The University of Sydney School of Public Health

The University of Sydney School of Public Health researchers, academics and graduates play a major role in shaping the future of healthcare in Australia and overseas. Our public health programs are developed and taught by leading academics and practitioners addressing the major public health challenges facing communities now and into the future.

In studying with us you will develop your expertise and make a positive contribution to the health and welfare of individuals and the broader community. We welcome students from both health and non-health backgrounds.

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Promoting public health in the Asia Pacific region

Promoting public health in the Asia Pacific region

The University of Sydney has won $4.5m in grants from The Department of Foreign Affairs to lead programs aimed at preventing infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance in Fiji and Vietnam.

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Research

The many pathways to higher degree research

The many pathways to higher degree research

3 higher degree researchers share their stories of how they balance their research with their careers and personal lives.

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Stories from the field

The public health graduate awarded TIME person of the year

The public health graduate awarded TIME person of the year  

In 2014, while working for UNICEF, Vandana was positioned in Sierra Leone's Ebola ‘red zone’ to help fight the biggest health crisis on the planet at the time.

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