Who is the programme for?
Designed for individuals and groups across healthcare organisations and stakeholders, the course has a global perspective, with a focus on innovation and improvement, making it particularly applicable for:
- Clinically trained professionals requiring an expansion of horizons, and a toolkit to address the challenges they will face in their roles
- Professionals in a leadership role in a public, private or third sector entity, which is or will be part of the health and care ecosystem, and want to develop their strategic understanding
- Professionals in global health and care policy, operating from organisations such as think tanks, academic organisations, governments and NGOs who want to understand alternative ways of fostering innovation and improvement.
Our course is conducted in English, and participants are expected to be able to understand and contribute to discussions. A usual requirement if English is not your first language, is that you would have a full professional proficiency having worked in an English speaking environment, or that you would have graduated from an English speaking university. If English is not your first language, we may require evidence of your proficiency.
Further information on English language requirements
Please see the University’s page for English language requirements.