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Scholarships for Certificate in Public Health

December 05, 2013 at 12:25 PM

This is a great opportunity for workers in Health NGOs and Publoic health workers in not for profit to get a certificate in Public Health.

If you are currently working in the public or primary health-care sector and would like to get a qualification that strengthens your skills and practice, then the new national certificate in Public Health (CertPubHlth) is the right learning programme for you.  

Not only is the programme designed to be flexible to fit in with your availability and your areas of interests, there are 200 study grants available for staff to help meet the costs of the course.  

This is the first time the Ministry is able to provide fees grants to cover the costs of the CertPubHlth being offered by the Massey University School of Public Health in 2014.

The only thing you have to do is get your application into us by 23 January 2014.

For more detailed information you can visit 

You can also contact  for further queries

For more information download this flyer

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