With Covid-19 (better known as the Corona virus) spreading around the world, it is clearer than ever before that a virus doesn't stop at borders. Do local, national and international governments work together in prevention and extermination of the virus? As the bachelor's in European Public Health (EPH) is about preventing disease and promoting healthy lifestyles for all Europeans with clear European policy, that's a question you could be discussing with your fellow EPH students!
EPH is for those who are interested in health sciences, healthcare and wellness, but also in national and international politics, administration and management, policy and strategy, communications and media. You’ll learn to bridge the gap between health sciences and national and European public health policy. You’ll also develop the skills you need to work in governmental or healthcare-related organisations, or in EU or WHO units, in positions such as a policy advisor, health officer or prevention specialist. Read more >
Our events in Maastricht may be cancelled because of the coronavirus, but we still have plenty of online ways to answer your questions and give you a feel of what it is like to study at the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Meet Takumi: the student ambassador for the bachelor's in European Public Health.
On his Instagram account he shares his study programme experiences, moments of his life in Maastricht, and much more. Follow him to get a sneak peek of your possible future!
Also, if you have questions about the programme and/or about (student) life in Maastricht, don't hesitate to get in touch with Takumi through his Instagram page; he's happy to help you with your study choice, as previous student ambassadors helped him with his.
EPH embraces a multidisciplinary approach: you look at public health through the eyes of a clinician, a legal expert and an epidemiologist
The programme's European angle is unique, as other public health programmes focus much more on the national system of that one particular country.
For me, the uniqueness of the bachelor's in European Public Health lies mainly with the European context included in the curriculum
Living and studying abroad is a completely different experience than just travelling: it makes me a more independent and a stronger person than I was before
The UM research institute GROW and the Maastricht UMC+ Oncology Centre and have together been accredited as a Comprehensive Cancer Centre by the Organisation of European Cancer Institutes (OECI).
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