EUCLID is open to four groups of students:
- government staff or government-designated scholars
- special government-endorsed groups (especially women)
- general public applicants who are eligible for intergovernmental scholarship (ECOWAS, ICCI)
- general public applicants from most countries.
ACADEMIC, LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENT
Prospective students must have a qualifying degree (or certified equivalency) to enter any EUCLID program. This means that a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) is required to apply for a Master’s program, and a Master’s for a post-graduate or doctoral specialization.
In the case of Global Health / International Public health programs:
- a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field + a medical degree / licence / qualifying bridge program for admission into the MIPH
- an MPH or MIPH + a medical degree / licence / qualifying bridge program for admission into the PhD/IPH
Admissions to all programs is limited and is further conditioned on faculty availability, especially at the graduate level.
Applicants must be fluent in English and have received training in another major language, ideally French.
Applicants must have a reliable access to the Internet in order to use Skype and access the LMS platform.