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The 2021/22 IHTM cohort gathered at Worcester College to celebrate the culmination of their MSc.

The 2021/22 cohort of students who studied the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine gathered together after receiving their certificates after completing the course.

The 2021/22 IHTM cohort gathered at Worcester College to celebrate the culmination of their MSc. After an intense, productive and very successful year, students appreciated the opportunity to relax and get together with the course teachers and administration team.

The retreat included the chance to give constructive feedback on the course - provoking lively discussion, as ever – and to enjoy a ‘graduation’ and introduction to the alumni network.

The spirit of the MSc was very much in evidence, and students appreciated that even though this was their final get together in Oxford, they remain very much a part of the ever-increasing IHTM family.

We wish them all the very best for the future as they embark on their many and varied next steps.

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