The University of Amsterdam offers the following master's programmes that are relevant for Social Science and Global Health.
The Master in Medical Anthropology and Sociology trains students to understand health, disease and the body from a social science perspective. The programme looks at pressing health problems as well as key debates in social science theory.
The two-year Research Master in Social Sciences (RMSS) offers advanced training in contemporary social science research. The programme combines advanced social theory with innovative methodologies in a rigorous and multidisciplinary social science research environment. Students specialise in one of three fields of research. One of these is ‘Cultures in the Making’, of which ‘Health, Care & the Body’ forms part.