The European MSc International Health is a prestigious one-year full-time degree taught in English and is jointly provided by nine participating tropEd institutions across Europe, Mexico and Thailand. Students experience the diverse expertise and teaching and learning approaches to international health that each participating institution has to offer.
The programme has five tracks that specialise in different aspects of international health; the Institute of International Health and Development is responsible for delivering Track 3 focusing on Sexual and Reproductive Health, along with the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam.
Track 1 - Tropical Medicine and Disease Control (taught at the Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health, Berlin and Bordeaux School of Public Health, University of Bordeaux)
Track 2 - Health Systems, Policy and Management (taught at the Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam)
Track 4 - Child Health (taught at the Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health, Berlin and the University College, London)
Track 5 - Health Research Methods (Taught at the University College, London and University of Bergen)
The European MSc is open to all students with an interest in international health and who fulfill the entry requirements.
Highly qualified students who wish to apply for this programme are encouraged to apply for Erasmus Mundus scholarships - substantial Erasmus Mundus scholarships towards fees and living costs are available for eligible applicants.
For further information on the entry requirements, application procedure and scholarship criteria, please visit the Erasmus Mundus website
As founder members of the tropEd network, we have worked together, since the mid 1990s, with prestigious European institutions for higher education in international health to provide high quality postgraduate opportunities. IGHD is a ‘home institute’ for students interested in following the tropEd MSc International Health and offers short courses to tropEd students from other higher education institutions who are members of this network.