Admission in MPH program for Summer 2020 session is open now. Application Deadline: July 09, 2020. Class start Date: July 17, 2020.


The vision of the MPH program of IUB School of Public Health is to create next generation leaders in public health research and practice with local relevance and global significance.


The mission of our school is to achieve the goals of higher education in Public Health fields and of sustainable development in health, wellbeing and economic fields in the country through a two-way relationship between community and university.
The mission is achieved through:

  1. providing high quality pragmatic education on public health sciences and practice;
  2. conducting cutting-edge research to generate evidence and influence policies; and
  3. collaborating nationally and internationally with leading educational, research and implementing institutes

School of Public Health (SPH)

Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) is successively conducting Master of Public Health (MPH) since 2005 under the strong leadership of Professor Omar Rahman and has created more than 100 alumni who can be found working throughout the world, both in the public and private sectors. In purpose of running a very rigorous program, IUB, MPH has always been selective in student numbers to provide attention to individual students. School of Public Health develops diverse leaders equipped to help solve the health challenges of the 21st century and beyond.

School of Public Health (SPH) has been growing, innovating, discovering, and launching the careers of some of the most accomplished and influential men and women in the field of public health. Today we stand among a select group of public health graduate schools.

Our faculty members are actively engaged in groundbreaking research that informs not only our curriculum and scientific understanding but also public policy. From large, epidemiologic studies to bench science, our research and scholarship continue to improve the overall practice of public health.

Working together, our faculty, staff and students are dedicated to preventing disease, encouraging better health and promoting the common good.