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Non Clinical - (Public Health) Opportunities Around the Globe

1. USA

Available graduate degrees
MPH- Masters in Public Health
DrPH- Doctorate in Public Health


WES Credential Evaluation

Very demanding subject. 
Good job prospects. You can also opt for clinical research afterward: Check Out

Constraints: Funding/Scholarship is scarce for available degrees.  

2. Canada

CEPH Accredited Program: Only 3 University in Canada

 1.University of Alberta
2.Simon Fraser University
3. Université de Montréal

1. Credential Evaluation


For other requirements please look for your desired program admission criteria in desired University Portal. 

3. UK

Program list:

 1. IELTS 

4. Germany

Program list: Please Visit This link- Health Programs


5. Norway

MPhil International Community Health at the University of Oslo
MPhil International Health at the University of Bergen  


6. Australia

Masters in Public Health 
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Majors Scholarships: 
1. Australia Awards Scholarships, formerly known as Australia Development Scholarships (ADS) 
2. Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship Awards
3. International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) 


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