The EUROPUBHEALTH+ application form must be filled in online and completely in English with all supporting documents uploaded*.
Application deadlines for 2018-2020 intake
For candidates applying for an Erasmus+:Erasmus Mundus Scholarship: 11 January 2018 (23:59 CET)
For self-funded students: 8 May 2018 (23:59 CET)
The Europubhealth+ Selection Committee is composed of representatives of the six partner universities of the programme.
All applications are carefully studied according to the Europubhealth+ eligibility criteria (e.g. language level, previous degree..). Eligible applications are then marked and ranked in order of merit by the Selection Committee according to the Europubhealth+ evaluation criteria. All candidates who obtain the minimum threshold score set by the Selection Committee are selected to join the course. Applications are assessed by the Selection Committee after each one of the above-mentioned deadlines.
In case of non-selection and if an applicant believes that there has been an error in the decision-making process, he or she may appeal the decision by writing a letter to the Europubhealth+ Coordinator. Well-founded requests need to be sent by email to: europubhealth[at]ehesp.fr, entitled: "APPEAL: Last and first name and application number" within 15 days after the publication of selection results. The reasons for the appeal must be clearly stated in the letter. The admission decision is reached after a careful, objective evaluation of each application by both faculty and administrative staff. The appeal procedure is designed to protect applicants from being mistreated. However, please note that this procedure is not a second chance at admission and only justified requests are considered.
Europubhealth+ consortium's evaluation criteria
The Europubhealth+ selection committee uses the following criteria to assess eligible applications:
- Education and professional experience: Marks, classification, grades and distinctions obtained, work experience
- Reasons for choosing the European Master and specific second year specialisation with respect to previous training and career prospects
- Cultural adaptability: International projects or prospects, personal skills