College of Public Health at Texila offers public health programs with dedicated experts to educate new generations of global health leaders.
Creating Healthier Families & Communities
College of Public Health
Public Health is the science of safeguarding the health of families and communities through education, policy making, research and organized efforts by involving society, organizations (public and private), communities and individuals. It also involves preventing diseases, prolonging life and promoting health & well being.
A Public Health degree that prepares you for contemporary public health practice. Help to solve global health problems. TAU’s Public Health Programs is a mix of practical education with research.
College of Public health extends far beyond the traditional view of healthcare. Practitioners in the field, work hard to improve the economic, social, and environmental health of communities, as well, by focusing on a broad range of public health issues.
- Disparities in healthcare access.
- Social isolation.
- Violence and trauma.
- Food security: Shortage of Healthy and affordable nutrition.
By earning a public health degree in the TAU’s College of Public Health, you’ll learn more about the issues impacting communities worldwide and how you can tackle those challenges through educational programming, new public health policies, and services, research, or community partnerships.
Yes, we are recognized in Guyana, Caribbean and across the world. Our students are from 40 plus countries, and they have taken their qualifications across the world. We are Registered with National Accreditation Council of Guyana, Affiliated with Association of Commonwealth Universities, and International Association of Universities – UNESCO.
Texila American University is a consortium of universities and campuses with strategic presence in four continents (North America, South America, Asia, and Africa) and international partnerships, we are one of the world’s leading universities. We currently have two (2) campuses, and they are as follows:
• Guyana Campus – Caribbean
• Zambia Campus – Southern Africa
We currently hold 700 plus students from 40 plus different Countries at our Campus, also, we would have graduated 11 batches so far with 900 plus students
You will need to have CSEC with 5 subjects (Physics/Integrated Science, Chemistry and Biology/Human and Social Biology) and English and Mathematics. With minimum grade three (3).
Students can have their Clinical Rotations done right here in Guyana or the USA.
Yes, there is a registration fee, and the amount is Gyd 28,500.
Yes, we do have different payment plans available for our Medicine program. The options are
Onetime Yearly Installment four (4) payments per year (Quarterly)
For the Doctor of Medicine program, the classes days are Monday to Friday from 8am to 4pm.
There are two (2) intakes per year for the Medicine program as would be March Intake September Intake
Yes, CAPE/IGCSE students will receive 6 months exemption in Premed with required credits (PCBM), while medical students can transfer maximum 90 credits.
“My experience at TAU university as an international student has, overall, been positive; any challenges I met were outside the academic program. I must mention the broad academic curriculum offered within a high-quality education system, the efficiently operating administration.“
Mr. Musa Gambo Wabba