The University of New South Wales
School of Public Health and Community Medicine
NSW 2052 Australia
+61 (2) 9385 2517
MPH Program Overview
The public health educational programs at the University of New South Wales are some of the best in the entire country, and also in the Asia Pacific area. This program successfully delivers high quality, state of the art public health teaching in health management, public health and international public health. The public health programs here have been set up to give you the diverse learning and professional background that you will need to succeed in your public health career goals.
The university is strongly committed to teaching excellence and providing you with the highest quality public health education. You may take our classes full time, part time, in person or online.
MPH Curriculum and Courses
When you choose to complete your public health graduate studies here, you can choose from the following specializations:
- Aboriginal Health and Well Being
- Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Control
- International Health
- Health Promotion
- Primary Health Care
- General Public Health
Most of the graduates of this program are able to secure high management positions in key public health agencies and universities in Australia, the Western Pacific and in related Asian areas.
To be considered for admission, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university that is recognized by the University of New South Wales. Also, your bachelor’s degree needs to be related to the health field. You also need to have at least two years of related health field experience. Other requirements include a complete resume, three recommendations, and your statement of purpose.
MPH Tuition and Financial Aid
The total cost for this program will be approximately $44,000 US for the entire two year program. You will be eligible for several scholarships, fellowships and assistantships that are provided by the university. There also are several private scholarships that are distributed on a highly competitive basis. You should consult with the financial aid office for all of the details on these various options.