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International Healthcare Leadership, which is a 2 year part-time programme that’s accredited by KHDA and it focuses on the global challenges facing healthcare leaders and the roles that clinicians, managers, and the wider healthcare economy can play in reshaping healthcare services.

Healthcare leaders across the globe face constant and ever-growing demands across an increasingly multi-faceted healthcare system. Leaders need to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to respond to these challenges. This MSc programme will explore how to lead across different levels of healthcare in a timely, cost-effective and seamless manner, giving prevention as much priority as treatment and considering how different healthcare systems can be better integrated across diverse primary, secondary and tertiary providers. This can help in supporting a vision of championing healthier nations and allowing its leaders to share good practice with others and to learn from other systems across the globe.


Dr Karun Thakur
General Manager, Operations & Public Affairs
Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi

“All health systems are unique with fast-changing demographics, and most are witnessing changes in the way they provide healthcare. This course helped us understand how those changes are occurring in different systems, settings and countries.”
Graduated: 2009


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