UNSW and Apollo India form a new partnership to train India’s next generation of public health leaders

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UNSW and Apollo India form a new partnership to train India’s next generation of public health leaders

A UNSW public health degree launched this week is designed to strengthen the capacity of India’s medical workforce to respond to the major health challenges facing the country.

The partnership between UNSW Australia and Medvarsity – Apollo Hospitals Group’s e-learning venture – will see a new Master of Public Health (International) program(link is external) offered in a fully-online mode in India for the first time. The Apollo Hospitals Group includes 64 hospitals and 1500 pharmacies as well as several hundred primary care and diagnostic clinics. UNSW is a top ranked global university and the degree will be offered through UNSW Medicine, one of the world’s top 50 medical schools.The flexible program is delivered fully online so that busy clinicians can keep working as they achieve this qualification.

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