Thạc sĩ [Học bổng du học Israel – Master]
Nội dung Học bổng
[Học bổng du học Israel – Master]
Deadline: sometime around May
The IMPH Program, established in 1971, offers its participants a scientifically stimulating and culturally rewarding experience of studying and interacting with peers from different professional and cultural backgrounds in the unique setting of Jerusalem.
The comprehensive multi-disciplinary 12-month training experience prepares graduates to take up key positions as leaders and teachers of public health in their home countries, and to initiate and participate in the promotion and development of public health practices, use epidemiological and other tools for health system planning and evaluation and health services delivery, and develop capacity building programs responsible for training public health personnel.
To date, our International MPH degree has been awarded to over 700 graduates from 90 low-income countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, as well as developed countries of North America and Western Europe (please see the country list below).
The curriculum of study is comprised of core courses, elective courses, workshops, and the writing of a Thesis or Master’s Paper.
Students also participate in other workshops that focus on reforms in health care systems, adolescent health, mental health or other public health issues.
Registration deadline – The deadline for receipt of applications is sometime around May (it varies somewhat from year to year)
Course schedule – The academic year is divided into two semesters and a summer session. The first semester begins in October and ends in January-February, and the second semester ends in June, with exact start and end dates varying from year to year.
The summer session runs from July to September, and is primarily devoted to work on the thesis/master’s paper and to a number of workshops and elective courses. Course examinations are held in February and July, and the oral exams in September, just prior to graduation.
To be eligible for the Program the applicant must have an academic degree (BA, MA, MD) in medicine, dentistry, nursing, another allied health field, or in one of the basic biological or social sciences relevant to health from a recognized university. Diploma degrees are not accepted.
Applicants who hold only a bachelor’s degree must have obtained an overall grade of at least 75% in their undergraduate studies.
Practical experience in public health will be taken into account as well as academic achievement.
Students are advised to have some background training in microbiology and statistics and have a command of basic computing skills.
International MPH Program
Hebrew University-Hadassah Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun School of
Public Health and Community Medicine
P.O. Box 12272
Jerusalem 91120 Israel
Program Secretary: Mrs. Pamela Malka, e-mail:
967 lượt xem, 1 xem hôm nay