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The University of Glasgow envisions a better world, and it’s inspired to help others change it. It ranks within the top 100 of the world’s universities and has online master’s programmes that enable students to fulfil their aspirations from anywhere they wish.
By virtue of extensive experience as a leading academic organisation, Glasgow has developed 100% online programmes that emphasise original research and innovative approaches. These are designed to help students boost their careers, no matter where their interests or specialisms lie. This includes:
Online MSc Marketing
Online MSc Education
Online MSc Global Mental Health
Online MSc Health Professions Education
Online MSc Health Technology Assessment
Online MSc One Health
Online Master of Public Health
Online MSc Population Health Sciences.
Glasgow’s School of Medicine and School of Education are both ranked first in the UK in 2021 according to the Complete University Guide. University of Glasgow is also ranked 2nd in the Russell Group for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2020.
Studying online means students don’t have to sacrifice their current career or commitments. They will be able to access interactive resources from anywhere and at any time. This includes video, audio, live sessions and discussions through which they can connect with lecturers and fellow students.
Glasgow supports students to achieve their ambitions – those who study online can start changing the world today.
There are online distance learning options available for the following programmes: