Language Requirement TOEFLIELTS
No. of Opportunity 12
Fields of study Public Health
Opportunity Type : Partially Funded
Duration 1 Year
Language of Instruction English
Opportunity ID 3880
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is offering Master’s degree program in Public Health.
Details of the program:
Deadline for full-time enrollment June 2020: December 1
Deadline for Part-time or Online enrollment in November and January: July 1, following year
Location: The United States or online
Duration: Two years
There are various types of scholarships available for this degree program including Sommer Scholar program that provides full-tuition fee and a stipend during the study. as well as Global Health Scholarship that covers the full tuition fee.
What is the requirement?
- Minimum two year of working experience that is a full time, post-baccalaureate, health-related by the time that program starts Or have a doctoral degree in a field in public health
- Professionals from all fields are encouraged to apply
- Holding a medical school from the U.S. or outside of the U.S. are waived from this requirement
- Have a strong academic record. (completed Math, introductory general biology and one health-related science course )
- Have at least 3.5 GPA of 4, 79% verbal reasoning, and 67% quantitative reasoning (GRE). The following degree holders such as MS, MA, MD, DDS, PhD, MBBS, BDS do not need to have a standardized test score
- Have three letters of recommendation from academic and professional references
- English language proficiency (TOEFL iBT 100, PBT 6000/ IELTS 7). Having a degree from the US, and MBBS from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and some other countries do not need TOEFL /IELTS score.
- Your documents must be evaluated by The World Education Services, Inc (WES)
How to apply?
Applicants can apply online via the School of Public Health Application System (SOPHAS). And submit their required documents.
- Personal statement
- Three recommendation letter
- English proficiency test if applicable
- Educational documents
For more information please visit the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health