As a world leader in Population Data Science – the science of data about people – our role includes developing knowledge and skills in this increasingly important field. We do this through postgraduate research programmes, postgraduate taught courses, and continuing professional development.
In these troubling times, it’s comforting to hear some good news so you will be pleased to hear that the MSc in Health Informatics and MSc Health Data Science is still accepting applications for the course, which commences in September 2020.
The teaching team are currently looking at ways in which students can remain in their home or home countries to study for the MSc in Health Informatics and MSc Health Data Science in the event of the COVID19 situation extending beyond the summer.
Although the delivery of your learning material may be altered you can still expect the same high quality teaching experience as if you were here in Swansea. The only difference is that you might be doing it remotely and in your own time. Distance learning requires a different kind of self motivation and if the course is delivered via this method, you’ll need to be disciplined, focused and good at managing your time. You’ll also need to be adaptable to change if the course runs normally, and capable of getting to Swansea ready to start studies at the end of September if we are able to revert to face to face teaching. Whatever happens, it’s our aim to make you feel part of the student body here at Swansea University and to help you achieve your own goals and aspirations.
MSc in Health Informatics
If you want more information about the MSc in Health Informatics course, then please email Programme Director, Judy Jenkins firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to help.
MSc in Health Data Science
If you want more information about the MSc in Health Data Science course, then please email Programme Director, Pete Arnold, email@example.com who will be happy to help.
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