1. Strengthening of professional network

1. Lack of interaction with the employer

2. Project and community based approach

2. Program heavily “one-person-oriented”

3. Interactive pedagogy

3. No common project to the whole student body

4. Acquisition of new public health tools

4. Difficulties in exploring new topics/tools



1. Students from different professional backgrounds

1. Time constrains

2. Discussions on new public health challenges

2. Additional workload

3. Interdisciplinarity

3. Lack of institutional support

4. Professional carrier improvement

4. Changing public health competencies over time