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Study public health with Menzies in 2017

Date posted: 23rd of January 2017

Do a world of good – study public health with Menzies in 2017

What are you waiting for?

Menzies School of Health Research offers postgraduate public health and health research courses, with specialist streams in Indigenous health and global health. The courses delivered through Charles Darwin University's (CDU) award- winning online learning environment  include:

Graduate Diploma in Public Health   
Graduate Diploma in Health Research
Master of Public Health

Students are provided with 24/7 online support, the option to study 100% online, or attend regular classes on campus at Casuarina, Northern Territory.

Why choose to study with Menzies?

In 2014, the Public Health Indigenous Leadership in Education Network review team commended Menzies for academic leadership and setting the benchmark for other Australian tertiary institutions in embracing and embedding Indigenous health into the public health program.
You will find a well-structured program led by people passionate about and committed to teaching, who embed research evidence in a meaningful way and who remain closely connected to public health practice.
You will have the option to complete the Master of Public Health with a supervised Research Project.
You will meet other students who are interested in, or working in, Indigenous health or global health contexts and are engaged by learning different ways to think about inequity and inequality.

Menzies' public health courses:

Are Commonwealth Government supported (which means lower fees).
Enable graduates with degrees in non-related areas, or people who haven't studied recently, to enter at the graduate diploma level and progress to the Master of Public Health.

For more details visit the Menzies website, apply online, or email education@menzies.edu.au.

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