International health care services are currently experiencing rapid changes that are reshaping health care systems and presenting challenges for both organisations and managers. These developments require individuals that have the knowledge and skills to work in this environment and to develop and deliver health systems that will provide care for the 21st Century.
The MSc International Health Management is designed to meet the needs of existing or aspiring managers in health or allied organisations internationally, including those working in the voluntary or independent sectors, who wish to develop skills and shared learning across different health systems worldwide in order to build capacity and facilitate management strategies that are responsive to a variety challenges.
What is distinctive about this course?
The course is designed to meet the needs of existing or aspiring Managers and Leaders in health or allied organisations, with opportunities for multi-disciplinary learning, has direct academic and online support, delivered by experienced flying faculty who also deliver the programme in the UK. The interactive classroom sessions encourage discussion of real work issues for which solutions are explored making the learning directly applied to the work place.
Students on the MSc in International Health Management will study all the following core modules:
- Management and Organisational Behaviour (30 credits)
- Comparative Health Organisation (30 credits)
- Managing Change (30 credits)
- Human Resource Management (30 credits)
- Management Project (60 credits)
Who is this course for?
Existing or aspiring Managers and Leaders in health or allied organizations.
How will I benefit from taking this course?
Improves student employability and Career prospects, Offers opportunities for shared Learning, Develops skills and knowledge to effectively manage and lead in organisations. For those already in managerial positions having a Masters qualification demonstrates your ability to critically analyse and problem solve making you an essential member of the managerial team. For aspiring managers the qualification is likely to enable you to be better equipped to apply for a managerial role.
- Be working or aspire to work in an international health management setting
- Hold a first degree or equivalent professional qualification
- Have IELTS score of at least 6.5 (or equivalent) if English is not your first language, with at least 5.5 in each of the four sub-tests. This may be waived if one of your previous qualifications was taught and assessed in English and approved by the University of Bradford.
Testimonial of former student
"The MSc taught me transferrable knowledge and skills which are needed to be an effective manager in the healthcare sector with an understanding of the external and internal factors. I have learned how to analyse, manage and evaluate the available resources and to consider them in a decision-making process. It has enabled me to plan and implement necessary changes that could help achievement of organizational goals.
The course was supported by knowledgeable teaching staff in a friendly environment which helped me to understand the module topics with ease. The group discussions were effective in allowing students to apply our own experience. The course was supported by the use of a virtual learning environment that was very accessible and useful. I felt close to the University of Bradford because of the very fast and effective e-mail feedback which I used to get from my helpful tutors. The course attendance helped my learning experience which helped me gain a lot from this course.
Lastly I have to mention that the MSc gave me valuable opportunity to gain more knowledge within health management and I am proud that I graduated with this award."
Soghra Mina, MSc International Health Management Student (2013)
The University of Bradford is a traditional British University established by Royal Charter in 1966. At our campuses in the UK, students can choose from over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Engineering, Informatics, Health Studies, Life Sciences, Management, Law, Social and International Studies.
With almost 50 years of academic excellence, the University of Bradford is a leading technology university offering high-quality teaching underpinned by cutting-edge research. Pioneering in course provision, the University of Bradford was the first British University to offer a Peace Studies degree and to set up a modern Business School, which has recently joined an elite group of only 58 business schools in the world (less than 1%) to hold the triple accreditations of EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB, often referred to as the' Triple Crown'.
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