Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine offers many programs to international and domestic students. The duration of the courses ranges from 3-year research degrees (Ph.D.) to 3 day short courses, including online courses. Diploma courses vary from 3 weeks to 13 weeks.
Established by Sir Alfred Lewis Jones in 1896, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine are the world’s first research and teaching college dedicated to tropical medicine. Its main goal is to lessen the weight of affliction and mortality records in endemic nations, work on human wellbeing, and are pertinent to the least fortunate networks. The school is famous for its magnificent work in battling TB, jungle fever, dengue, HIV/AIDS, and other lymphatic disorders
LSTM offers 5 transient courses; M. Sc programs with 10 specializations, 8 expert recognition/endorsement, and 5 online courses. The short-term courses last up to 3 days to 4 weeks. Professional diplomas can range from 3 to 13 weeks.
Applications of both national and international students are accepted. Students can apply through the online portal MyLSTM. Given below are a few courses and their admission requirements for students:
|Programs||Fees Per Annum ($)||Deadlines||Scores Accepted|
|MSc in International Public Health||22,755||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in Global Health||13,320||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in International Public Health-Sexual and Reproductive Health||22,755||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in International Public Health-Planning and Management||22,755||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in International Public Health - Humanitarian Assistance||22,755||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in Humanitarian Studies||19,980||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|
|MSc in Humanitarian Health Management||19,980||Jan 15||IELTS-6.5, TOEFL-88|