Deadline: 30th September 2018
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is a two-year, full-time, fully-funded course that provides comprehensive training in large-scale epidemiology, data science, and health economics and policy research to enable students to design, conduct, and interpret research in important areas of population health.
The MPH degree, the first of its kind in China, equips students with the breadth of knowledge, subject-specific expertise, specialized skills, and powerful global network necessary for a successful career in population health. The flexible degree format and array of options for specific fields of study provide a strong foundation in the core discipline of public health, as well as a specialized focus on developing scientific leadership skills to conduct work that will ultimately make a difference in people’s lives.
Requirements for entry in 2018
Following equal opportunity principles, applications will be assessed in consideration of an applicant’s capability to meet the following entry requirements (flexibility is possible given applicants’ working experience and academic research ability):
- 18-35 years old.
- Non-Chinese nationals with valid passports.
- Bachelor’s degree in clinical medicine, biology, mathematical statistics, computer science, or other related programs.
- Priority will be given to applicants who has the highest diploma certificate awarded by universities which should be included in the List of Universities Authenticated by the Ministry of Education.
- No infectious diseases and physical or mental disorders that affect learning ability.
- Applicants whose native language is not English should have a minimum TOEFL score of 90 or an IELTS score of not less than 6.5. Applicants whose first language is English are exempt from the language test requirement, with provision of a copy of passport, transcripts, and undergraduate diplomas.
- Priority will be given to applicants with basic knowledge of Chinese.
- Priority will be given to those who has already got an MD.
Application deadline is 30th September 2018
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