IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE
Because of ongoing disruptions to ETS testing centers around the world that are expected to continue, we are issuing a temporary blanket exemption to the GRE requirement for all fall 2020 applications to master's programs. As of now and until announced otherwise, the GRE is optional and not required for application to any of our master's programs for fall 2020. Fall 2020 coursework for our MPH and MS programs will also be made available entirely online for those who are unable to join us in person, whether due to COVID-19 related issues or any other reason.
Our application review process has not been disrupted and we continue to process applications and issue decisions according to our normal schedule. We are currently accepting fall 2020 applications to our master's programs. Our admissions staff are working and available to assist you during this time. Please use our online appointment scheduling system to make a telephone or virtual appointment with an admissions officer.
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Joy Madubuonwu, BA 2016, Global Public Health and Anthropology
“My time at NYU has shaped me as a person and has changed my trajectory. It is the reason I am who I am and where I am today.’’
Mirtala Sanchez, MPH 2017
“Public health is rooted in social justice and is strongest when activists and local communities are involved. It can empower ordinary people to do extraordinary things. This is why we must take public health where people live, work, learn, and play."
An Investment in Your Future
Thanks to scholarships, loans, employment opportunities and more, GPH is here to help make your calling to become a global public health leader a reality. Learn more about our financial aid resources now.
Agency Courses: Experience Unmatched Networking Possibilities
In the video below, Professor Chris Dickey introduces NYU's innovative Agency Courses - work and study alongside seasoned professionals from UNICEF and the World Food Programme.