The cost to enroll in a Public Health U module for students in Low- and Middle-Income Countries is $70 (Admin fee). After completing 8 modules, students are eligible for a diploma-level award. You may even be eligible to take the Dissertation (additional cost of $140) to gain the Master's award.
Total Cost (Diploma): $560
Total Cost (Masters) $700
For those who wish to obtain the EUCLID MPH, there will be an additional payment of $300 (payable on graduation).
Note: There are limited opportunities for students from High-Income Countries to enroll. Public Health U utilizes the World Bank classification of countries based on their gross national income (GNP) per capita. From the list provided in this document, only half of them (1-29) will be considered high-income countries with limited enrollment. Students from any of these countries (1-29) will therefore pay the administrative fee of $300 per module and $600 for the Dissertation (please see the list below for reference). Fees are higher to subsidize our infrastructure and keep the fees low for students from low-income or middle-income countries. Students from high-income countries listed 1-29 on the World Bank list must receive approval from Administration before enrolling in the Master´s program.
High Income Countries
Instructions about the payment method will be sent when your application is approved. Please read the Public Health U Financial Policies carefully.
There are 3 methods of payment:
1. Credit Card: Payment can be made online through Stripe. The URL to make the payment is https://mphcourses.nextgenu.org/course/pay.php?sid=YOUR SID.
2. Bank Transfer: You can transfer money via bank wire transfer. An invoice with account details can be requested at email@example.com. If you pay via bank wire transfer, please, send a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org so that your profile can be updated.
3. Paypal: You also have the option of paying via Paypal. You will find the link to the Paypal interface here: https://mphcourses.nextgenu.org/course/pay.php?sid=YOUR SID.
Note: You have to replace “YOUR SID” with your SID number (four digits). To locate your SID, log on to the course website by clicking here: https://mphcourses.nextgenu.org/course/student.php
Above your grade, you will see: “Most recent Registration Number (SID): XXXX”. This is Your SID. Copy the number, paste it next to the link, and copy the entire link to proceed with the payment.
Video: How to find your SID and pay your administrative fee.
Scholarships, teaching assistantships, and bursaries are available to ensure that cost is not a barrier!
Please read the following information carefully.
Teaching Assistantships are offered based on a skills test and require a time commitment of 5-10 hours per week. Students must have passing grades in all courses to apply.
Scholarships are available for students with grades over 85%. New students must provide documentation of a grade over 85% in their last degree. Current students must have passed MPH courses at Public Health U at 85%. Limited slots are available.
A limited number of bursaries are offered to new students who have a high commitment to continuing public health and global work and are interested in volunteer tutoring in the Public Health U program after they complete their first semester of courses. Students must have passing grades in all courses to apply.
You can contact us through this form for more information.