Study prevention and health promotion alongside employment

2023-12-19 Lüneburg. In view of an ageing society, rising numbers of chronically ill people and increasing stress in the world of work, health issues are becoming more and more of a focus, and not just since the corona pandemic. With the part-time Master of Public Health Prevention and Health Promotion, Leuphana University Lüneburg is therefore targeting specialists and managers from the healthcare sector who want to qualify for work in occupational health management, health research, health promotion or digital health. The next intake will start in April 2024 and applications can be submitted until January 31. Prospective students can find out more at an information day at the Lüneburg University campus on January 13, 2024.

The part-time course provides extensive knowledge in the fields of prevention, health promotion and health management. Students can specialize in one of the key areas of work and organization or digital health. The course lasts four semesters and leads to the internationally recognized Master of Public Health degree. It is aimed at applicants who have already completed their first academic degree and have at least one year of professional experience. Courses take place on one or two weekends per month.

Prospective students have the opportunity to find out more about the Master's program during the Professional School's Info Day on 13 January 2024 or to arrange a personal consultation with program coordinator Bernadette Sudeikat-Gichtbrock (, phone 04131.677-7958).

All information about the course can be found at, the program and registration for the info day are available online at