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Online Master in Health Economics and Pharmacoeconomics

Admission requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent.
  • Depending on the undergraduate degree of the participants, additional training will be required. Students will be required to take additional courses that should be done during the first weeks of the Master and do not involve an additional cost. The courses will be in the areas of Global Health, Statistics and Economics.

Proficiency in English

 

To present an official English Certificate with the following minimum scores:

  • TOEFL IBT: > 72
  • CAE: B2
  • IELTS: > 5.0

Applicants whose mother tongue is English do not need to present the aforementioned certificate.

Applicants who have completed their full Bachelor's Degree at an English-speaking university must submit written evidence that the language of instruction of their studies was English.

Admission and Enrollment

  1. Application for admission

    • Applications for admission will be evaluated according to the calendar below. Please check your program's start date and make sure you present your application well in advance:
      Admission rounds
      Application round Deadline Admission resolution Reservation fee payment
      1 22/11/2016 week of 12/12/2016 09/01/2017
      2 13/12/2016 week of 16/01/2017 06/02/2017
      3 17/01/2017 week of 06/02/2017 27/02/2017
      4 21/02/2017 week of 06/03/2017 03/04/2017
      5 21/03/2017 week of 03/04/2017 28/04/2017
      6 25/04/2017 week of 15/05/2017 05/06/2017
      7 23/05/2017 week of 12/06/2017 03/07/2017
      8 13/06/2017 week of 03/07/2017 19/07/2017
      9 11/07/2017 week of 24/07/2017 04/08/2017
      10 05/09/2017 week of 18/09/2017 26/09/2017
      11 14/09/2017 week of 25/09/2017 09/10/2017
      12 10/10/2017 week of 23/10/2017 03/11/2017
      • Application rounds will not apply once the program has started.
      • Applications received after each round will be automatically moved to the next round.
      • Application rounds are subject to the number of places available on the program.
      • If the program starts before the next application round, your application will be evaluated as soon as you submit all the required documents.
      • If the program starts before the deadline for the reservation fee, the payment must be made in full before the program starts.
    • Complete the online admission form
    • Pay the €120 admission fee. This amount is part of the registration fee and will be returned if you are not admitted.
    • To complete your application, we will ask you to send us a series of documents that the Admissions Committee needs in order to be able to assess your profile and your suitability for the program.

    Additional documents may be requested in certain cases. These will be submitted through a specific online platform.

  2. Admission

    • The Admissions Committee will select the candidates on the basis of a personal or CV-based interview.
    • You will be notified of the admission decision in writing.
  3. Enrolment

    Once the letter of acceptance to the program has been received, you will need to submit the following original documents before the course begins:

    • Stamped and/or authenticated photocopy of your university degree.
    • Stamped and/or authenticated photocopy of academic transcript. Make sure that it includes your GPA (Grade Point Average).

    If you have a foreign degree you may need to submit additional documents.

    Paying the reservation fee (25% of the program's tuition fees) is essential in order to reserve your place.

    The remaining tuition fees must be paid before the start of the course.

    If you pay the tuition fees by bank transfer you will be required to introduce the program code. The program code for this course is {1553}.

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