Kesmonds International University is a member of “The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene” RSTMH since 2019. RSTMH is a charity and membership society that has been dedicated to improving tropical medicine and global health since 1907 with the ambition to save lives and improve health around the world through increased access to and greater equity in global healthcare.
Their activities help further their members’ careers. They also harness their collective knowledge and expertise to achieve change within the sector. Our members, based in over 90 countries, are at all stages of their careers, working across a multitude of disciplines and from a range of sectors. The Society, located in London, is governed by a Board of Trustees. RSTMH received a “Royal” designation from King George V in 1920, and the royal connection has been maintained ever since; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is our Patron, and HRH The Princess Royal is an Honorary Fellow. Kesmonds International University’s offers undergraduate and graduate programs in tropical medicine and contributes annually to more than 100 scientific papers in this field. Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.