UCL Executive MBA Health
UCL Executive MBA Health
Our 24-month on-line Executive MBA Health programme positions you at the forefront of healthcare leadership. The EMBA is designed for busy professionals who are seeking to gain a world-class specialist business education while continuing their careers.
Start date: 25 September 2023
Duration: 24 months
Location: On-line with an annual health systems residential week
Apply: Applications for September 2023 are now open. Applcations close 31 March 2023.
Closing date for applications: 31 March 2023
Tuition fee: £45,000 for the two-year MBA plus travelling costs for the annual in-person week
Who it’s for:
Individuals who are looking to gain the skills of a specialist Executive MBA in Health that fits in with work, family, and other commitments.
Individuals who determined to make a difference as healthcare leaders.
Clinicians, scientists, general managers, business specialists, social scientists and entrepreneurs who are seeking to elevate their careers in public or private health sectors, NGOs, think tanks, management consulting, policy making, or entrepreneurship.
NHS employees in particular would benefit from this Master’s degree.
Individuals who are seeking to pivot to a role in the healthcare sector with ambitions to lead at a higher level.
Apply for an Executive MBA Health scholarship
We have a numerous scholarships for EMBA Health applicants keen to make an impact in the Healthcare management sector. This equates to a 30% reduction in fees for the recipient.
EMBA Excellence Scholarship - Up to £15,000
An innovative health focused business education - on your terms
The UCL Executive MBA Health programme blends world-class research, teaching, and impact with practical business and leadership skills. You will combine knowledge, skills, and behaviours in business and management studies found on a high-quality general MBA with in-depth understanding of global healthcare systems. UCL’s on-line EMBA includes an immersive week in London during the first year and a fieldwork week in the second year in the USA. It offers greater flexibility than the full/part-time MBA Health programme which may suit individuals at different stages of their careers.
As healthcare now accounts for more than 10% of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the Executive MBA Health equips you for career and entrepreneurship opportunities in a growing and dynamic global sector.
UCL Executive MBA Health highlights
The opportunity to gain business acumen and knowledge of the healthcare management sector through flexible on-line delivery to fit around your schedule.
An on-line induction – with the help of a professional assessment and development consultant to accelerate your personal development journey, enabling you to shape your EMBA experience while transforming your leadership style and career.
Programme delivery - four specific business discipline focused blocks where topics come to life with discussions on real-world scenarios and case studies facilitated by health care and management experts.
One annual in-person fieldwork visit per year. The first study week is in London and takes you on a deep dive into the NHS, private and charitable health care spaces. The second immersive in-person week is a field study visit for the group projects on healthcare systems in the USA.
Both in-person weeks include site visits, lectures, case studies, and valuable opportunities to collaborate and network.
The opportunity to have an individualised consultancy experience in the health sector while also learning to work in a diverse team on a health idea through the Health Consultant Project and Global Health Research Project.
Throughout the programme, you’ll also receive one-to-one and group career coaching, leadership development and networking opportunities.
Attending UCL - a world top 10 university ranked 5th in the world for global health
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As a UCL Executive MBA Health graduate, you’ll come away with:
An enhanced understanding of the intersection between health and business.
Substantial research and analytical skills that can be specifically applied to health and business leadership.
A detailed understanding of health organisations, how they’re managed and the changing external context.
Highly developed professional skills, with a focus on change and (digital) innovation in healthcare.
Well-honed written and verbal communication skills to support evidence-based decision-making and data management.
The capacity to identify business opportunities arising from healthcare research.
Important knowledge about the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues associated with bringing health innovations to market.
A keen awareness of your professional ambitions and skillsets, along with networks of colleagues and health leaders that will last a lifetime.
A mindset embracing innovation, nurtured by experiential learning and real-world examples used in teaching at UCL’s GBSH with peer support and extensive networks.
An appreciation of teamwork and collaboration for problem solving and delivering equity, diversity, and inclusion in healthcare settings aligned with the UN’s sustainable development goals.