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Postgraduate study

The Department is committed to keeping in touch with its alumni and is developing an engaged, active and growing alumni community.

NDPH Alumni Policy

NDPH aims to provide a forum to update alumni on the department’s research highlights; to offer career development events designed for health research graduates and to invite alumni back to the department to inspire our current ambitious students. This is in addition to membership benefits of the University of Oxford Alumni.

Who is it for?

The NDPH alumni community is open to graduates from the:

  • MSc Global Health Science
  • DPhil in Public Health
  • DPhil in Population Health
  • MRes Public Health

What does it do?

The Department aims to produce biannual alumni newsletters and at least one main event each year for alumni members. The first annual Graduate Careers Day took place in June 2017 during which an alumni panel discussed their career development since graduating from Oxford, shared inspirational stories and mingled with current students over lunch.

What doesn’t it do?

The Department will not contact its alumni members to ask for donations or to raise funds.

How do I get involved?

If you would like to let your fellow alumni know where you are, showcase your achievements on the department’s website or offer to give a talk to our students please contact either the Graduate Studies Office or one of the Directors of Graduate Studies, Sasha Shepperd (DPhil) or Sarah Lewington (MSc). We’d love to hear from you.

what's on

Meeting Minds in Oxford

Alumni Weekend
15-17th September 2017
Booking opened in June 

PAST EVENTS

Graduate Careers Day
Thursday 1st June 2017
Venue: Richard Doll Building
Time: 10.00 - 14.30

Programme

Newsletters

Newsletter 1

        January 2017