The Higher Education Council (HEC) wishes to convey to the general public that the Kingdom of Belgium has provided information on opportunities to study Masters of Science in Tropical Animal Health (Belgium).
The joint MSTAH will be offered as a 2 year blended programme (combined web-based and face to face) and is designed to allow participants to combine work and study.
The Embassy of Kingdom Belgium in Kigali further notes that, some financial support is available on these opportunities.
Interested candidates should complete the online application form and relevant information available at: https://edu.itg.be/course
Please note :
- Deadline for online registration is 15 August
- All financial costs not mentioned in this offer will be covered by the candidates.
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About the Masters of science in tropical animal health
University: Institute of tropical Medecine Antwerp
- Develop and/or improve strategies to control infectious and parasitic diseases of animals and humans (zoonoses) using a One Health conceptual approach.
- Give recommendations on the control of tropical animal diseases and zoonoses.
- Recognize and assess the economic and public health importance of animal health in Low and Middle Income Countries.
- Define and apply the concepts and principles of field and laboratory diagnosis of infectious and parasitic diseases of livestock and wildlife including aspects of specimen collection and shipment, interpretation of laboratory results and basic laboratory management.
- Explain and apply general epidemiological concepts, quantification of disease prevalence and incidence, sampling designs and basic statistics.
- Plan and undertake a research project, collecting and analysing experimental and epidemiological data, scientific writing, and preparation and presenting of a research protocol.
- Critically assess obtained results and literature.
- Clearly communicate orally and in writing with professional and scientific audiences.
- Effectively work in multidisciplinary teams.