The first Master of Public Health in France completely multidisciplinary and delivered in English

The master is taught by outstanding international lecturers, coming from the most prestigious universities and research organizations in the field of public health: EHESP, Université Denis Diderot Paris VII, Paris XII Val-de-Marne, Université Henri-Poincaré Nancy 1, INSERM, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, University of North Carolina, Columbia University, Sciences-Po Paris, London School of Economics, INRA, etc.

Students and professionals can apply to this Master if they have at least a Bachelors degree in the following disciplines: economics, political sciences, management, social sciences, law, medicine, pharmacy, biology, veterinary or dentistry schools, engineering schools and a wide variety of scientific subjects. Students may also start directly in second year if they have already completed a first year master course (M1) or equivalent.

Applications for 2024-2025 academic year are closed.

Visit the EHESP Master of Public Health (MPH) website

Indicators (2022-2023)


  • Number of students: 34 students
  • Satisfaction rate: 89%
  • Completion rate: 97%
  • Employment rate 15/18 months after graduation: NA
  • Drop-out rate: 0%


  • Number of students: 55 students
  • Satisfaction rate: 100%
  • Completion rate: 96%
  • Employment rate 15/18 months after graduation: 91%
  • Drop-out rate: 6%


Faculty (from September 2024)

Administrative staff

  • Emilie PETKOVIC – MPH Program Coordinator (program scheduling, grading, internships) – Tel: + 33 (0)2 99 02 24 12 –
  • Yvonne BERTRAND – Student life Officer (French formalities, visa, accommodation…) – Tel: + 33 (0)2 99 02 24 48 –

Administration – Registration

MPH Students Association

Public Health International Network (PHIN)

Aim of the association: Spearhead programs that provide a forum for dialogue between public health professionals, practitioners and public health students, as well as, foster cooperation with domestic and international public health agencies and organizations. You can subscribe to PHIN’s newsletter on the association’s website.

Modified on 19 April 2024