Graduate Degree & Funding description
The Graduate Program in Health (specialized field in Health Policy & Equity) is intended for graduates from a variety of disciplines, including programs related to social policy, social justice and human rights as well as policy practitioners and professionals interested in pursuing a research oriented graduate degree.
have completed a Masters degree with B+ average or equivalent for all enrolled graduate courses upon the commencement of the program. International applicants can refer to the international credentials information for your country. The degree is ideally be in a field related to health such as health policy, health management or health informatics. Related disciplines include but are not limited to: equity studies, sociology, psychology, political science, management, nursing to name a few. (Applicants will arrange to have 2 official transcripts in sealed envelopes directly mailed from every post-secondary institution, including univesities and colleges, to the Admissions Office at York University. Current or past students York University are not required to submit York transcripts.)
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
York offers competitive funding to all qualified graduate studentsYork University is committed to promoting excellence in research and teaching for graduate students.
Training opportunities and funding are provided through research assistantships in the student's field of study, teaching assistantships with relevant undergraduate programs and/or graduate assistantships with faculty members or research units.
At the time of offer of admission, qualified graduate students are provided with a guaranteed funding package for the duration of their program.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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