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Information sessions: Postgraduate study in public health

Wednesday, September 22, 2021   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: public health, education, qualification

Considering a career in Public Health? Public health is a diverse and vital area, encompassing all aspects of our lives. The issues that influence public health are often changing and knowledge is constantly evolving. Join a virtual information session to learn more about studying Public Health at the University of Otago's Christchurch campus. You will be able to talk directly to one of their staff members.

Dates and Times:

  • Wednesday 27th October 2021 (starting at 6.30pm); or
  • Thursday 28th October 2021 (starting at 12.30pm).

Location: Online on Zoom.

Register to attend an online information session on studying public health (University of Otago).

The University of Otago’s public health postgraduate qualifications offer you:

  • Research-informed, face to face teaching;
  • The flexibility to study full or part-time;
  • A broad range of paper topics enabling you to tailor your qualification to reflect your interests; and
  • Personal and professional growth to increase your employment potential.

Find out about postgraduate public health qualifications from the University of Otago, Christchurch including the Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health, Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health, and Master of Public Health.

They also offer a Postgraduate Certificate in Health Management and Master of Health Sciences, endorsed in Health Management.

Take a look at the University of Otago's programmes if you are considering boosting your career or degree in a way that will really make a difference to the health of our population. Contact the Department of Population Health for more information (publichealth.christchurch[at]otago.ac.nz).