Since its inception in July 2009, the Melbourne School of Health Sciences has embraced the Melbourne Model to create an inter-professional learning community at the forefront of leadership in health sciences education, clinical research, scholarship, professional practice, workforce training and knowledge exchange. The university's international leadership, international rankings, stimulating environment, award-winning teaching and learning, award-winning student support and outstanding career outcomes make for a highly rewarding experience.
The University of Melbourne educates more health professionals than any other Australian university and attracts more national, peer-reviewed medical research funding than any other medical and health sciences faculty in the country.
University of Melbourne Postgraduate Health Sciences Degrees
Master of Health Science
Graduate Diploma in Adolescent Health and Welfare
Master of Genetic Counselling
Graduate Diploma in Genetic Counselling
Master of Audiology (by research)
Master of Primary Health Care (by research)
Master of Nursing (by research)
Master of Biostatistics
Master of Science (Epidemiology)
Master of Social Work
Master of Rural Health (by research)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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