Admission is open to students with a professional veterinary or medical qualification or a bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in the biological, biomedical, environmental, or ecological sciences. A successful candidate should demonstrate a sustained interest in One Health, public health, and/or research.
Due to the intensive nature of this degree program, a high level of English proficiency is required and applicants whose native language is not English will be asked to provide evidence of proficiency through test scores and/or education/professional experience in the medium of English.
The Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Postgraduate Admissions Committee reviews MSc in One Health applications throughout the year, accepting students for each September start.
Upon reviewing your application and supporting documents, you may be invited to attend an interview by Skype™ or video conference.
Applicants will be asked to submit the following materials:
- Personal statement (300 words or less) of reasons for wishing to join the MSc in One Health program
- Official transcripts if degree was completed less than 5 years ago
- Proof of graduation if degree was completed more than 5 years ago
- 1 letter of recommendation
- Optional: Letter of support from your current employer
Along with your other materials, the admissions committee will consider your cumulative GPA and the competitiveness of your undergraduate school and curriculum when making its decision.
You may send all materials before, during, or after submitting your online application, but we must receive them before your application can be considered complete. Please upload all materials via the online application or send to:
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Admissions
630 US Highway 1
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Applicants may also email materials to [email protected].
MSc One Health and Certificate in One Health program availability varies by location.