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MA208658 - Heaolu ja tervisekäitumine

Õppemaks 2 000 € semestris
Kandideerimistasu 100 € one-time
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Are you eager to learn about people and their concerns and emotions? How they feel alone and in relationships with other people? Would you like to know how to approach and measure a person’s well-being in a science-based way? Are you ready to find solutions in the future to help people live healthier lives and prevent premature illness? Are you ready to be engaged in protecting human rights and dealing with social issues now and in the future?

Well-being and its management is a growing industry based on evidence-based theories of healthy living and disease prevention. Knowledge of the bases of people’s well-being and how it is achieved is an important area to work on, contributing to the functioning of a society that supports human development and well-being.

The study programme focuses on the non-medical (not based on treatment by doctors) approach to health: lifestyle, attitudes, work capacity, environment, personality, habits, ethics, research, evaluation and implementation of interventions. As a target group we see students from Estonia and other countries who want to gain learning experience in the field of health and well-being in Europe. Citizens from developing countries can primarily benefit from these studies and apply the knowledge acquired to further the well-being in their country.


Our graduates will find employment in a variety of fields, such as education, health services and healthcare organisations.

As the speciality is forward-looking, it is not directly related to existing routine jobs, however, some possible jobs include:

  • Health behaviour and well-being counsellors, e.g. institutions providing health and wellness services, either using an individual or a community-based approach.
  • Leaders in a variety of areas (ensuring organisational well-being and team functioning), implementing their everyday work in a broader context of well-being.
  • Specialists in planning, implementing and evaluating community-based interventions for public institution staff well-being, provided that in addition to a Master’s degree they have acquired a speciality in a field that supports the launch and management of public activities or programmes (public administration, recreation, etc.).
  • Specialists in non-governmental and civil society organisations dedicated to well-being and intercultural integration and conflict prevention.
  • Researchers and applied analysts preparing community-based policies or other measures or interventions (e.g. structural modelling, methods, measurement).
Kandideeri! Fall semester 2024/25
Kandideerimisperiood on lõppenud
Kandideeri! Fall semester 2024/25
Kandideerimisperiood on lõppenud