Public Health: Chiedza Machingaidze
Chiedza Machingaidze graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master of Public Health in 2014. Now, Chiedza works at WHO as a data analyst in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.
Public Health: Aung Ko Win
Aung Ko Win (MPH 2009, PhD 2014, GCert Teaching 2016) is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Since graduating, Aung has received an Early Career Fellowship from the National Health and Medical.
Public Health: Charlotte Ramage
Charlotte Ramage graduated with a Bachelor of Biomedicine and Master of Public Health from the University of Melbourne.
Public Health: Chelsea Brown
Chelsea Brown is an epidemiologist currently working with the WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis and the Neuroepidemiology Unit within the Centre of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Melbourne.
The University of Melbourne offers a wide range of coursework and short course programs for graduates interested in undertaking further study.
Advance your career and pursue a personal or professional area of interest with CAP. University of Melbourne alumni receive a 20% discount on the standard fee for undergraduate single subject or Community Access Programs.
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If you are interested in joining the program for 2020, please email your expression of interest to email@example.com
In 2018, the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health successfully piloted a mentoring program for final year Master of Public Health students. The school is pleased to announce the continuation of the program in 2019. Mentoring is a mutually beneficial partnership in which both individuals grow and develop through the process of sharing and listening.
By connecting each student who is accepted into the program with an experienced graduate of the school, this program aims to maximise the preparation and capacity of students of the MPH to enter the workforce, as well as providing alumni with an enriching experience.
The program is a one-year, semi-structured program which will consist of two training workshops throughout the year, as well as regular communication, and a monthly face-to-face meeting between pairs. Mentors and mentees will be matched according to common areas of interest and experience, as well as geography and preferences for meeting arrangements.
There are many ways to support the research, students and academics of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.
If you wish to support the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences please go to the Faculty’s online giving form.
Donations of AU $2.00 or more are tax deductible.
MDHS Scholarship Fund
Scholarships and bursaries provided by the Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Scholarships Fund are awarded on the basis of financial need, disadvantage and/or prior academic achievement. They provide life-transforming, equitable access to education.