialise in your chosen field and allow you to benefit from flexible learning options and continued professional development opportunities.


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Global and Diverse Learning Community

QMU is a global and diverse learning community with over 25% of its students coming from over 70 countries world-wide.

Internationally Recognised Qualifications

At QMU we recognise and warmly welcome a wide range of international qualifications.

At QMU, international students benefit from a wide choice of internationally recognised degree qualifications, taught by world-class academics in specialist teaching facilities.

Life in Edinburgh

The city of Edinburgh is a centre of learning excellence and offers international students the opportunity to experience life in Scotland’s cosmopolitan capital city.

54% of the Edinburgh population is currently educated to university degree level, ranking it number one among British cities.

What our Students Say

“Before coming to study at QMU I’d already worked as a medical practitioner for five years in Nairobi, Kenya. By choosing to study at QMU, I wanted to broaden my knowledge of global health and development beyond the clinical environment I’m used to. QMU nominated me for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme, which has helped fund my studies. “I’m hoping that my studies will help me achieve my ambition of contributing to global health policy making and projects back in my home country.”
Job Mogire, MSc Global Health (Nairobi, Kenya)

“What appealed to me the most when choosing to study global health at QMU is that the academic staff come from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds. The high staff to student ratio also means that you get a very personal and friendly learning experience.”
Hannah Duffy, MSc Sexual And Reproductive Health (Washington D.C., USA)


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