Note to Applicants Affected by the Coronavirus Outbreak
GRE Testing Update
The need for a diverse, well-trained work force in public health has never been greater than now. In an effort to support our applicants during this pandemic, the Rollins School of Public Health is making the submission of GRE scores optional for all candidates applying to our MPH and MSPH programs. This option, which will be granted only to applicants applying for fall 2020 and 2021 admission, will help to alleviate some of the challenges students are facing as they apply to our program during the pandemic. Please be sure to visit individual department pages to learn about department requirements and suggested courses. Our holistic review of candidates will continue to lead our evaluation process.
For students who wish to complete the GRE and send along their scores, ETS is providing remote testing options. ETS has introduced a solution for students who have been impacted by the coronavirus to take the GRE® General Test at home. The Rollins School of Public Health will accept these test scores for students who wish to submit them.
The TOEFL iBT® will continue to be a requirement for International Students. The Rollins School of Public Health will accept both the traditional TOEFL and the TOEFL Home Edition. Students are also welcome to submit IELTS scores.
IELTS centers are currently open in over 80 countries.
We welcome your application to the Rollins School of Public Health and hope you will consider joining our community of scholars and public health professionals. The Rollins School of Public Health is contributing greatly to the efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. We invite you to read about our on-going research and efforts in this area.
The Rollins School of Public Health will accept the IELTS Indicator Score for students applying for the fall of 2021. Applicants should use the following name when sending IELTS Indicator scores to Rollins: Emory University Rollins School of Public Health