Health Services Management MPhil

Prospective applicants for research degrees in any aspect of health service management and health care policy are invited to apply, outlining their special interests. As part of their application, candidates will need to submit an outline proposal of their research topic.

Research areas - HSMC offers the opportunity to study for research degrees in a wide variety of topics relating to health services policy and management, including: Leadership and organisational development, Patient experience and public involvement, Partnerships, collaboration and integration, Clinical and strategic commissioning, Quality and innovation in service provision. HSMC staff bring their wide knowledge of UK and international health systems (gained through research and consultancy activities, as well as their own professional experience) to their teaching and tutorial support for students. This emphasis on combining theory and practice is maintained throughout all of our programmes.

Career prospects: The skills you'll gain from studying in the School are highly sought after in most jobs or professions, as you will develop analytical skills and the ability to gather, assess and interpret data, all of which require clear and logical thinking. Birmingham's School of Social Policy postgraduates enter a wide range of occupational sectors: the majority in the public sector in areas such as youth work but others including events, sales, administration and education. Graduates also opt to continue in academia.

MPhil, MPhil Award
September Start
Part-time Study Mode
2 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

The entry requirements for an MPhil are a good Honours degree or equivalent. Post-qualification experience will also be taken into account when considering applicants. Possibilities exist for transfer to a PhD programme from an MPhil programme.

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