External Engagement and Innovation
Internationalisation plays an important role in all aspects of the discipline, from delivering internationally recognised programmes to developing projects and collaborations with other institutions across the world.
- Environmental Public Health Research Group
The overall aim of the Environmental Public Health research group is to improve quality of life. Our work spans the globe with local projects here in Wales together with partnership projects in Africa and the Middle East. We cover a wide range of environmental issues including: Malaria prevention; water sanitation; working conditions among industrial workers and bio aerosol exposure and collaborate with local/national governments and a number of industrial partners. To find out more please go to Environmental Public Health Research Group
- Trans National Education - Singapore
In 2017 the discipline team validated the MSc Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing programme in Singapore. The programme is delivered on behalf of Cardiff Met by DIMENSIONS International College in Singapore
- Trans National Education - Lebanon
ERASMUS+ funded project between Cardiff Met and the Modern University of Business and Science (MUBS) delivering a simultaneous workshop to students from both Universities exploring ways to improve conditions in refugee camps.
Cardiff Met Short Term Mobility funded student visit to Makerere University in Kampala. Nine students visited the university for a week and presented at a Environmental Health staff and student conference.
Cardiff Met Short Term Mobility funded student visit to Malawi. Five students presented at the International Federation of Environmental Health World Conference.
ALSADI Changing Lives Foundation and Cardiff Met student Short term mobility Funding will enable twelve students to visit Jordan and engage with Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) and charities to look at public health interventions.
ERASMUS Funded staff exchange in partnership with Makerere University. Teaching and training mobility funding enabled seven members of staff to participate in exchange visits between the two Universities.
- International Training Centre
The vision of the ITC is to provide flexible, accredited learning opportunities for public health practitioners, both here in the UK and internationally. To find out more about please go to the International Training Centre