Health EconomicsBangor Campus
排名: 62 (UKEAS)
地點: Bangor Campus
學位: Masters by research
Professor Hodgkinson 分享為什麼班戈商學院排名佳，而且是英國最棒的學習地點之一，以及班戈對於國際學生一流的照顧。
The MSc by Research programme will provide students with research skills relevant to employment in the academic and university sector, Health Service and other healthcare organisations as will as the private sector, such as consultancy and the pharmaceutical industry. It also provides a dedicated route for high calibre students who may have a specific research aim in mind and are ready to carry out independent research leading to PhD level study. The Masters by Research programme is embedded in the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation (CHEME) and students will be supported and guided by professional researchers within CHEME as part of postgraduate supervision. CHEME was founded in 2001 and. is one of the leading health economics centres in the UK. CHEME contributed to the University’s highest ranked unit of assessment in the 2014 Excellence Framework, with 95% if research outputs being world leading and internationally excellent and rating the University 3rd out of 94 institutions across the UK. CHEME is active across a wide range of health economic and medicines evaluation research.
Admissions by undergraduate degree: Successful completion of Bachelor degree class of 1st or 2:1 or equivalent, in a relevant subject: - Social Science e.g. economics, psychology - Quantitative Science e.g. mathematics, operational research - Medial e.g. pharmacy, medicine, nursing, biomedical sciences. Admission by Experience: Mature student status - A candidate may be considered for acceptance provided that they have relevant experience and have strong references and personal statement. Usually, under such circumstances, the candidate would be invited for an interview where circumstances allowed (e.g. face-to-face, Skype, telephone).
IELTS: 6.0 (with no element below 5.5)
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