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International Hospital & Healthcare Management MBA successfully reaccredited
Closing date: September 11th
The FIBAA thus concedes that the MBA graduates were enabled to make considerable career steps. The internationality of the programme is being particularly praised: "There is hardly any other programme with such a varied blend in terms of the international composition of students". Furthermore, they highlight the systematic combination of practice and theory „Ÿfacilitated in particular by site visits to health facilities throughout the world.
Work at the Fresenius Endowed Chair in International Health Management guarantees that teaching in the MBA is based on and connected to scientific findings and research activities. The Chair is an international centre of competence and integrated into Frankfurt School's faculty. The FIBAA commission has also emphatically acclaimed this approach.
The MBA takes 18 months and can be attended while working full-time. It consists of classroom-based as well as E-learning modules. The programme is designed for specialists and executives from companies and organisations in the health industry worldwide, e. g. doctors, economists, managers and attorneys. In the International Hospital & Healthcare Management MBA, they can expand their management know-how in a highly focused way while working.
In order to gain insights into different health systems and management practices, and in order to promote international exchange, the classroom modules take place at various locations: in China, Japan, UAE, UK, Singapore, US, in Germany and Austria. The programme language is English, and the students come from all over the world.
The next course starts this winter semester and applications will be accepted until September 11th. All information about the MBA programme and admission requirements are available on our partnerfs website, Nations HealthCareer School of Management: http://www.nations-healthcareer.com/.
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