Would you like to travel abroad for a placement or a study? Would you like to come to the EHESP School of Public Health as part of an exchange?

Welcome to the EHESP School of Public Health’s pages on international exchanges !

Students of the EHESP School of Public Health have the possibility to do international placement or part of their study abroad→ OUTGOING MOBILITY

Every year, the EHESP School of Public Health welcomes students, researchers and staff from partner universities → INCOMING MOBILITY

Erasmus+ (2014-2020)


Erasmus+ promotes mobility within Europe and beyond for students (study or internship), academic, research and administrative staff.

International projects are facilitated by Strategic Partnerships, Knowledge Alliances and Sector Skills Alliances.

Well qualified to take part into the different projects and activities offered within this wide-reaching program, the EHESP School of Public Health has received the Erasmus Charter (pdf, 1 mb) for Higher Education (ECHE) and developed an Erasmus strategy (pdf, 907 kb) protocol.

More information

 

Contact

International Relations Direction

E-mail : International Mobility Centre

 

Outgoing Mobility

Studying or working at the EHESP School of Public Health and interested in a mobility experience abroad ? You will...

Incoming Mobility

Studying or working in a partner university, you wish to experience an international mobility in the EHESP School of Public...

International Students

Support to Mobility To help you finance your studies at the French School of Public Health, please find below a...

French School of Public Health Students

Aids to Mobility There are several aids to ‘study’ or ‘placement’ mobility, and these are managed by the French School...

Lecturers and researchers at the French School of Public Health

The French School of Public Health supports and values the missions of its lecturers and researchers in European and international...

Lecturers, international researchers

In Rennes and Paris, the French School of Public Health welcomes international lecturers and researchers into its courses and research...
Published on 26 July 2013