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Admission Notice- IIHMR University Announces Admission to MPH 2016
IIHMR University invites application for admission to Master of Public Health (MPH) for the academic session 2016-17. The degree is offered by Johns Hopkins University, USA.
Established in 1984 in Jaipur, IIHMR is the first of its kind in India, with attention solely focused on health systems management. Recognized by Department of Science & Technology , Ministry of Finance and Government of India as a Research Institution. Accredited by International Hospital Federation & Association of University Programmes in Health Administration.
Graduates with at least 2 years of health related experience. (work experience is waived off for Ph.D. and MBBS candidates.
Standard Test Scores - GRE/GMAT
Waived off for MBBS and Master’s degree (any discipline). However, quantitative skills must be demonstrated.
The tuition fee is USD 22000 only. Students will be provided scholarships for travel and stay to attend 2-week courses at the johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Download Pre-Screening questionnaire from the official website. Send completed pre-screening questionnaire with updated CV at email@example.com latest by May 15, 2016. Approval status will be informed by the IIHMR/JHSPH within 2 weeks of submission of a Pre-screening questionnaire. Meanwhile, the applicant should prepare for credentialing of transcripts, 3 letters of recommendations and personal statements.
-On receiving approval, start the online application on SOPHAS portal, and follow the instructions given.
- For further details: Refine the search on the portal to look for Program details and fill the online application accordingly.
Submit the completed online application through SOPHAS portal as soon as possible, not later than July 1, 2016.
For more information go the official website of the university.
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