The Division of Health Services Research and Management (HSRM) brings together a multidisciplinary range of expertise to deliver excellence in teaching and research.
Our well-established and unique programmes are designed to help students contribute to better health systems nationally and globally through management, policy, practice, and leadership.
The national and global research activities within the Division span public health, health psychology, health management, innovation and change, and food and health policy through a One Health lens and are supported by eight research centres.
Our postgraduate taught programmes:
The MSc Health Management is one of the longest established health management programmes in the UK. Students work on executive and operational challenges in health management to build expertise in business processes, systems and structures.
In the unique to the UK MSc in Food Policy you will explore the interconnections within our food system and the importance of integrated food policy in meeting wider health, economic and environmental goals.
How we produce, process, transport, market and consume food affects us all profoundly as individuals, communities and on a global level.
Our exclusive Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Policy integrates nutrition science and how it connects with physiology, public health, sustainability, agriculture, culture, and social justice.
This programme is designed to give undergraduate students a high-quality and challenging education in nutrition and food policy with a view to opening a wide range of career options throughout the food system.
City’s Masters in Public Health (MPH) degree will develop students’ breadth of knowledge, subject-specific expertise and professional network to enable you to pursue careers in Public Health around the world.
Whether students are qualified healthcare professional, an experienced public health professional or completely new to Public Health, our MPH offers essential core modules (Public Health, Epidemiology, Global Health, Social Determinants of Health) within a flexible programme of study that can be tailored to individual interests and future career requirements.
The MSc Health Policy programme is the ideal path for graduates looking to start, change or develop their career within a wide range of health policy, planning and management settings. You will develop real-world, transferable policy analysis skills and evaluate the social, political and economic factors that influence health policy across the world.