At the end of the 2-year course, Europubhealth+ graduates are able to:
- Analyse and address the determinants of health problems from a population perspective,
- Propose, plan, implement and evaluate culturally appropriate, evidence-based policies and interventions for the effective improvement of population health in international, national and local contexts.
An intense living abroad experience: in two years, our students get to live in at least two European countries and discover different learning environement
Global health and intercultural work through multicultural team work, high-profile international professors and hands on experience via a field placement
A vibrant global network of public health professionals with high expertise in the field and an international community of peer students and Alumni.
Combinations of study pathways on offer for the 2-year course
Students of the Europubhealth+ double-degree programme get to study in at least two different European countries of their choice.
Depending on your language skills, you may follow your first academic year in English at the University of Sheffield (UK), at the University College Dublin (Ireland), in Spanish at the University of Granada (Spain) or in French at the University of Liege (Belgium) to acquire core competences in public health.
Your second academic year must be followed in a different country in line with your specialisation preferences and language skills. It may be either at Maastricht University in The Netherlands (in English), the Jagiellonian University in Poland (in English), the EHESP School of Public Health in Paris (in English), or the EHESP in Rennes (in French), the University of Rennes 1 (in French), or at the University of Granada in Spain (in Spanish).
At the end of each academic year, all Europubhealth+ students participate in a joint Integration Module at the EHESP School of Public Health in Rennes, France (in English) for three weeks.
Please note that if you are applying for an Erasmus Mundus excellence scholarship, the countries you are choosing for your first and second academic year must be different from your country of residence at the time of application – this rule does not apply to candidates applying as self-funded students.