We are very excited to announce our new mobile-friendly website which is now live – please go and visit it, and share it with colleagues who may benefit from Peoples-uni courses and Programmes.  Our new flyer is also available on the site. On completion of the summer semester (2017a), the number of our Masters-level award graduates rose to 130 – Congratulations to our latest four graduates from Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria!  They will again join our now sizable Alumni Network where our Masters-level Programme alumni are supporting each other to undertake research and the next steps of their public health careers.

We are very sorry to announce the death of Alec Tice who has been a Trustee, Treasurer and Great Friend of Peoples-uni. He developed much of the governance and financial processes that enable Peoples-uni to do it's work, and supervised the award of student bursaries. Alec was passionate about ensuring people have educational opportunities, and took great delight in the progress and success of the Peoples-uni students.

  • NEW Exercise and Health course by Peoples-uni, pulls together a set of presentations developed by an International team of experts
  • The program contains data from different countries and it is designed to encourage students to perform interventions to increase physical activity in their setting

This course teaches a public health approach to mental health in a global context, with reference to low- and middle-income countries.

Stephen Kalu, who graduated from the MPH programme with a Merit award in 2013 has published his dissertation in the Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research.

24 Peoples-uni students have completed their MPH studies following sign-off at August’s Exam Board.

This was the biggest cohort to undertake their dissertations to date and the results are excellent with eight students completing with a Pass, twelve with a Merit and four with a Distinction.

At the February Exam Board, 15 graduated - ten with a Merit and five with a Pass.

Peoples-uni has a Twitter account!

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