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- 12 months
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Get a comprehensive view. Explore the economic, political and legal approaches to the complexities of healthcare systems, and pursue various career opportunities in the public and private sectors.
What are the causes of the problems healthcare 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 healthcare.
Health Economics, Policy and Law (HEPL) is a unique programme. Erasmus University is a top school with a strong international dimension and a highly regarded teaching staff; Rotterdam, a dynamic city with a world port. HEPL graduates have excellent career opportunities. They work for the OECD, the World Bank, the EU, the WHO, advisory boards, consultancies, or go on to pursue a PhD.
Economics & Financing of Healthcare Systems; International Health Law; Economics of Health & Healthcare; Rationing, a Multi-disciplinary Approach; Healthcare Governance; Health Tech. Assesment; Health Politics & Policy; Health Insurance & Reinsurance Low- & Middle-income Countries; Public Health,Epidemiology & Decision-making; Law & Economics of Competition Policy Healthcare.
HEPL is designed to provide students with the analytical skills and conceptual knowledge to understand the complexities of national health care systems. The content of HEPL has a clear international orientation. All HEPL-graduates understand, for example, how and to what extent different OECD-countries combine efficiency and equity in health care.
Previous educationBachelor's degree in Health Policy and Management, Health Administration or Health Sciences; or Economics, Policy Sciences or Law or medicin.
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL paper based: 575, TOEFL computer based: 232, TOEFL internet based: 90
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