Our postgraduate programs and courses provide the knowledge and skills needed to define, monitor, critically assess and manage public health problems in a changing world. Our graduates are equipped to inform health policy, lead health services reform and stay abreast of newer health concerns such as diabetes, obesity, HIV/AIDs, and injury prevention, as well as more traditional concerns such as under-nutrition and communicable diseases.
Our flagship Master of Public Health (MPH) program is the first in Asia Pacific to achieve Curriculum Validation from the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA), one of the leading accrediting bodies for MPH programs in the world. This validation confirms that the curriculum adheres to European standards for a modern comprehensive degree and contains the basic structure and core content expected from a Master of Public Health program.
We offer short courses over the summer and winter breaks every year. You do not have to be enrolled in the School of Public Health to take these courses. Most are offered as short, intensive workshops, 4 to 7 days in length. Visit the School events calendar for more about our short courses.