Master courses are online courses purpose-built by internationally recognised leaders in their field addressing priority subjects in global cancer control.
Delivered on the UICC eLearning platform, they offer a unique blend of modular learning and peer-exchange, combining recorded webinars and case studies with assignments, discussion forum activities and live Q&A sessions.
Launched at regular intervals, Master courses are faculty-led and follow a fixed schedule within which the course must be completed. Cohorts are capped to maximise interaction and participants are selected based on their applications and the relevance of the learning to their role.
Check-out upcoming Master courses below, including syllabus and how to apply. Applications for the next cycle of Master courses will open on 27 July until 1 September 2023, with courses expected to run between September and December 2023.
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Once a Master course has been delivered, the learning materials are reviewed and the content adapted so that it can be accessed as a self-guided course. These courses are available on-demand for all employees of UICC member organisations.
UICC has been supporting the continuing education of cancer control professionals through online learning since 2014.
Self-guided courses are online courses in which the pace of learning is set by the learner and all learning materials are available on-demand.
Micro-courses are fast-paced courses designed to provide an introduction into key topics in global cancer control.
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