If you’re one of our population health research students, this page provides you with key information, resources and links to help you manage your study.
Learn about the annual progress review procedure.
Annual progress reviews are an opportunity for you and your supervisor to reflect on, review and forward plan your research. It’s designed to be a positive and productive experience. Learn all about the annual progress review process for new and continuing research candidates.
For further details on doing postgraduate research at UNSW, contact the Graduate Research School (GRS). The GRS is the central administration and support unit for all higher degree research candidates at UNSW. Whether you’re a current research candidate or a prospective one thinking about your research career, you’ll find the information you need on postgraduate research degrees at UNSW.
If you have completed a coursework Masters degree from the School of Population Health, you will be considered for entry to our PhD program if you have a suitable research proposal and the agreement of two potential supervisors, in addition to other criteria.
The School of Population Health (SPH) offers a unique Professional Doctorate in Applied Public Health (DrPH) which is designed to be delivered in partnership with a suitable health workplace. The DrPH as a qualification is aimed at strengthening practitioner based knowledge and practice with graduates able to generate and use evidence within the context of real-world challenges and priorities.
Postgraduate Research Officer
School of Population Health
F: +61 2 9313 6185