Application

Applications for the 2019 program will be open November 1 (12 am PST) – December 6, 2018 (5 pm PST). We encourage you to gather your necessary supporting documents early, as no late submissions will be accepted after the December 6 deadline.

The admissions committee will notify applicants of their decision by early February, and finalists will be scheduled for an online admissions interview.

Please be prepared to complete the following steps to apply:

  • Complete the online application form
    • 3 short-answer questions limited to 1500 characters each on the following topics (please refer to application for full questions and expectations)
      • How you've used leadership and management skills in the past to affect change
      • A critical challenge you're facing in the workplace you'd like to address
      • Your career goals and how IPPHL might further your career aspirations
  • Upload resume or CV on the application site in PDF form
  • Upload a Letter of Recommendation from your employer on the application site in PDF Form. Your Letter of Recommendation should include:
    • Why IPPHL is a good opportunity for you              
    • A statement of support for your time away from work for the two-week residency in June and the final seminar the week of September 9, 2019
    • A statement of willingness to participate in elements of the program that require input from your organization such as surveys
Apply Here

Applications for the 2019 Cohort will open November 1, 2018

To access the application, you will be prompted to sign in to a Google account. If you do not already have an account, you will be directed to create a free account before continuing to the application.  

Technology Requirements

If admitted, participants must have access to a reliable device such as a desktop computer or laptop. Live course sessions, which are roughly two hours per week during the Pre-Residency and one hour during the Post-Residency, require stable internet, a webcam, speakers, and microphone. We understand the quality and availability of internet is not always certain, and that this may affect participation in some sessions.

U.S. Visa Requirements

To participate in the program, you must be eligible to recieve a J-1 U.S. visa and understand the two-year home country physical presence requirement set by the U.S. Department of State (DOS).

Contact

Inquiries about the International Program in Public Health Leadership may be sent to ipphl@uw.edu