|University Location||Brisbane, Queensland|
|City Population||2.3 million|
|Int'l Student Population||18,000|
|Main Campus||St Lucia|
|Program Duration||1.5 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$33,424 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Semester Intake||February & July|
|Next Available Intake||February 2020|
|International Places||Variable / no set limit|
The Master of Public Health at the University of Queensland is an interdisciplinary program that teaches courses relevant to public health practice and research.
The UQ Master of Public Health will give you the knowledge and skills you need to define, monitor, critically assess and manage public health problems in a changing world. Public health graduates inform health policy, lead health services reform and stay abreast of newer health concerns such as diabetes, obesity, HIV/AIDS, and injury prevention, as well as more traditional concerns such as under-nutrition and communicable diseases.
You can complete the program by coursework or incorporate a dissertation/project. The dissertation/project provides an opportunity for you to apply your newly acquired knowledge and skills in a public health setting. You can carry out your dissertation/projects within Australia or overseas.
This program prepares health professionals from a broad range of backgrounds, with knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines, to define, critically assess and resolve public health and nutrition problems. Various fields of study allow you to focus on Australian public health issues or on international public health, including nutrition and tropical health in the Asia Pacific region.
As a UQ MPH student, you may undertake studies in the following specializations:
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
- Global Health
- Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
- Indigenous Health
Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have an approved undergraduate degree in the same discipline (health, behavioural, social, agricultural, or biological sciences).
If your degree is in a different discipline, you must have completed one year of full-time work experience in a healthcare setting.
*The University of Queensland has a general application deadline of May 30 for the July intake and November 29 for the February intake; however, you are encouraged to apply as early as possible.