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The scholarship associated with this programme offers full time International funding towards their tuition fees for the Masters of Public Health course commencing January 2019.
You can receive a scholarship of £4,500 which will be deducted from tuition fees.
Who can apply?
Any International fee paying student who has applied for the full time Master of Public Health programme at GCU Glasgow Campus commencing January 2019
What is the scholarship?
International students who apply and are awarded the scholarship will receive £4,500 which will be deducted from tuition fees
This scheme provides junior researchers with the opportunity to gain research experience and training at Master’s degree level. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level.
Scheme at a glance
Career stage: Postgraduate Where your host organisation is based: Low- and middle-income countries Type of researcher: Public health Level of funding: Studentship stipend, fees and research expenses Duration of funding: 30 months
Who can apply
You can apply for a Master’s Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine if you:
are a national of a low- or middle-income country
hold a clinical or non-clinical undergraduate degree in a subject relevant to public health or tropical medicine.
You must also:
be at an early stage in your career with limited research experience (but you must have a demonstrated interest in, or aptitude for, research)
This scheme offers research experience and training to early-stage researchers from low- and middle-income countries. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level.
Scheme at a glance Career stage: Postgraduate, Early Where your host organisation is based: Low- and middle-income countries Type of researcher: Public health Level of funding: Salary, fees and research expenses covered Duration of funding: 3 years
Who can apply
You can apply for a Training Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine if:
You are a national of a low- or middle-income country.
You have a degree in a subject relevant to public health or tropical medicine. Or you have a degree in medicine and are qualified to enter higher specialist training.
You have some initial research experience.
We’d expect you to register for a PhD if you’re awarded this fellowship. You may also apply if you have a PhD and no more than three years’ postdoctoral experience.
If you’ve been away from research (eg for a career break, maternity leave, or long-term sick leave), we’ll allow for this when we consider your application. If you’ve taken formal maternity, paternity or adoption leave as the primary carer, or long-term sick leave, we’ll allow an extra six months for each period of leave when we consider your postdoctoral experience.
This scholarship is available for international students who are enrolling full-time on the MSc Public Health course with the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences.
You don’t need to apply for this scholarship – it will be automatically awarded to you if you receive an unconditional offer for this course by 1 June 2017. This scholarship will be confirmed once your offer becomes unconditional.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is proud to be offering a new Master of Public Health. To celebrate the commencement of this program the University is offering merit scholarships for students commencing in July 2016. ACU has been rated as above international standards for research in Public Health by the Australian Research Council in 2016.
Ten scholarships valued at $4,000 each are available, paid in two equal instalments.
This scholarship is open to applicants who meet all of the following criteria:
Commencing in the Master of Public Health in July 2016
The following document must be submitted with the application:
A written statement of approximately 100 words outlining how the program of study will help in your professional life.
A three year PhD scholarship is available for an outstanding candidate to conduct epidemiological research at the School of Public Health. The scholarship is linked to a National Health & Medical Research Council funded project on obesity and risk of diabetes. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on an international data pooling study with national and international experts in diabetes, obesity and epidemiology.
What is the Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Programme?
The Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Programme (ADB-JSP) was established in April 1988 with financing from the Government of Japan.
The programme aims to provide an opportunity for well-qualified citizens of ADB’s developing member countries to undertake postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asia-Pacific region. The University of Auckland is a participating academic institution.
Upon completion of their study programmes, scholars are expected to contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries.
University of Auckland programmes covered by this scholarship scheme are limited to the following:
Master of Public Health
Master of Science (Environmental Science)
Master of Arts (Development Studies)
Master of International Business
Master of Commerce (International Business)
Masters programmes in Engineering
What does the ADB-JSP cover?
The ADB-JSP provides for the scholars:
Tuition fees at the University of Auckland.
Airfare from the scholar’s home country to Auckland, New Zealand.
Basic cost of living in Auckland.
Health and medical insurance in New Zealand.
Airfare from Auckland, New Zealand, to the scholar’s home country at the conclusion of his or her course of study.
For scholars engaged in research, a special grant may be available for thesis preparation.
Note: The ADB-JSP does not cover the scholar’s dependants.
Eberhard Wenzel Scholarship for International Public Health
The late Dr Eberhard Wenzel was an academic in the School of Public Health and worked in public health with a range of international health agencies for over 20 years. Dr Wenzel had a tremendous knowledge and understanding of public health issues facing humanity and his establishment of the Virtual Library for Public Health and the International Public Health Watch websites provided important means for him to engage with others who shared his passion for the field.
The objective of this Scholarship is to enable students to undertake research which will advance understanding of a public health topic relevant to the academic interests of the late Dr Eberhard Wenzel.
There is one (1) Scholarship valued at $2,000, for a student enrolled in either full or part-time study in the Master of Public Health (research option) or an Honours program with the School of Public Health. The intent of the scholarship is to support the thesis component of the student’s honours or masters program of study.
Selection will be based on review and assessment of applications.
Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), would like to announce a General scholarship for International students. All applicants must sign up, complete and submit TUMS online application form.
TUMS does not charge a fee to apply, our application forms are free to complete and open to all interested students.
Our admission representatives will review every student’s application and documents on individual bases and respond via email directly to the student.
All applicants, interested in continuing their education at TUMS should complete TUMS application form to be considered for this Scholarship. Please attach a scholarship request letter describing your needs and the reason you should be awarded.
Please review TUMS application guidelines an IELTS of 5.5 or equivalent is required for all scholarship applicants. Students who have previous knowledge of English can submit the completed Affidavit of English Ability form as a part of their application.
Our Fall Semester will start late September 2013. All scholarship requests must be submitted with a completed application form by March 2013.
International postgraduate program in epidemiology and public health (IPPE) 2013-2014
The international postgraduate program in epidemiology and public health (IPPE) at the School of Health Sciences, University of Tampere, Finland, is a doctoral training and research program for highly qualified epidemiologists, researchers and public health personnel worldwide who are aiming at a PhD degree in epidemiology or public health.
The main objectives of the international doctoral program are to increase knowledge and understanding of major public health problems, particularly in low-income countries, and to build sustainable public health capacity in these countries by working with global partners in training epidemiologists and public health personnel for leadership positions in research, administration, program planning and policy development.
The School of Health Sciences (HES) is an education and research institute at the University of Tampere (UTA), Finland. The School is ranked as one of the leading institutions in research within the University and has received international recognition. Instruction is offered at bachelor, master and doctoral levels, with a strong emphasis on training in research methods. Doctoral program faculty are involved in several international collaborative research projects. Teaching and research at the School are multidisciplinary including the fields of biometry, community health, epidemiology, gerontology, occupational health, health economics, social psychiatry, social and health policy and nursing science.