- Information Session Clinical Research and Health Sciences
- Students visualize a successful prevention in public health
- New Programme Director for the Research Master Clinical Research
- Winner Lambers Student Excellence Award 2021
- Silvan Licher wins Sterk Participatie Prijs 2021
- Erasmus Summer Programme 2021
- Most of our teaching to be online this fall
- Join our Master Open Day on 23 March 2021
- Call for participants in DESTRESS Study
- 800.000 Euro Vidi Grant winner
- Verhulst Award for NIHES Alumnus!
- Revised NIHES Curriculum on the way
- 2020 Education Prize awarded to all faculty
- Virtual Graduation Ceremony
- Recording available: Health Sciences & Clinical Research
- Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Message
- Repeated Measurement [CE08] is fully online!
- Maryam Kavousi appointed member of The Young Academy
- Epidemiologist A registration for NIHES
- Winner SMDM Fellowship
- The Professor H.W. Lambers Prize
- Last call Erasmus Summer Programme 2019
- “Preferences for Health and Money” survey
- Create your own event
- NIHES Alumni
- NIHES Graduation 2018
- NIHES Alumni Network
- Erasmus Summer Programme 2018
- A mentor as sparring partner
- Valedictory Lecture Prof.dr. Albert Hofman
- Wanted: Coaches for EUR’s first International Coach Café
- Keynote speakers at Women’s Health course
- EURly Christmas Eve
- Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Alliance
- NIHES-Erasmus MC to cooperate with Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China
- Rotterdam, a city like no other
Publicated: 03 May, 2021
Re-accreditation by the NVAO
Our Master of Science in Health Sciences (70 EC) programme has been re-accredited for another six years by NVAO (the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders).This means that the programme meets international requirements as well as the high quality standards required by Dutch law. The panel feels the programme has a distinctive epidemiologic research profile, with a strong focus on causal inference and modern statistical methods, relevant to this contemporary and rapidly changing field, and this is recognizable in its seven majors. The panel really appreciates the flexibility of the programme and how the wide range of electives, the research project and the assignments offer the students plenty of room to pursue their individual needs. Furthermore, according to the panel, the small scale of the programme and the smart use of technology-enhanced learning activities allows for interactive and intensive teaching, which has been highly valued by the students who provided feedback during the site visit.
The panel noted that the international teaching staff consists of experts in the respective fields who are well qualified and able to assist the students in the development of their competences. The international student composition is diverse in terms of educational and cultural background and experience, enabling the students to learn from each other in an international scientific environment. It concluded that Alumni can be expected to find their way onto the labour market easily. The performance of alumni of the postgraduate master is very good, with most of them continuing in PhD positions. In fact, several former graduates have obtained professorships at universities in the Netherlands and abroad, further supporting the longstanding reputation of the master’s programme in Health Sciences.
They were very pleased to hear about the implementation of the revised curriculum as of the new academic year, which makes students from most majors to fulfil the VvE requirements upon graduation.
The students are trained to the level of VvE-registered epidemiologists (the Dutch Society for Epidemiology, Vereniging voor Epidemiologie) who can resolve health research problems in a professional practice. It also appreciated that skills training is being further developed as part of the Lifelong Skills learning trajectory.