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Executive MBA Healthcare

This course is designed for those who want to continue their focus on the healthcare sector, while also receiving a broad MBA education.

You will study essential areas of management – including leadership, marketing, operations management and entrepreneurship. In addition, you will undertake two healthcare modules, led by academics whose research focusses on healthcare management and by invited experts from the healthcare sector. 

Core modules include:

  • Ethics, governance and risk
  • Commissioning and service redesign
  • Healthcare finance and economics
 

 

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The course was co-designed with local NHS partners and we continue to develop its content to ensure that the content is up to date and relevant to participants. It is designed to respond to the changing global and UK landscape by developing competitive solutions to manage the competing demands of service users, commissioners and regulators.

All Executive MBA students also undertake a management project and the MBA Healthcare students focus on projects relevant to their own work in healthcare. 

The programme can be completed in two to four years and you can choose from several starting points throughout the year.

The Executive MBA Healthcare is supported by the Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning (CHILL) – an internationally renowned research centre, dedicated to improving and innovation healthcare management and leadership.
 

 


 

There is good research evidence that shows that healthcare organisations where clinicians have a significant role in their management are more effective, safer and more efficient.

Stephen Timmons, Director, MBA Healthcare and Centre for Health Innovation and Learning 

 


 

The Executive MBA Healthcare gave me a multitude of skills. It rekindled my desire to read, think and learn. It gave me confidence to secure funding for patent safety projects.
Dr Raj Krishnan, Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist, 
University Hospital of Wales

Executive MBA, 2020
 

 


 

 

 


 

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