During my capstone, I became close to our Gender and Women’s Health research group where we could share our experiences, learn from each other, and work with some of the best people in the field...
My skills in academic writing, research, and dissemination of information have grown which only a Masters program can achieve. I also gained a lot from different topic areas which can be interrelated to my work in Indigenous health even though they may not seem to be connected at the surface.
Jack (Dorjjantsan) Ganbaatar
My course has helped me to expand my horizons and develop my skills in social determinants of health, showing how social status and identity could create huge disparities resulting in inequality and inequity in health among communities.
The best part of the MPH is that you will have the advantage of being taught by world-class leaders and academics, chose from an array of course streams offering a variety of electives providing you with the freedom to tailor your degree based upon your career interests, and above all the develop employability skills and attributes essential for any career in public health.
Rana Islamiah Zahroh
Being part of Gender and Women’s Health cohort has really opened my eyes on issues around structural inequalities and racism that people are often receiving based on their identity, gender and sex, especially as a woman.
I came out of this degree with a well-rounded understanding of how health policy is made and what kind of conditions influence health outcomes...
One piece of advice I'd give to potential students is to keep an open mind and step out of your comfort zone when it comes to subject selection throughout your degree. You may find yourself gravitating towards a stream you never thought you'd be passionate about...