collaborating partners


Admission requirements
LEPHIE is an advanced course for professionals fully taught in English. 

A master's degree in the fields of public health, health-related programmes or other related studies (economics, law, psychology, sociology, anthropology etc.) is strongly recommended to be able to follow the course and benefit fully. 

Participants with a bachelor's degree with relevant work experienceare also welcome to apply for the course. 

The minimum level of English accepted for the course is a C1 within the framework of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Tuition fees
LEPHIE brings together renowned academics and practitioners from a wide range of locations to ensure the highest quality of education. 

The regular tuition fee for the LEPHIE edition of 2017 is €3000, which covers the administrative costs, lectures, exams, training materials and catering on-site.

Included are also four executive coaching sessions during the time of the course and four additional follow-up coaching sessions after the course has finished.

The tuition fees do not include accommodation or transport expenses. 

A 20% discount is available for young professionals, PhD students, and staff/students from LEPHIE partners as well as ASPHER members

A portion of all tuition fees is destined to building the "Leadership Without Barriers" scholarship dedicated to providing opportunities to future leaders who at present are unable to afford the course. 

News and Events

Leadership for Public Health in Europe LEPHIE course
2014-09-16 We are opening the next edition of the Leadership for Public Health in Europe LEPHIE course. The applications are still open. ... more LEPHIE Curriculum
2013-05-28 Currently the LEPHIE Curriculum is integrated as a horizontal trajectory in the Master of European Public Health Studies at Maastricht University, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences.... more Leadership for Public Health: A vision for the future
2012-12-14 During this event you will discover: The essential role of leadership in Public Health Practice The key elements of effective Public Health Leadership How effective Public Health Leaders can be developed The pivotal role of Public Health education in delivering the new generation of leaders to meet these challenges... more Partners of the Lephie project ran a teacher training seminar in Sheffield on 6th December 2012.
2013-01-10 Developing an online/blended learning PBL module for an international cohort... more

Contact Us

Project Coordinator:
Katarzyna Czabanowska, Department of International Health
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University
Phone: + 31 43 3881592 | E-mail:
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