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Public Health Scholarships

Washington University in St. Louis - Brown School

Deadline

March 1, 2013

School Location

St. Louis, Missouri

The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis creates positive social change through its path-breaking research and educational excellence.

The School offers doctoral, Master of Social Work, and Master of Public Health degrees.

About the Award

The Master of Public Health program at Washington University's Brown School offers full-tuition, merit-based, and partial scholarships to top students who have demonstrated academic achievement, leadership, and commitment to improve the health of individuals, communities, and populations locally, nationally and internationally.

Current and returned Peace Corps Volunteers are provided special consideration for the full-tuition community and population health scholarships.

Qualifications

Current and returned Peace Corps Volunteers are provided special consideration for the public health and community and population health scholarships.

The Master of Public Health Program is rooted in an innovative curriculum that uses problem-based learning approaches to help students understand and apply principles to address public health challenges. The MPH program delivers a solid foundation of core competencies in public health and is designed to provide opportunities for developing analytical, leadership, and team building skills. The faculty has strengths in areas of global health, health behavior, health economics, social determinants of health, epidemiology, and biostats.

Award Amount

partial - full-tution

Application Instructions

For more information and to apply, email rsigg@wustl.edu;  phone: 314.935.4382; website: www.brownschool.wustl.edu.

Applications are processed on a rolling basis.

March 1, 2013 is the general scholarship deadline.

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