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Executive Master's programmes

Advancing professional careers in health policy

eMSc Health Economics, Outcomes, and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences 

Programme Directors: Professor Elias Mossialos and Dr Huseyin Naci

MSc Health Economics, Outcomes, and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences MSc Health Economics, Outcomes, and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences
LSE provides a specialist eMSc for established professionals in cardiovascular sciences London School of Economics and Political Science

The programme prepares you to explore new research, advisory, consulting, and leadership roles through unique modules tailored for practising healthcare professionals. 

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LSE-Chicago Double Executive Master's in Health Policy

Programme Directors: Professor Elias Mossialos and Professor Andrew Street

Katherine Baicker on the Challenges of health Policy Katherine Baicker on the Challenges of health Policy
Dean Baicker of Harris School discusses the complexities of health policy University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy

The programme will be the world’s first transatlantic Double Executive Master's in Health Policy, bringing together the London School of Economics and the University of Chicago. 

From LSE, the program will be led by Professor Elias Mossialos and Professor Andrew Street. At the University of Chicago, Professor Kate Baicker, Dean of the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and Professor David Meltzer are leading the programme, both of whom are leading professors in health economics and policy in the US.

Applications open on 2 October 2017. Please contact us to discuss your enquiry.

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eMSc Health Economics, Policy, and Management

Programme Directors: Dr Grace Lordan and Dr Irene Papanicolas

LSE eMSc Health Economics, Policy, and Management LSE eMSc Health Economics, Policy, and Management
eMSc HEPM provides a suite of high-quality integrated courses for individuals seeking to advance their careers while continuing to work London School of Economics and Political Science

The programme helps professionals accelerate their existing careers by exploring new options within the pharmaceutical and healthcare fields and enhancing their existing set of health management, economics and policy skills.

The programme is developed with those in minds who seek to advance their careers in, but not limited to, medicine, government policy, pharmaceutical economics - while continuing to work.


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