1. Preliminary evaluation and selection :
The admissions process at the School of Public Health is highly selective. The Admissions Committee employs a holistic admission process in which every single application is given a thorough review.
The preliminary evaluation and selection process for admission is based solely on information submitted by the applicant for inclusion in his/her application. Therefore, it is to the applicant's advantage to thoroughly prepare and submit all application material.
A selection committee goes through every application and evaluates the total background of a candidate as well as particular strengths and weaknesses. Following preliminary selection, short listed candidates are called for an admission test.
2. Admission test:
Short listed candidates need to take a written test consisting of MCQ questions to test their competence in math (50 marks) and English (50 marks).In order to prepare for the test, students are advised to look up GRE question format. The final selection of candidates is done based on written test results. Applicants are notified of selection or denial to the program through e-mails or phone calls within one week of written test.