Overview

The Western Sydney Sexual Health (WSSH) is an internationally renowned research and teaching centre within the University of Sydney specialising in infectious disease aspects of sexual health. Our teaching courses on sexually transmitted infections and HIV are taken by a wide range of doctors, other healthcare workers, laboratory scientists and public health practitioners. We foster an active research environment targeting a number of important areas, including sexually transmitted infectious diseases, immunological responses to STIs, anogenital cancers, novel diagnostic technologies and health service delivery issues.

Students may enrol in a specific Stream (Counselling, Public Health, Nursing, Laboratory or Medicine) in one of the following:

Students who successfully complete the MHSSH degree with a Credit grade (or higher) may apply for consideration to enrol in an intercalated MPhil degree program. Those who successfully complete their MPhil may use this as a one year contribution towards a three year PhD program.

Depending on their background, students may also enrol in a specific unit of study. Each application is reviewed on its merit.

Students come from a wide range of backgrounds and countries, helping us build a thriving and stimulating academic community.