Master in Public Health (MPH)

Cyprus University of Technology
14-26 months
Full time/part time
Master's degree
Scholarships available
Online / Distance
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About this program

Master in Public Health (MPH)

Our interdisciplinary Master’s programme in Public Health (MPH), offered by the Cyprus International Institute of Environmental and Public Health (CII), has been designed for anyone wants to make a difference in the field and develop practical skills for their future. Its primary aim is to train health professionals and new graduates of a wide range of relevant disciplines (e.g. biology, mathematics, medicine, nursing, psychology) in acquiring the technical and soft skills demanded by the public health sector in the 21st century.

The unique structure of the MPH programme allows for the acquisition of core practical skills in key areas of public health science and practice, as well as for specialization in a one of the two offered concentrations (Environmental Health OR Epidemiology & Biostatistics), thereby providing depth and breadth to the postgraduate studies that each of our students would like to pursue.

Admission requirements

Applicants should hold a bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent and have a background in health sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, mathematics or another relevant a discipline.

Applicants must have an accredited Bachelor’s degree, awarded by an accredited institution in the country where it operates, or an equivalent to Bachelor’s degree as judged by the Cyprus Council for the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications (KYSATS). Undergraduate students that are about to graduate can apply for a master’s programme, considering that they expect to receive their Bachelor’s degree before commencement of the master’s programme.

English is the primary working language at the Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health (CII). Accordingly, the Master’s programme in Public Health (MPH) is taught and assessed in English. Candidates would therefore need to provide a proof of English proficiency

Proof of English proficiency*: clearly stated in the degree certificate or transcript or in a confirmation letter from your university), OR G.C.E O-Level / I.G.C.S.E exams with a grade of at least C, OR ELTS/ IELTS with grade of at least 6.5, OR ΤOEFL with grade of at least 580 (paper-based test)/82 (internet-based test).

For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.

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Program content

1st Semester – Fall (September-December)

  • Basic Epidemiology
  • Basic Biostatistics for Public Health
  • Health Informatics
  • Research Ethics in Public Health
  • Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Resistance

2nd Semester – Spring (January – May)

  • Health Education and Promotion
  • Health Economics and Policy
  • Applied Methods for Public Health
  • Environmental Health Evaluation
  • Advanced Biostatistical Methods
  • Environment and Population Health
  • Global Health

3rd Semester – Fall (June – November)

  • Thesis

Scholarships & funding

Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.

Program delivery

All taught modules are comprised of in-class lectures/seminars/tutorials (each of two to three hours duration), in addition to self-study (e.g. homework).

The master’s dissertation/thesis is supervised by at least one member of the programme’s faculty with relevant expertise to your topic of interest and it may involve field work (i.e. data collection) and/or computer-based data analysis, in addition to self-study (i.e. literature review and writing).


Total Tuition fees: €4100


By the end of the MPH program, students should have acquired the following:

  • A solid understanding of key concepts in identifying risk factors and health indicators for various diseases across different population groups.
  • Practical skills in designing studies, collecting and analyzing data for the purpose of investigating important hypotheses in public health.
  • Knowledge of different behaviors and social structures within a population and how these affect the overall health of the population.
  • Be able to assess the contributions of public health leaders in the administration of health services.
  • Be able to analyze risks and develop strategies to improve public health through a healthier environment and lifestyle and a safer workplace with fewer accidents.

Continuing studies

The programme may also serve as a preparation for further postgraduate studies in a public health-related field at the doctoral (PhD) level and ultimately for an academic career.

Career paths

Potential career paths

The Master program in Public Health will provide knowledge and expertise to a wide range of new graduates and professionals in order to make a difference in their communities and beyond by succeeding in advancing the overall health of populations locally as well as globally.

An MPH degree could open doors far beyond the commonly assumed government career path. It can also serve as a tool to boost an already established career in the health sciences or the healthcare sector. There is a variety of settings in which public health graduates may work:

  • Health department administration, disaster preparedness and public nursing are just three areas in which a public health graduate may work for the government.
  • Whether as a consultant or employee, public health graduates often work for pharmaceutical brands, healthcare organizations or insurance companies.
  • Non-profit roles for public health graduates tend to address gaps in healthcare or specialize in specific populations. For example, a non-profit role may serve minorities or single mothers.
  • Education-related roles often serve as teachers to students in health-related courses at different levels (from primary school to university level).

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Cyprus University of Technology

The Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) was established in 2004 as a public university located on the coastal city of Limassol. Its first students were admitted in 2007 while successfully offering, since then, all 3 levels of degrees i.e. BSc,...

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Cyprus University of Technology

Archiepiskopou Kyprianou 30
3036 Limassol

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