Get a comprehensive view. Explore the economic, political and legal approaches to the complexities of systems, and pursue various career opportunities in the public and private sectors.
What are the causes of the problems systems face? What are the solutions? Take a multidisciplinary approach that combines legal, economic, managerial, and political thinking. See how countries balance efficiency and equity in their systems. Explore the impact that the European Union and other international bodies are having on. The master programme is internationally oriented and aims to attract students from all over the world. The language of instruction is English: all courses, working papers, exams, essays and the masterthesis will be in English. International co-operation with other universities and international health care organisations is actively sought, both for staff and student exchange.
Accredited by: NVAO in: Netherlands
This programme has a workload of 60 ECTS.
This specialisation is a joint venture between the Erasmus School of Economics and the Institute of Health Policy & Management.
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Previous education: Bachelor's degree in Health Policy and Management, Health Administration or Health Sciences; or Economics, Policy Sciences or Law or medicin.
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