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Health Management

Course content

Course objectives

Upon completion of this Master’s degree programme, participants will have:  

  • the different structures that form it and the most important activities and functions of each one.
  • Course participants will also analyse the main challenges that healthcare systems are facing and examine the design of future strategies.
  • In addition to a solid theoretical background, 6 months of internships set the Master's degree in Healthcare Management apart. Students undertake these in public or private organisations where they work on a management project chosen by the organisation for their Master's Final Project.

Course participants acquire new knowledge and skills which enable them to become healthcare managers with the capacity to lead and contribute, based on a privileged vision of the future evolution of the system.

Course content

Course objectives

Upon completion of this Master’s degree programme, participants will have:  

  • the different structures that form it and the most important activities and functions of each one.
  • Course participants will also analyse the main challenges that healthcare systems are facing and examine the design of future strategies.
  • In addition to a solid theoretical background, 6 months of internships set the Master's degree in Healthcare Management apart. Students undertake these in public or private organisations where they work on a management project chosen by the organisation for their Master's Final Project.

Course participants acquire new knowledge and skills which enable them to become healthcare managers with the capacity to lead and contribute, based on a privileged vision of the future evolution of the system.