Note to Applicants from Mainland China

The Rollins School of Public Health is committed to supporting all applicants for admission. We are currently monitoring the recent Coronavirus outbreak in China. Our thoughts are with students and families currently impacted by this situation. We understand that all testing has been cancelled during the month of February as per the National Education Examinations Authority of China. We encourage applicants from mainland China who have not yet taken the GRE and/or TOEFL to register for March exams, if possible. As the situation continues to evolve and we receive further information regarding testing availability in China, we will be in touch with applicants.

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Theresa Bailey

"The men and women who are my faculty here are incredibly talented. Being able to say that I have meaningful conversations and troubleshoot problems with Dean Curran, or being around people who have been paramount in establishing protocols for the elimination of smallpox, or developed diabetes research that is revolutionizing how people think about chronic disease in India is incredible!"

Theresa Bailey
James W. Curran Scholar
Global Health, Community Health and Development Track, MPH ‘19
Certificate in Socio-Contextual Determinants of Health


WHY LEARN AT ROLLINS?

Students learn and work alongside prominent, award-winning faculty, public health experts, and thrive with peers in a collaborative, non-competitive culture.

We are home to 26 centers of research, impacting public health locally and globally, with more than $70 M annually received in research funding.

The Rollins experience takes students beyond the classroom from day one. Our students gain public health career experience working within local, national and international communities.

Join the robust Emory network in the public health capital, Atlanta and gain access to 10,000+ alumni worldwide who offer mentorship that aids in career development.

We want to learn more about you! INTRODUCE YOURSELF and we will send you information about us.

Questions? Contact us at sphadmissions@emory.edu