Following the audit conducted by the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA) in July 2022 within the EHESP School of Public Health, the APHEA accreditation has been renewed until 2027 for our School. The multidisciplinarity and variety of the School’s trainings were recognised during this detailed study around 7 evaluation criteria:
- Governance and organisation of the School
- Goals and objectives of the EHESP and its courses
- Students and graduates
- Human resources and teams
- Support services, budget and equipment
- Quality of internal management
This renewal of accreditation is accompanied by recommendations that will enable the EHESP to improve its quality approach, in particular by strengthening the development of its networks at local, national and international levels, by improving the governance of its training and its evaluation processes, by pursuing its commitments related to sustainable development & social responsibility, ethics and the fight against inequalities and discrimination and finally by promoting exchanges between our civil servant students and our academic students.