The BRAC University James P. Grant School of Public Health is accepting applications from international students for its Master of Public Health (MPH) Program.
Designed to be innovative, embracing international standards, utilizing state-of-the-art methods and techniques of teaching, learning, and providing opportunities for hands-on field experience, the School offers a unique Master of Public Health (MPH) programme with students and faculty recruited from Bangladesh and abroad. Previous and current students are from 19 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Americas.
The MPH has gained global recognition for its innovative approach, and was featured by the World Health Organization Bulletin in 2007 as one of the six top leading Schools of Public Health in the region. Graduates of the MPH program have moved on to work for their respective governments, national and/or international NGOs, universities, research organizations and donor and UN agencies in Bangladesh and globally.
Application deadline for international students is September 30, 2012.
After primary scrutiny of the applicants, admission test schedule will be provided. The Admission Test will be held in the fall of 2012 (tentatively in October).
The next MPH program will start in the last week of January 2013.