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Population Health

Research programmes

DPhil in Population Health

Course Code | 002181

For full information on the research programme in Population Health, including details on available research groups, application process, fees and funding opportunities see the Population Health website.

How to Apply

The deadline for the DPhil course is 10 January 2014. After this date, please contact the department directly to find out if applications are still being accepted.

The standard set of materials you should send with any application to a research course comprises:

In addition to the standard documents above, applicants to the DPhil in Population Health should provide two (2) relevant academic essays or other writing samples from their most recent qualification of 2,000 words each, or 2,000-word extracts of longer work.

The research proposal for applicants to the DPhil in Population Health above should normally be two pages in length, covering areas such as the background to the research, methodology, expected results and the contribution to the field of learning.

Please follow the detailed instructions in the Application Guide, and consult the Public Health website for any additional guidance.

Taught programmes

MSc in Global Health Science

Course Code |  003370
  • Length of programme: One year full time
  • Core courses:
    • Challenges in Global Health
    • Health Policy and Public Health
    • Statistical Concepts for Global Health
    • Principles of Epidemiology
  • Optional courses:
    • Health Economics
    • Vaccinology
    • Tropical Medicine
    • International Development
    • Maternal and Child Health
    • Health Environment and Development
  • Programme specification External link

How to Apply

The deadline for this course is 10 January 2014

The standard set of materials you should send with any application to a taught course comprises:

Please follow the detailed instructions in the Application Guide, and consult the Public Health website for any additional guidance.

Academic resources

Knowledge Centre

Based in the research building in Roosevelt Drive,
Old Road Campus, Headington, Oxford OX3 7LF

Cairns Library

Situated in the John Radcliffe Hospital

Radcliffe Science Library

Academic staff profiles

Information on academic staff profiles External link

Graduate destinations

Careers in national and international public health research and management.

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ghs@dph.ox.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main areas of research interests

Research interests on the Population Health website External link


Selection criteria

Details of the selection criteria used to assess applicants are available via the Population Health website:

 

English language requirements

Higher level


Funding/awards
  • MRC studentship
  • ExxonMobil Scholarship in Global Health Science

 

Number of applicants
2012/13
Research degrees

59

Taught degrees

238

 

Number of places available
2013/14
Research degrees

10

Taught degrees

25

 

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