Statement of Purpose and Objectives
Your personal statement must be your own original work. Furnishing false or incomplete information, including plagiarism on any part of your personal statement or in any related application materials, will result in an automatic rejection of your application. (Brief quotes are permissible if accompanied by quotation marks and a reference to the source of the quote.)
Your statement is intended to give you the opportunity to submit a tailored narrative which will describe your education, experience, and professional career objectives. Include your interest in the degree or training program to which you are applying. If appropriate, address the evolution of your professional interest in public health. Explain how studying in the program you have selected will prepare you to make positive, constructive contributions to your chosen area of work.
There are no formal word count or page limitations; however, we recommend that you limit your personal statement to three pages or less.