University of Sydney International Health course
University of Sydney Independent Learning Activity students International Health Course
Up to 5 students will be able to undertake the Masters of Public Health course entitled ‘International Health’ PUBH 5113. The course aims to give students an insight into the realities of prevention and control of diseases and injury. It also covers health promotion in developing country populations and is based on real examples, presented by a wide range of people with direct practical experience. It also covers a variety of issues in health and development disease prevention and control and healthy services in developing country settings.
There are two hours of lectures per week for eight weeks and a one day workshop and one day of student presentations. Students will be expected to actively participate and complete the assessments (essay and presentation) for the unit in order to satisfy the requirements of their ILA. Further detail about the course can be found here: www.health.usyd.edu.au/future/coursework/unitsofstudy/uos_PUBH5113.pdf
Applying: Expressions of interest should be sent to
University of Sydney student enquiries:
Professor Robert Cumming
School of Public Health