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Executive Fellows bring valuable leadership insights to LSHTM

The first residential week of the Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership successfully launched back in September 2017 with 14 Fellows joining us at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine from around the world.

This course is the first of its kind at LSHTM and was set up…

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Letter from Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to London HE institutions

 6 July 2016

Dear Colleague

I received a number of letters from London’s universities and from London Higher and Universities UK at the start of my Mayoralty. I greatly appreciated this and look forward to working with you over the coming years.

I know the referendum result will be…

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Alumni Profile: Dr Boniface Francis Kalanda

Senior Programme Specialist (Monitoring) at the UNICEF Headquarters in New York, Dr Boniface Francis Kalanda told us about why getting a MSc Public Health (Health Systems Management) via distance learning from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine was challenging, but worthwhile; the strong relationships he made whilst studying…

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New short course: “Issues in global non-communicable diseases: from research to policy”

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, are responsible for the greatest burden of death and disability globally. No longer viewed as diseases of affluence, NCDs are of critical importance to all countries and are firmly on the global political agenda. Successfully addressing the complex causes of…

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Congratulations to the 2016 Marshall Scholarships Recipients

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is pleased to announce three recipients of the 2016 Marshall Scholarships.
Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom. Up to 40 Scholars are selected each year to study at the graduate…

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On Our Own Two Feet: Keeping Girls in School

Research consistently shows that girls who stay in school increase their chances of improved health and income. Girls who complete high school are:

Three times less likely to contract HIV
Will have fewer, healthier and better educated children
Earn better, reinvest 90% of what they earn into their families, and…

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London tops Google poll of most searched for city by US students

Exclusive Google research reveals that London is the most searched for city on the internet by US students looking to study overseas.  London is the most popular city in the world for US students with nearly 30,000 studying in the city each year, a total that cannot be matched…

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Join our multi-disciplinary School Centres

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s multi-disciplinary School Centres bring together staff, students and alumni working across Faculties and Departments, to share information and strengthen our research, education and policy activities.
If you are interested in any of the Centres below please click on the links…

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What makes the School so special?

Alumni in Geneva, Switzerland tell us what they think makes the School such a special place…

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