MSc in Transport, Health & Policy


The MSc in Transport, Health & Policy aims to create leaders who can implement and assess policy across the essential services of transport and health.



Background

The MSc in Transport, Health and Policy deliberately breaks from a technical topic-per-module approach, instead focussing on stages within policy evaluation and implementation. This shift of focus enables the complexity of the interactions between transport and health to be explored on a project by project basis. Students will work alongside UCL academics and teaching staff on innovative solutions which bridge the boundaries between transport and health.

Why should I study this degree at UCL?

UCL has a long tradition of excellence in teaching and research, and is situated within the heart of one of the world's greatest cities. The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering is an exciting environment in which to explore this new, multi-disciplinary and constantly evolving science. The programme will be supported by a range of academics across UCL from those who specialise in  the analysis of large data sets related to health and transport to those who are leading research on behavioural change. The Department has collaborative links with the Department for Transport, Public Health England and organisations such as TfL, the CIHT and community persons groups who will deliver lectures and support seminars.

Degree Structure

The programme is offered full time (1 year) and part time (2 years). A postgraduate diploma (120 credits) is also offered if the research module is omitted. All modules are also available as Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses.

Workshop based modules

​Module Title ​Workshop Dates
MSc induction ​​18th – 20th Sept 2014
Monitoring and Assessment of Health and Transport Policies 6th –  8th Nov 2014
Assessing Evidence and Building a Case for Policy 8th – 10th Jan 2015
Policy and Strategy: Development and Implementation 5th – 7th Mar 2015
Strategic Leadership and Decision Making 23rd – 25th Apr 2015
 

Research Module 

Transport, Health and Policy Dissertation

 

Further information

Dr. Catherine Holloway c.holloway@ucl.ac.uk  

Dr. Nicola Christie Nicola.christie@ucl.ac.uk

 

  

How to apply?

Applications are accepted throughout the year but applicants are advised to apply as early as possible due to competition for places. It takes approximately 4 weeks from submission of an application to receiving an offer letter. If you are an overseas student requiring a visa we recommend applying no later than 15th June to enable you time to obtain the CAS number required for your visa. The deadline for applications is 1st August. Those applying for scholarship funding (particularly overseas applicants) should take note of application deadlines.
 
Details on how to apply and further information can be found here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/

Scholarships

There are four scholarships available that will provide a 50% reduction in fees. These are available for UK/EU residents only and will be awarded on the basis of academic merit. You will need to identify in your application whether you wish to be considered for a scholarship. An academic panel will decide if your application should be awarded a scholarship. You will only be informed if your application is successful. If you do not hear before the end of July then please assume it has been unsuccessful, though you still might want to apply for the course and pay full fees. Please note the course can also be taken as CPD.
 
  

It may also help you to visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. Here you can find more information on the application process, including visa issues for international students, as well as more general information applicable to all our Masters courses.

If you have any queries you can contact the course administrator on (+44)(0)20 7679 4046 or email 
cege-pg-admissions@ucl.ac.uk