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Full Tuition and Assistantship for Public Health

Universities that Offer Full Tuition and Assistantship for Public Health


Public health is a field with a lot of career opportunities globally. Most programs accept students from different academic backgrounds. There are various concentrations in it, so even though students are matriculated into the same program, they can choose a track they want to follow.

Most applications for public health are completed using the centralized portal Schools of Public Health Application Service (SOPHAS). Another thing worthy of note is that most public health programs require a course-by-course evaluation from WES for international students. This evaluated transcript is part of the application put together on SOPHAS, so you don’t need to send the evaluated transcript to each school. The only document that is not included in the general application is the personal statement, and that is because it has to be tailored to the individual programs.

The United States has a lot of funding offers for graduate students, and public health is not an exception. Here is a list of schools that offer full tuition and graduate assistantships in Public Health:

  1. University of Miami

The University of Miami is located in the city of Miami, Florida. GRE is not required for a master’s application, but it is compulsory for PhD applicants. Funding for students of the graduate school of public health can be found here.

  1. Drexel University

The Dornsife school of public health is the best in Philadelphia and one of the top 15% in the US. Duolingo is also accepted as an English proficiency test for non-native English speakers. GRE is not required for a master’s application. Besides teaching and research assistantships, other funding options such as scholarships and fellowships are available.

  1. John Hopkins University

The Bloomberg school of public health also offers multiple kinds of MPH combined degrees, allowing you to choose and navigate different career paths. In addition, different scholarships and fellowships are available to help students fund their education.

  1. Saint Louis University

The school of public health is in conjunction with social work and offers a wide range of programs, from bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral programs, accelerated programs, dual degree, and certificate programs. Funding for the graduate programs can be found here.

  1. Vanderbilt University

The School of medicine offers a Master of Public Health program with three tracks: epidemiology, global health, and health policy. There are also dual degree options. Most students get their funding in the form of scholarships and fellowships.

  1. Yale University

The school of public health has an MPH program with a range of diverse and unique tracks to choose from. Opportunities to fund your education at Yale can be found here.

  1. University of Nevada, Reno

The school of community health sciences has both in-person and online MPH programs. Opportunities to fund your education at the University of Nevada, Reno, can be found here.

  1. Georgia Southern University

The Jiann-Ping Hsu college of public health offers tracks in Applied Public Health, Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Biostatistics, Community Health, and Health Policy and Management for the graduate programs available. Opportunities to fund your education at Georgia Southern University can be found here.

General Requirements for Graduate Program in Public Health

  1. SOPHAS application
  2. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) – Optional
  3. Personal Statement
  4. Curriculum Vitae/ Resume
  5. Letters of Recommendation (up to 3)
  6. English Proficiency Test (TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo)
  7. Official Post-Secondary Education Transcripts (may need evaluation)
  8. Research papers/ writing sample- optional
  9. Portfolio – optional

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