Sexual and Reproductive Health

Queen Margaret University


On this MSc you’ll study the social and political issues influencing sexual and reproductive health, with a focus on low and middle income countries. You will work on integrating theory and practice, developing critical thinking skills and widening your perspective on current and historical sexual and reproductive health issues.

This course will equip you to work at a senior level to promote the sexual and reproductive health and social wellbeing of people, especially those living in low and middle income countries, through the development of effective, contextualised sexual and reproductive health policies, services and interventions.

You can exit after 6 months with PgCert Sexual and Reproductive Health

You can exit after 9 months with PgDip Sexual and Reproductive Health

Entry Requirements

A UK honours degree or equivalent from a relevant subject area (arts, humanities, health or social sciences). Students without an honours degree may be considered if they have other relevant qualifications and/or appropriate work experience.

Start Date

September, January


Postgraduate Master's



Study Method

Full time

Course Length

1 year


School of Health Sciences


Health Professions

SCQF Level