Bachelor

European Public Health

Are you interested in health sciences, healthcare and wellness? But also in national and international politics, administration and management, policy and strategy, communications and media? The bachelor's programme in European Public Health (EPH) might be for you.

EPH is the only programme of its kind in Europe. In European Public Health, it’s about preventing disease and promoting healthy lifestyles for all Europeans with clear European policy.

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.

Compare this programme

source: Studiekeuze123
This study
National average
Student satisfaction
4.1 This study
4.1 National average
Number of first year students
114 This study
114 National average
First year contact hours
12-18 This study
12-18 National average
Flow to second year
89%This study
89% National average
Diploma within 4 years
- This study
- National average
Job within 6 months
-This study
- National average
  • EPH offers a wide range of topics in interdisciplinary fashion, which perfectly reflects my various interests, ranging from disease prevention to ethical discourses related to health
    Lieke van Grootel (Germany), European Public Health
  • 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
    Natalia Wasowska, European Public Health

Calendar

Certificate for Quality in Internationalisation

European Consortium for Accreditation in higher education (ECA)

EPH has a distinguished multidisciplinary approach

Quality Assurance Netherlands Universities (QANU)

UM is the 6th best young university in the world

Times Higher Education '200 Under 50' 2017
    • Photo by Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Heb jij de lustrumalmanak van MSV Pulse al besteld? Een van de daverende recensies: "Een boek vol gouden momenten uit de afgelopen jaren!" [de almanakwerkgroep].

      Ga naar www.pulse.clubit.nl om de almanak te bestellen. En/of kijk even op hun Facebookpagina: @almanakmsvpulse

      1 day 7 hours ago
    • Photo by Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Facebook changed its algorythm, and that could be the reason why you haven't heard from us for a while 😦.

      The good news is: you see more posts of family and friends in your News Feed and less posts from company pages. The bad news is: the FHML Facebook page is a company page.

      If you don't want to miss out on posts from a certain page, you can prioritize up to 30 pages whose posts you want to be shown at the top of your News Feed. The image below shows you the path to follow. If you really love us, prioritize us 😚!

      See you 👋

      3 days 7 hours ago
    • Photo by Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      What are the particular challenges that undocumented migrants face in using healthcare services in European countries?

      Milena Pavlova (Associate Professor of Health Economics at the Department of Health Services Research) reviewed healthcare utilization by undocumented migrants and wrote about it:

      blogs.biomedcentral.com
      6 days 8 hours ago