ABOUT

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a global leader in social sciences research and teaching, has partnered with the European Heart Academy (EHA) of the European Society of Cardiology to deliver a unique Master’s degree programme on health economics, policy, and outcomes research aimed at health care professionals in cardiovascular sciences with full-time employment. 

 

The programme is delivered in a two-week modular format over two years. It aims to provide a suite of high quality integrated courses for individuals seeking to advance or shift their careers.

Video introductions to the Executive MSc in Health Economics, Outcomes and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences at the LSE

KEY COMPONENTS

Transform the future of cardiovascular medicine

Understand how economics shape cardiovascular services

Evaluate the outcomes that matter to patients and policymakers

Devise creative solutions to future challenges

SNAPSHOT OF PARTICIPANTS

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The programme has a truly global intake

PARTICIPANT HIGHLIGHTS

A celebration of the first-ever graduating class

 

FACULTY

Participants of the programme are taught by the LSE’s world-renowned and internationally outstanding academic faculty

Andrew Street
Huseyin Naci
Elias Mossialos
Panos Kanavos
Irini Papanicolas
 

PROGRAMME

HOW DOES IT WORK?

24  months of part-time study with 8 weeks of accelerated teaching in London:

2   weeks in December and   2   weeks in June each year

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ALUMNI

With advanced training in outcomes research, health policy, and health economics, course participants leave the programme equipped with key skills to become the future champions and drivers of change in their clinics, hospitals, regional and national health systems, regulatory bodies, and even at the international level.

 

An expanding network of our graduates are taking on roles in guideline development panels, health technology assessment committees, public-private research initiatives, consulting companies, and healthcare industries and the skills gained at the LSE are helping them to excel.

 

APPLY

Competition for programmes at the LSE is high, so please apply as early as you can. You can also request a prospectus and find out more about the LSE from the same portal.

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