Continuing to study at King’s – Lunch & Learn Jan 25th with Dr Silvia Camporesi to learn about our Master’s programmes

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As you progress towards the end of your time at King’s, you may be thinking about what your next steps will be after finishing your studies. One important option to consider is postgraduate study, where you can follow your passion for your chosen subject or take on a brand new direction.

If you’re considering postgraduate studies in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, drop in for a free ‘Lunch & Learn’ to find out more.

Dr Silvia Camporesi will be there to answer your questions and offer advice about the postgraduate application process, and current postgraduate students will share their experiences of studying in the department.

Wednesday 25 January

12:00 – 13:00

Pyramid Room, 4th floor, K4U.04, King’s building, Strand

Please sign up to attend here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/continue-at-kings-lunchlearn-global-health-social-medicine-tickets-31065099549   *Please note, it’s important that you sign up to attend as we’ll order lunch accordingly.

We offer Masters programmes in:

Programme title Qualification Admissions Tutor Apply
Ageing & Society MA/MSc Dr Laurie Corna Apply online
Bioethics & Society MSc Dr Silvia Camporesi Apply Online
Gerontology MSc Dr Laurie Corna Apply Online
Global Health & Social Justice MSc Dr Ann Kelly Apply Online
Medicine, Health & Public Policy  MSc Dr Courtney Davis Apply Online
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