Frankfurt School’s part-time MBA in International Healthcare Management is designed for working healthcare professionals to provide a thorough understanding of the international healthcare business.
The programme aims to develop responsible healthcare leaders and to equip them with practical business skills, advanced entrepreneurial skills, leadership expertise and integrity, in order to master the challenges in a globalised healthcare sector.
- Global perspective: international locations, faculty and participants
- 20 months part-time study programme, including thesis
- Easy application - no GMAT or GRE required for admission
- Innovative curriculum with focus on General Management in Healthcare
- Interactive learning environment
- Access to high-profile practitioners (Provider and supplier side)
- Extensive professional network
- Accredited by multiple international agencies
Students study in small, focused groups with classmates from all over the world and receive expert support from the programme management. That way, participants can confidently move ahead within their professional sphere while preparing themselves for the challenging tasks of top management in the healthcare sector!
Modules 1 to 10:
- M1: Introduction to Business, Economics and different Healthcare Systems (Frankfurt)
- M2: Managing Financial Resources & Controlling (Frankfurt)
- M3: Strategic Management and Marketing (Banglore, India)
- M4: Innovation, Strategy and Project Management (Washington D.C., USA)
- M5: Entrepreneurship & Management in Competitive Markets (e-based)
- M6: Quality and Process Management (Singapore)
- M7: Supply and Facility Management and IT (London area, UK)
- M8: HR, Organisation and Change Management (Dubai)
- M9: Leadership, Intercultural Management, Ethics (Frankfurt)
- M10: MBA Thesis
Entrepreneurial, international, intercultural
Experience an MBA programme with a truly international focus regarding healthcare systems and markets, locations, students and academic as well as corporate partners.
In the age of globalization, an intimate understanding of foreign cultures can be both, a valuable academic asset and an enriching personal experience.
There is no better way to learn about different healthcare systems, practices and markets around the world than visiting them!
Study with classmates from all over the world and exchange your experiences, while drawing on leading national and international healthcare experts: in hospitals or clinics, or organisations like health and bio technology, pharmaceutical, medical devices, service delivery, information technology, consulting companies, and government agencies.
Or network with alumni who work in the industry, and delve more deeply into various health care sectors.
- First academic degree
- Excellent written and spoken English skills
- At least 3 years of professional experience
- Healthcare relevant background or interest
Alumni & Careers
Our MBA in International Healthcare Management is recognised internationally for its prestige and lifelong learning experience. For more than 10 years, the programme educates international students who have excelled in their studies and careers. The alumni network of the MBA IHM already comprises more than 300 graduates working all around the world.
They are the next generation of healthcare leaders. We have helped them develop their business acumen, experience and authority, and to effectively apply them in the healthcare field. Our students graduate with the complex business and leadership skills needed to advance even further in healthcare with confidence and compassion, and improve patient outcomes worldwide.
Regular alumni events not only provide a platform for discussions, but often present career opportunities. Here are some examples of recent meetings of alumni:
- Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA
- Cerner, Kansas City, USA
- Budapest, Hungary
- Nairobi, Kenya
Major: International Healthcare Management
Full-time / Part-time: Part-time (Possibility to work full-time) (5 modules abroad)
Duration: 20 months
Price Total: 35.000 €
Application Deadline: July 31