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MHLP Online Information Session – April 2022

Thursday, April 7, 2022

Eager to develop and accelerate your career? Register today for an online information session to learn more about UBC’s Master of Health Leadership and Policy (MHLP) professional master’s degree, and to have your questions answered live by our expert student recruitment specialist.

The MHLP online information session is for health-care professionals looking to further their studies beginning in January 2023. The information session will take you through the admission process, and share exclusive information on how to submit a strong application. Additionally, join our student recruitment specialist for a live question and answer period.

Register now:

  • Learn what the MHLP professional degree can do for your career
  • Explore the MHLP specializations, and find the right fit for your professional goals
  • Get immediate answers to your questions, directly from our student recruitment specialist

MHLP Online Information Session

Date: Thursday, April 7, 2022

Time: 8:00AM Pacific Daylight Time

REGISTER NOW to secure your place using the form below.

You will receive an email one week in advance of the online information session, with instructions to log-on via Zoom webinars.

If you can’t make this date, not to worry—join us for our upcoming MEL MHLP Virtual Open House on May 7, 2021.

We’ll take you through the application and admissions process, and share some exclusive information on how to submit a strong application.

MHLP Online Information Session - April 2022

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