APPLY – 2022/23 procedure

/!\ If you need a scholarship, please check our scholarships page. Be mindful of deadlines, applications for scholarships usually end very early in the year. 

Here is a guide you should read before applying

Eligibility 

Applicants must meet minimum requirements to enrol in this Master’s programme:

  • Hold a Master’s degree or first year Master’s degree (M1, MSc) in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health, mathematics or related fields;
  • or successful completion of 4 years of study in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health, mathematics or related fields;
  • or hold a Bachelor’s in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health, mathematics or related fields;
  • Knowledge of English language (you may be asked proof of proficiency), at the very minimum B2 level.
  • Knowledge of (bio)statistics is appreciated.

The jury favours students who already hold a first-year Master’s degree in public health or related fields.

If you speak French, it may be interesting for you to also apply to the first-year Master of Public Health (itinéraire Recherche / Comparative Effectiveness Research), as we sometimes reject applications for the M2 that would be accepted in M1. Link here.

You do not meet those requirements? Click here to find out about another (short!) degree that we offer, called DU AMSRMA (Advanced Methods in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses). 

Foreign students: whether you depend on the EEF procedure or not (see below), we highly recommend that you read those pages before applying:

The Master’s team cannot help you with accommodation or visa formalities. Make sure you start those procedures early, especially for accommodation. 

“Etudes en France” EEF /”Studying in France” procedure (Campus France)

This is the procedure for non European students living outside of Europe but living in one of the countries listed here: go on this link to know if you need to go through the EEF procedure. If your country is not listed, then apply directly with us (see below). Contact us at: admissions (@) mastercer . com ; if help is needed.

(Note that despite what you may find on the Campus France website, you will not pay over three thousand euros of tuition fees. You will only have to pay between 300 and 400€. More details on the “fees” page.)

Campus France uses its own calendar for the “Etudes en France” main procedure. For the academic year 2022/23, applications opened early October 2021 and closed on December 31st 2021.

/!\ We are allowed to accept candidates who have missed the main campaign: if selected, you will be given an authorisation to enrol that you must use on the Etudes en France website (tab “students already accepted”).

Other candidates

This is for students who would normally use eCandidat: French students, foreign students already studying in France in 2021/22, European students, non-Europeans living in Europe + non-Europeans not living in Europe but outside of the Etudes en France procedure.

We will NOT be using eCandidat. Instead, you will apply directly to us, through this webpage (end of the page), between May 15th and June 15th 2022.

In June or July 2022, you may be asked to attend an interview.  

Scroll down to see the list of required documents for your application.

Contact us at: admissions (@) mastercer . com ; if help is needed.

(The French government has announced that a new platform would be put into place for 2023/24. We are awaiting information.)

ALL STUDENTS: required documents

Here is a guide you should read before applying

Application documents must be submitted in English in .doc, .pdf or in .jpg extensions. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FILE SIZE LIMIT IS 1 MB.

  • A duly filled out application form (to download)
  • A personal statement (in English) addressing your interest in a specific programme and your future career goals (400 – 600 words)
  • Curriculum vitae (in English), use this template to create your CV
  • A scanned copy of your last or relevant diploma and its translation if it is not in English or in French
  • Transcripts of all relevant degrees + their translation if they are not in English or in French
  • Two recommendation letters in French or in English, written by individuals familiar with your academic and/or professional work
  • A picture of yourself (formal or informal)
  • If you have a proof of your level of English, please include it. We may test your level during an interview.

APPLY

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN UNTIL JUNE 15th 11:59pm Paris time!

This is the final round of applications for 2022/23!

Here is a guide you should read before applying

    Last Name*

    First Name*

    Email*

    Completed application form* (PDF)

    Personal statement* (PDF)

    CV* (PDF)

    Copy of your last diploma* (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Copy of your last transcript* (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Copy of any other relevant transcript if applicable (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Copy of any other relevant transcript if applicable (PDF, jpeg or png)

    First recommendation letter* (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Second recommendation letter* (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Formal or informal identity picture* (PDF, jpeg or png)

    English language proficiency (PDF, jpeg or png)

    Other information

    (If you are an Etudes en France applicant, please state it.)

    Once your application is sent, you will receive an automatic email from admissions [at] mastercer.com . Save our address in your contacts list to not miss our emails!

    If you need further information, feel free to contact the admissions office: admissions (at) mastercer . com

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