Established in 1899, The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is dedicated to improving health worldwide through training the next generation of health leaders to address major public and global health challenges. We have a unique range and depth of work integrating laboratory, clinical, population and social sciences, and we deliver a wide range of health programmes, both in London and by distance learning.
LSHTM is highly ranked in various international university league tables. We are #3 in the world for public health (ShanghaiRanking 2018), won the Queen’s Anniversary Prize in 2017 in recognition of our response to the Ebola outbreak, and remain in the top universities for research impact. We were named #1 University of the Year by Times Higher Education in 2016.
LSHTM is famed for its international, cultural, professional and academic diversity. Our students benefit from exposure to a broad range of perspectives, which expands their knowledge across a multitude of disciplines. Programmes are taught by experts in their field, whose own research often informs the teaching curriculum.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine at the University of London was established in 1899. It is consistently ranked among the best universities in the world for research output in public health and tropical medicine. Postgraduate programmes are offered in subjects like - Epidemiology, Tropical Diseases and Public Health.