In Rennes and Paris, the French School of Public Health welcomes international lecturers and researchers into its courses and research activities.

Exchanges within the context of the Erasmus programme

All Erasmus exchanges must take place within the context of a prior bilateral agreement between the originating establishment and the host establishment.

These teaching missions present the following characteristics and demands:

  • the lecturer-researcher has to teach for at least 5 hours weekly with the context of training programmes at the partner establishment
  • the grant is awarded by the lecturer’s or researcher’s originating establishment

If you want to apply for an Erasmus grant, contact the international relations of your establishment and the French School of Public Health teaching department corresponding to your area of expertise.

Download the list of bilateral Erasmus agreements on the page Partnerships and Networks.

Hosting Erasmus Mundus guest professors lecturers

As part of the Europubhealth Masters, each year at the French School of Public Health we welcome well-known guest professors and lecturers who are beneficiaries of Erasmus Mundus grants. These professors lead workshops and round tables, and participate in the “Global dimensions of public health” integration module.

More information on Europubhealth’s Master website: “Visiting Professors”.

Focus: guest professors and lecturers

adrianaAdriana Cavalcanti de Aguiar

Professor, Institute of Communication and Scientific and Technological Information in Health, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil

jeannieJeannie Shoveller

Professor, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia, Canada
Applied public health Chair: Young Sexual Health

Jimoh Amzot

Professor, PhD, Department of Sociology, University Usmanu Danfodiyo, Sokoto, Nigeria

john allegranteJohn Allegrante

Professor, Department of Socio-medical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, USA

Are you a lecturer-researcher at a foreign institution wishing to come to the French School of Public Health? Contact the international exchange centre.

More information on the International Researcher and PhD Student’s Guide to Rennes published by the CMI.

Published on 26 July 2013