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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MPH Admission 2014

Admission Notice 2014

Master of Public Health (MPH) June, 2014

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) will offer its Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program in Jaipur, India, in cooperation with the Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR)

MPH Program: The full-time Master of Public Health degree program will consist of 1 year of didactic coursework plus 1 year of practical training

Coursework includes onsite and online classes, a practicum experience and a capstone exercise, totaling 80 credits

Onsite courses will begin in June 2014 when students will travel to Baltimore, Maryland, for a Summer Institute at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The curriculum aims to develop students’ competencies in the core areas:

Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Sciences, Public Health Biology, Health Management and Functional, Management, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Public Policy, Ethics

Eligibility Criteria: The candidates interested in the MPH program should meet the following eligibility criteria:

Must possess a Bachelors degree

Should have taken prior courses in subjects such as mathematics and biology

English proficiency in written and verbal communication (Should have either taken TOEFL* or had studied in college with English as primary language (TOEFL may be waived)

Standardized test scores: Official scores from one of the following tests are required of all MPH applicants: GRE/MCAT/GMAT, or LSAT

*(The standardized test score may be waived for applicants possessing degrees beyond the baccalaureate level; however, quantitative skills must be demonstrated from the transcripts or prior professional work)

Desirable: A minimum of two years of full-time health-related work experience beyond the bachelor’s/master’s degree (unless the applicant has earned a doctoral degree, e.g. PhD or medical degree)

Admission Procedure:

Regional applicants from surrounding low and middle-income countries first must contact the MPH coordinator at the Indian Institute of Health Management Research by email at [email protected] and apply by sending the pre screening questionnaire and a recent CV/Resume for the pre screening of the applications

Following pre-screening, each eligible applicant will receive an email with a unique login ID and password that they will need to use to access and complete their personalized electronic application on the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health website

Application Form:

Applicants should submit the pre-screening questionnaire along with their recent CV/Resume and contact the MPH Coordinator at IIHMR at [email protected]

After the first shortlisting at IIHMR, the pre screened candidates will receive a mail for further course of action in the application process

Those candidates who are eligible to apply further for the program after pre screening at IIHMR, will receive a communication about the online application process and submission of supporting documents

More information can be found at

Important Dates:

Date: 15th September, 2013 to 01st November, 2013

Applicants complete their applications on the online portal on Johns Hopkins website, assemble all required supporting documents, and pay the application fee (US$45) before submission

Date: 15th September, 2013 to 01st December, 2013

Applicants will receive their admissions decision from JHSPH: 14th February, 2014

Deadline for students to inform JHSPH of their decision: 01st March, 2014

MPH orientation in Baltimore: 01st June, 2014

Problem Solving in Public Health Course in Baltimore: 02nd – 13th June, 2014

The deadline for candidates to submit applications is 01st December, 2013


Johns Hopkins and Institute of Health Management Research

Institute of Health Management Research

1, Prabhu Dayal Marg, Sanganer Airport, Jaipur-302029

Phone: 91-141-3924700, Fax: 91-141-3924738, E-mail: [email protected]



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