Career outcome for graduate students (MSc and PhD)

What happens after you graduate?

One year after our Master's and doctoral students graduate, the Faculty of Health conducts a survey to find out where our alumni end up being employed. This is completed annually.

 100% of our surveyed graduates say that their graduate experience was valuable to their career. 


Examples of job titles 

(MSc and PhD graduates from 2020):

  • Wellness manager
  • Research analyst 
  • Technical lead
  • Registered midwife
  • Postdoctoral fellow

Examples of alumni employers:

  • Six Nations Health Services
  • International Centre for Diarrhoreal Disease Research
  • Communitech
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
MSc and PhD Public Health and Health Systems alumni survey participants earn $60,000-$100,000 just ONE YEAR after graduation
MSc and PhD Public Health and Health Systems alumni survey participants earn $40,000 - $60,000 just ONE YEAR after graduation
 

Testimonials

"You need a master's now - undergraduate degrees are not enough. I wanted a career in health and working with older adults which is why I picked this program."

- MSc survey participant, Spring 2018

"This program has helped me get the job I always wanted; without this degree I would not be doing what I am today."

- MSc Public Health and Health Systems participant, Spring 2018
 

 "I really enjoyed that the School of Public Health Sciences was filled with grad students from various backgrounds. It allowed me to learn about various perspectives on the same topic. I also felt very supported by my supervisor during my time at the School."

-Graduate student alumni survey participant, Spring 2021