High-quality health care and preventative health care coupled with the highest possible efficiency and cost-effectiveness—the health care system faces major challenges. This master’s program in health economics and health care management aims to analyze these challenges and develop potential solutions. The program imparts both methodological skills and the ability to apply this expertise to issues in health care. Students acquire knowledge of the complex interactions within health care and learn to put this knowledge into practice.
The MSc program, which is conducted in both German and English, is organized by the Department of Socioeconomics at Universität Hamburg in close cooperation with the Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE). The HCHE is jointly run by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences and the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf and is one of the largest centers for health economics research in Europe.
Students have the opportunity to select and individually combine courses in health economics and health care management in their advanced studies.
The minimum requirements for admission in M.Sc Health Economics & Health Care Management at University Of Hamburg for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
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The four-semester master’s program is divided into four fields:
The master's thesis is written in the fourth semester.