European Public Health

 

Is about working together when it comes to health – on a regional, national and international level

Study developments in public healthcare within the EU, and learn about the role of Europe in this sector.

The bachelor’s programme in European Public Health is taught in Maastricht University’s Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences.

 

Each study programme at the campus is health-related, and the classrooms are only a stone’s throw away from the academic hospital and the UM Sports Centre.

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“Health has no borders”, says our hostess, Tess, in the video below. This means that countries have to work together, learn from each other, and coordinate and create health policy together to achieve the ultimate goal: better health and healthcare systems in Europe.

 

To establish these, Europe is in urgent need of all-round specialists in the field of European public health. And that is exactly what you will become when you study European Public Health in Maastricht – the only programme of its kind on the continent.

 

Tess got professor Helmut Brand, lecturer Timo Clemens and student Natalia in front of the camera to tell us more about it.

 

Learn more abut European Public Health at UM

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You’ll learn to bridge the gap between health sciences and national and European public health policy. Learn more about the programme at UM.

Saturday

9

November

Bachelor’s Open Day

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