GHP offers a Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Global Health

The program equips students with research expertise capable of providing scientific evidence to solve pressing public health issues. Featuring a full English program comprised entirely of international students, we encourage our students to act locally and think globally. GHP also allows the possibility for you to publish your results by giving you access to a supply of rich research resources. The GHP allows you to have an enriching education with interesting fieldwork, a graduate degree, and the opportunity to have a real impact.The Global Health Program (GHP) is a CEPH accredited program targeting international talent.

 

CPH is committed to providing an interesting and thought-provoking academic experience, preparing students with the necessary skills and knowledge applicable to critical health issues worldwide. The program will equip you with the methodology and skills to kick start your career in a global health context or help build upon your current skills. We aim to prepare students to become independent investigators in academic and non-academic research institutions, and emphasizes contributions to theory and basic sciences.

 

The College of Public Health are members or have affiliations with the following organizations. 

ASPPH (Association for Schools and Programs of Public Health)

 

The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) is a 501c3 membership organization located in Washington, DC.

“Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of members by advancing leadership, excellence, and collaboration for academic public health. Our members are CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health as well as schools and programs in applicant status for CEPH-accreditation. ASPPH is the voice of accredited academic public health, representing schools and programs accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).”

 

What is CEPH Accreditation?

 

The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) is the nationally recognized accrediting body for both schools of public health and public health programs. National Taiwan University is the first CEPH-accredited program across all of Asia.

 

"CEPH-accredited schools and programs offer the following key benefits to students:

  • Comprehensiveness: The CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health provide a variety of degrees in public health, including undergraduate, masters' and doctoral degrees in a number of area of study.

  • Rigor: Each CEPH-accredited school and program goes through a rigorous accreditation process on a regular basis to assure students of a quality educational experience.

  • Flexibility: Many CEPH- accredited schools and programs of public health offer online programs, dual degree programs and executive programs.

  • Qualification: Eligibility to sit for the Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam, administered by the National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE).

  • Opportunity: Eligibility for public health internships and fellowships sponsored by various federal agencies, as well as student assistance resources that are available only through accredited schools and programs.

  • Recognition: Because CEPH-accredited schools and programs are peer-reviewed, students can be sure their institution has met the standards established by CEPH."

For further details please refer to the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health website.

 

The Global Health Program is designed for international students. Should you wish to join National Taiwan University, College of Public Health as a Taiwanese citizen please refer to the Master of Public Health Program National Taiwan University.

 

KEY ACADEMIC FACULTY MEMBERS OF GHP

 

College of Public Health

 

    Shou-Hsia        Cheng

Dean

Chuhsing Kate Hsiao

Associate Dean

    Yawen              Cheng

Associate Dean

Yaw-Huei Hwang

Associate Dean

  

   Global Health Program

    Hsien-Ho

    Lin

Director

Chin-Kuo Chang

Associate Director

   Raymond     N. Kuo

 

Associate Director
Wan-Chen Lee
Associate Director

 

  Chang-        Chuan        Chan

Professor

Shu-Sen Chang

Professor

    Andrei           Akhmetzhanov
Assistant Professor

Po-Han
Lee
Assistant Professor

 

    Chen-I Kuan

Assistant Professor

JhuCin (Rita) Jhang

Project Assistant Professor

 

 

Adjunct Faculty Members

 

Ray-Yu Yang

Adjunct Associate Professor  

Umin Itei

Adjunct Associate Professor  

日宏煜

Allen Lai Adjunct Professor Rank Specialist Meng Hsuan Ann Lin Adjunct Associate Professor Rank Specialist

Sifo Lakaw

Adjunct Instructor Rank Specialist

Jenny Hsieh

Adjunct Instructor Rank Specialist

Wan-Ting Huang Adjunct Instructor      

Joint Appointment Faculty

Kai-Lih Liu

Adjunct Associate Professor Rank Specialist

     

 

 

 

           
             
             

 

Other faculty members in the College of Public Health can be found here .

Our curriculum features professors and public health professionals from all over the world! Here are a few:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We would like to introduce to you a new, exciting CPH Inclusion, Diversity & Equality (InDiE) Initiative, which aims to eventually promote the InDiE awareness in all policies and the various aspects of university life.

 

We hope to support student-led activities and promote collaborations among CPH students. Thus, we invite proposals for funded events/activities, including but not limited to:

 

Participating in and/or promoting local activism events;
Health justice-related seminars;
Photo exhibitions and/or photo essay competitions;
NTU-GHP and/or CPH blog sites;
Student-run online magazine and/or symposiums;
Holidays-related cultural events;
Students’ rights and workers’ rights campaigns;
GHP’s social media visibility (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.);
Postgraduate conferences on global health-related issues;
Mental health awareness, literacy, and promotion events;
Inter-cohort WiP (work-in-progress) forums and/or roundtables.
 

If interested, please submit the National Taiwan University Global Health Program InDiE Fund Application Form to the GHP via: ntumgh@ntu.edu.tw. The applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Please contact Prof Po-Han Lee (pohanlee@ntu.edu.tw) should you have any inquiry or feedback regarding this Initiative.

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

All best wishes,

 

College of Public Health

 

 

InDiE Orientation: download

Application Form: download

Distinguished Alumni 

 

 

 

Jaylynn Ellington 

Period of Study: 8/2019-2/2021

Country: USA

 

I currently work as a gender, racial, and health specialist at the Caribbean Disaster Management Agency( as a Fulbrighter). I will be attending law school for a Juris Doctors in fall 2022

 

I think the program allows students to venture into different fields of public health and that’s how I found out that I really enjoy doing disaster management! For that I’m really appreciative of the global health program and definitely want them to continue allowing people to explore different pathways.

 

At an National Taiwan University I explore the intersectionality between global health and disaster management. I wanted to apply the knowledge gained during my master degree to other disenfranchised communities in the Caribbean.

 

 

 

Josemyrne Ashley Faure

Period of Study: 8/2019-2/2021

Country: Haiti

 

I am currently a Medical Doctor and manager of the nutrition programme in Moissala, Chad for Doctors Without Borders (MSF, France)

 

In Global Health Program, Aal the classes we took were helpful, really like our trip to Japan and the SHE class, and our indigenous class and trip. I suggest we have more statistics and epidemiology class (more hours ).

 

The earthquake in 2010 in my country made me realized that I needed to be helpful for the people in my country and worldwide for that I dedicated myself to medicine. During my study at NTU GHP I applied for the job at Doctors Without Borders to work in humanitarian emergencies and help communities in need. The GHP program made me realize I can do more and I need to do more. 

 

 

Erica Conway

Period of Study: 8/2019-2/2021

Country: USA

 

I am the health program associate in Epidemiology Dept Alaska state health dept. I process COVID-19 data and provide COVID-19 testing data analytics to improve the quality of covid data. I plan to pursue a PhD in Epidemiology in the future.

 

I applied to 3 positions after graduation, and took the first job that I was offered. I am currently looking for a more challenging position in the field of Epidemiology but I am happy that I've gotten a job in the field I want to pursue. I believe with the masters degree I received from GHP will allow me to pursue higher positions and a PhD program in the future.