Category: Medicine
Post Date: 31 Mar 2017
  • Course
    Master of Science in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Full-time/ Part-time) 流行病學與生物統計學理學碩士 (全日制/ 兼讀制)
  • College
  • Consultant Company
    JC School of Public Health and Primary Care 賽馬會公共衞生及基層醫療學院
  • Course Code
  • Descriptions
    Our Epidemiology and Biostatistics programmes are the sole graduate programmes of their kind in Hong Kong. Since inception in the 1980s, over 500 health care professionals have graduated from our programmes and moved on to successful medical, health and academic careers. Our teachers, mostly from prestigious universities and academic institutions, have substantial experience in teaching and research, and also possess genuine interest in the personal development of their students.

    World-renowned professors, from leading institutions in the field, are also invited to lecture in the programme. In addition to the traditional topics in epidemiology and biostatistics, our programmes are also highly recognized for their excellence in clinical trials, systematic reviews, and evidence-based medicine.

    Enquiries (852) 2252-8418/ 2252-8754

    Applications will be processed on a rolling basis. Early application is therefore highly advantageous.
    Applicants may apply via the Graduate School website and complete the online application.
  • Start Date
    September 2017
  • Venue
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong香港中文大學
  • Fee
    1 year Full-time: HK$165,600 for 36 credits 2 years Part-time: HK$82,800 (per year) (36 credits in total)
  • Deadline of Application
    Full-time: 1 May 2017 (Final Round) Part-time: 15 Apr 2017 (Priority Round) & 31 May 2017 (Final Round)
  • Seminar
    Date&Time: 31 Mar 2017, 7:00PM Venue: School of Public Health Building, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin Online Registration:
  • Enquiries
  • College Email
  • Enquiries Email
  • Application Email
  • Fax
    (852) 2145 7489
  • Website
  • More Details
  • Application Website
  • Address
    Room 202, 2/F, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, Hong Kong
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