School of Population Health

BIPH Information for Current Students

The UNSW Bachelor of International Public Health (BIPH) (3880) is a three-year degree, which can be taken partly on campus in Sydney or fully online, at a flexible pace (full or part time). The course material has been developed by the world's leading universities; UNSW Sydney, and Arizona State University (USA) and provides a pathway into a public health career. The BIPH provides an innovative global program by meeting the needs of students wherever they are based. Students who undertake the BIPH will develop the capacities required to succeed in a career in health both domestically and internationally.

Information for current students

This section provides students enrolled in the BIPH with information related to their program of study:

Enrolment - Access information on accepting an offer, enrolment steps for new and continuing students, course selection, orientation, Moodle and support.

Key Dates - Key dates for Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 for UNSW Sydney and ASU.

Course Offerings - List of BIPH courses on offer at UNSW and ASU with links to individual course descriptions and class details.

Course Progression - Suggested course progression for your intake.

Credit Transfer - Credit transfer (otherwise known as ‘recognised prior learning’ or RPL) acknowledges previous learning at another tertiary institution or in another UNSW degree, completed successfully within the previous 10 years. Credit transfer may be granted as advanced standing.

FAQs - Questions answered on program structure, courses, enrolment, support and results.