The MSc in Health Economics prepares you for career opportunities in areas such as:
Economic consultancies and think'tanks;
Policy analysis for industry;
Professional associations and governmental bodies;
Teaching and research positions in academic institutions;
Non governmental organisations; and/or
Economic evaluation of products in the pharmaceutical industry.
Part one: route core module:
Quantitative methods (Health) (30 credits);
Advanced Economic Evaluation in Health Care (15 credits);
Economic evaluation (15 credits);
Economic evaluation workshops (15 credits);
Welfare economics (15 credits);
Epidemiology (15 credits); and
Health Economics (15 credits).
Part two: route core module:
Economics research project (60 credits).
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- You should have some mathematical background (A-level, IB, AP or any other equivalent secondary school qualification) and either of the following:
- a 2.1 (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in economics or related discipline (e.g. Finance);
- a 2.1 (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in business, management, politics, law, accounting, psychology, quantitative sociology or financial journalism.
- a 2.1 (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in a quantitative discipline (such as mathematics, engineering, computer science or a natural science).
- Students with a good 2.2 in one of the above disciplines might be considered on a case-by-case basis.