Partenariats et réseaux

The French School of Public Health is engaged in numerous training and research projects with partners in Europe (Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain UK), on the American continent (Argentina, Brazil, Canada, United States), in Africa (Algeria, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Marocco, Republic of the Congo) and in Asia (China, Lebanon, Singapore, Vietnam).

As a general rule, cooperations are formalized by partnership agreements specifying the objectives and fields covered, the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, as well as the implementation modalities.

Download the list of partnership framework agreements (pdf, 295 kb)
Download the list of bilateral Erasmus agreements(pdf, 195 kb)

View the map of our partners

EHESP Partnerships map (December 2018) 

Green: Partnership agreements (training, research, expertise)
Blue: Erasmus+ European partners – Master Europubhealth
Purple: Erasmus+ Bilateral agreements

EHESP School of Public Health is a partner of the Agence Française de Développement: a collaboration based on the sharing of expertise in public health in the service of development assistance.

Aiming to strengthen the impact of sectoral and geographical interventions, this partnership involves the implementation of:

– training of professionals in the public health sector and hospital executives;

– training courses in AFD’s countries of intervention;

– training and capacity building projects in hospital management at the international level.

EHESP School of Public Health and AFD also collaborate on studies, research projects and the sharing of expertise in areas of common interest.

For more information: Read the press release issued 15/11/18 (in French)

EHESP School of Public Health is also a partner of Expertise France – a French public international cooperation agency. This partnership strengthens an existing collaboration, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

In Côte d’Ivoire, EHESP School of Public Health is involved in a health project managed by Expertise France and financed by debt reduction and development contract (C2D). This project aims to professionalize and enhance the functions of the Ivorian General Inspectorate of Health in order to improve its effectiveness.

In Congo-Brazzaville, EHESP is participating in a project to strengthen hospital governance led by Expertise France and funded by the Agence Française de Développement (AFD).

Networks

Université Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC)

The EHESP is a founding member of Université Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC), a community of universities and institutions which includes 9 self-governing higher education institutions and 5 research performing organisations. The USPC international development priorities are as follows:

  • International recruitment of PhD students and high-calibre lecturer-researchers
  • Reinforcement of synergies with existing partners
  • Better insertion to the European higher education and research area
  • Implementation of European and international research and training projects
  • Development of expertise in engineering of responses to European and international calls for tenders

For more information, please visit Université Sorbonne Paris Cité website.

Université Bretagne Loire (UBL) – Rennes International Mobility Centre (IMC)

The Rennes International Mobility Centre (IMC) is part of the Université Bretagne Loire (UBL). The IMC consists of 11 Higher education institutions in Rennes and the Rennes Metropole District Council. The aims dedicated to international development are the following:

  • Services for international undergraduate and graduate students
  • Services for international PhD students
  • Services for international researchers
  • Development of international mobility among Rennes-based students
  • Communication / Events management

For more information, please visit Rennes International Mobility Centre website.

The French School of Public Health is an active member of numerous international networks in the fields of higher education and public health :

Modified on 7 March 2019