Join us in our journey to create a better and healthier world. The School of Population and Global Health is #1 in Australia and #16 in the world for public health education* and has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic response. There is no better time to start your future in population and global health.

Focus on the core foundations of public health theory and practice with leaders in the field, in preparation for a career as a public health and health care leader.

Duration 2 years full time / 4 years part time
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Closing date (DOM | ) 31 January 2022

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Graduate from a globally recognised course that encompasses the design of advanced experiments and the collection, summary, interpretation and communication of data analysis to health professionals and take advantage of international employment opportunities.

Duration 18 months full-time / 3 years part-time
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Closing date (DOM | INT) 31 January 2022

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The Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/ Master of Public Health will equip nurses to assume future leadership roles and expand the scope of their practice. Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to take on senior leadership roles and expand their reach in the health system.

Duration 2 years full time / 4 years part time
Mode Blended
Closing date (DOM) 31 January 2022

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The Graduate Certificate in Infectious Disease Epidemiology provides the baseline skills necessary to work in the field of infectious disease investigation, monitoring, reporting, decision making and research.

Duration 1 year part-time
Mode Blended
Closing date (DOM | INT) 15 February 2022

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The program is broad based and covers some of the epidemiology, the social determinants of sexual health as well as health promotion and prevention aspects.

Duration 1 year part time
Mode Blended
Closing date (DOM | INT) 31 January 2022

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Why study at the University of Melbourne?

Our highly skilled students are already making a difference by helping the Department of Health and Human Services as "Disease Detectives" in the COVID-19 response.

Learn to solve real-world problems from our experts and leaders in public health

The public health workforce is growing. Now is the time to join.

*Academic Ranking of World Universities 2021