Bachelor

European Public Health

Heb je interesse in gezondheidswetenschappen, zorg en welzijn? Maar ook in nationale en internationale politiek, bestuur en management, beleid en strategie, voorlichting en media? Dan is de bacheloropleiding European Public Health (EPH) wellicht iets voor jou.

EPH is de enige opleiding in haar soort in Europa. Bij European Public Health gaat het om het voorkomen van ziekten en het stimuleren van gezond gedrag voor alle Europeanen met eenduidig Europees beleid.

Je leert om een brug te slaan tussen gezondheidswetenschappen en nationaal en Europees volksgezondheidsbeleid. Hierdoor verwerf je de vaardigheden die je nodig hebt om aan de slag te kunnen bij overheden of zorg-gerelateerde organisaties. Bijvoorbeeld als beleidsadviseur, gezondheidsvoorlichter of preventiemedewerker. Lees meer >

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  • De bacheloropleiding EPH van de UM was de eerste die me echt wist te boeien. Het is vooral de Europese context in het leerplan die deze opleiding voor mij zo uniek maakt
    Roubitha David (Frankrijk), European Public Health

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    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Frank Nijpels started out as a technician in the instruments department at Maastricht University (UM) and the MUMC+. Now he is working on the Vitrojet, a new device that prepares samples for Cryo-electron microscopy. This form of microscopy requires samples to be cooled very rapidly to avoid crystallisation. The Vitrojet should largely automate this process of vitrification.

      Nijpels recently started a job at Cryo-Sol, a startup headquartered on the Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus. This spinoff company was founded to bring the Vitrojet to consumers.

      Technical feats at 180 degrees below zero
      1 dag 15 uur geleden
    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      Today’s #beingFHML is Kirsten Peetoom: PhD student, postdoc researcher and racing cyclist. 🤓🚴‍♀️

      Kirsten started at UM 8 years ago as a master's student in Health Science Research. After that, she started her PhD trajectory at the General Practice department / research school CAPHRI; 26 April is her dissertation with the title 'Fever management in children under 4 years in childcare centres and well-child clinics'. In 2018 she also started at the Alzheimer Centre Limburg / research school MHeNS, as a postdoc researcher and co-supervisor in research projects aimed at people with dementia at a young age (

      As you can see on the photo, Kirsten is also involved in cycling. "In addition to my work as a researcher, I ride road races along with professionals, mainly in the BeNeLux but also in the Czech Republic and elsewhere. And if it can be combined with my racing programme on the road, I ride mountain bike marathons ranging from 70 to 110 km. Whenever I get the chance, I help to promote women's cycling in Limburg."

      Kirsten is obviously a go-getter. Maybe she copied that from children's book hero Pippi Longstocking, as Kirsten's favourite quote comes from that same person: “I have never done it before, so I guess I can do it!" 👧🐒🏘📖

      3 dagen 19 uur geleden
    • Foto door Maastricht University Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences

      The Mail Online published an article based on a a study by UM, which revealed that women who throughout their lives stay within 9.5 kg of their weight at 20 are more likely to enjoy good health and to reach the age of 90.

      See how the Mail Online ran with this 🙃

      4 dagen 15 uur geleden