Wish to persue MPH in canada ..Is it possible to study Masters of Public Health in Canada without work experience?
Asked by Rajnish Sinha 11 months ago
Canada has become a popular destination nowadays among students because of its unique educational system and leadership in health and medicine. So while work experience may vary from university to university, I believe it is not usually required for MPH. Likewise, international students do not need work experience to be admitted to Canada. Nevertheless, it can be helpful to your application, particularly if your professional background aligns with the MS field you want to study.
From one institution to another, professional expertise has different weights. While some colleges favour candidates with relevant experience, others don't care. Finally, however, the institutions do give the work consideration.
The type of work experience and "relevance" are the determining factors in everything. If you can demonstrate the necessary knowledge in your resume and personal statement and explain to the admissions committee the projects you worked on while working for the company, you will be admitted. In that situation, you can anticipate receiving bonus points for your application.
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