Application deadlines: October 15, 2020
The Master of Science in International Health (MScIH) focuses on poverty-related health problems in low and middle income countries. The programme aims to provide students with a solid foundation in international public health principles and to equip them with the knowledge and competencies necessary to run and initiate sustainable programmes for disease control, health promotion, and health services development across a wide range of populations and countries.
HOW TO APPLY
From submitting your application online to receiving and accepting an offer, you’ll find everything you need to know about admission to the Master of Science in International Health here.
All applications should be submitted online. Paper-based applications cannot be considered. Download the application checklist to have all the required supporting documents ready for your online application.
A successful applicant for admission to the Master of Science in International Health will hold a four-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualification, at least 240 ECTS) in a Public Health relevant discipline (medical degrees and others). Prospective students are also expected to have at least one year of relevant work experience, including Public Health experience in low- and middle-income settings. Admission to the course is restricted. Please consult the Admission Regulations for further details.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
Before entering the MScIH programme, prospective students will need to have reached a certain minimum level of English language proficiency in one of the following:
|580 paper-based||237 computer-based||92-93 internet-based||6.5 overall band score|
Only original score reports from authorised test centres are accepted!
The English language requirements may also be satisfied by successful completion of tertiary studies, or equivalent qualification, if the language of instruction and assessment was English. Applicants with previous study in English need to provide academic transcripts and an official letter from the institution to certify that English was the sole or principal language of instruction.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides a number of scholarships to international students pursuing higher education in Germany. A limited number of scholarships are available for students pursuing development-related postgraduate courses such as the MScIH programme at Heidelberg University.
Applications for the Master of Science in International Health with DAAD scholarship request are administered by the Institute of Global Health.
To be eligible for the EPOS scholarship your last academic degree may not be older than 6 years. For more detailed information on application requirements and country-specific application procedures, please see the DAAD scholarship database.
Applications should to be submitted online between 15 May and 15 October of the year preceding the commencement of Master’s programme.
Late and incomplete applications cannot be considered. All applications have to be submitted online. Hardcopy applications will not be considered.
Please note that you must include your DAAD scholarship application form and any other documents (if applicable) as part of your MScIH online application. You do not have to submit your supporting documents twice.
The selection process for DAAD scholarships starts in October. Candidates will be informed about the outcome of their application by February. Although the Institute of Global Health can nominate candidates for scholarships, the final decision lies with the DAAD.
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