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My name is xxx,i'am sudanese i was graduated from faculty of medicine medical of Khartoum in 2018.i live in Khartoum city since birth and from where i got my education .
I would like to apply for the master's degree in public because I believe in saying prevention better than cure so by prevent diseases and promote health with less cost than treatment alone . As it focus on inter population , not in individual patients or diseases .l knew that considered as interdisciplinary study and provides me with exposure to various other different field such as NGOs work and research ,i'am interested in . I would like to build my experience and make my self more creative and helpful for people with limited resources to improve their health.
In my college i studied community medicine and public health for 5years , during these years I've got courses in : health concept , environmental health ,biostatistics ,epidemiology primary health care ,health information system ,communicable and non communicable disease research methodology ,school health ,occupational health and health economy and management . I did research and rural residency at white nile state as part of community medicine curriculum . In addition to this I've got primary health care as separate subjects in one year course . When i was student i was interested in extracurricular activities and i attended many medical conferences , idid clinical attachment in teaching hospitals . I worked in standing committee of public health in Khartoum university since 2012 . I organized ANTI-TOBACCO program in 2012 . I was traveled to Malaysia for emergency medicine course in 2017 . I had got an opportunity of clinical exchange for medical students but I'am not went because of my 5th year final examination .


My life experience molded me into a hard working ,i had leadership role , high capacity to learn and learn and study for long hours per day .
I'm a very open, social, friendly person, and when it comes to people approaching me I'm totally cool with that , I like knowing new people , I enjoy being around different types of people , It's a lot of fun.
I'm a creative person. I love to read literature , to act, and to perform .
I love to create things with my hands , make the shape of small building and draw , I participated at extracurricular activities and creativeness activities at the university and I like to always challenge myself to improve at everything I do.
My favourite sports are swimming and formula racing .
I speak Arabic , English and l was good in french .


I'am so existed to study in United States as it's home of most prestigious universities and provides diversity in culture ,race , ethnicity so we can learn from one another . From my point of view l consider cultural differences will affect the receptivity of a individual to indivudal education and willingness to accept information and incorporate it into his or her lifestyles.

Upon completion of my master program I would like to to gain more skill in this field by doing my PhD and working in NGOs and I would like to work in teaching field .
I'am convinced that studying master in public health in United States will provides me with the knowledge and skill that I need in my future career. I'am sure i will be successful in this program . Thank you for considering my request . I look forward to your response

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Dear Sir/Madam,

I graduated from the faculty of medicine, Khartoum University in 2018, and I would like to apply for the master's degree in Public Health at your university because I believe that prevention is better than cure. By preventing diseases and promoting health, governments can save money and nations can prosper. This is because the field of public health focuses on entire populations, not individual patients or diseases.

Your master's program is interdisciplinary and would provide me with exposure to various other fields such as working with NGOs and scientific research. I would like to build my experience in this field and pursue a future career that allows me to be creative and helpful to people with limited resources to improve their health.

In my university, I studied community medicine and public health for 5 years. The program covered courses in: health concepts, environmental health, biostatistics, epidemiology, primary health care, health information systems, communicable and non communicable disease research methodology, school health, occupational health and health economy and management. I did research and rural residency in the White Nile State as part of my training. In addition to this, I did primary health care as a separate subject in a one-year course.

When I was a student, I was interested in extracurricular activities, and I attended many medical conferences. I did a clinical attachment in teaching hospitals and have worked on the standing committee of public health in Khartoum University since 2012. I organized the Anti-Tobacco Program in 2012. I travelled to Malaysia to do an emergency medicine course in 2017.

My life experience has moulded me into a hard-working individual who is willing to take on a leadership role, and who has high the capacity to study and learn new things all the time.

I am a very open, social, friendly person. I like meeting new people, and I enjoy being around people from diverse backgrounds. I find that highly rewarding. I am a creative person, and I love to read literature, and I enjoy acting as a hobby. I speak Arabic, English and a little French .

I would be delighted to study in the United States, as it is home to the most-prestigious universities and provides diversity in culture, race and ethnicity, so we can learn from one another.

Upon completion of my master's program, I would like to gain more skill in this field by doing my PhD and working in NGOs, and I would also like to teach for a while.

I am convinced that the master's in Public Health will provide me with the knowledge and skills that I need in my future career. I am also sure I will do my best to succeed in this program.

Thank you for considering my request, and I look forward to your reply.

Yours faithfully,

Adam Solomon