Presentation: International Health & Social Management MA
The Master program International Health & Social Management prepares its students for the requirements of a future-oriented field of work where an understanding of the links between health care and social organizations - charitable and profit-oriented, public and private, national and international - is essential. The medium-term outlook for graduates of the 2-year Master program is administrative and upper-level management positions in the health care sector, in the social and public sector and related fields.
Due to the changing health care environment, the demand for qualified persons in this sector is constantly rising. Across the European Union, health and social systems and related policies are becoming more interconnected than ever before, with more movement of people, citizens, patients and professionals. This increased interconnectedness raises many policy issues, including quality and access in cross-border services, information requirements for citizens, patients, health professionals and policy-makers, the scope for cooperation in the health and social arena, and how to reconcile national policies with European obligations in general.
- Management 12,5%
- Economics 12,5%
- Governance 12,5%
- Law 12,5%
- Multidisciplinary 21%
- Methodes (including Master thesis) 29%
Bachelor or equivalent degree in Business Administration, Economics, Medicine, Public Health, Nursing or Social, Political or Natural Sciences
- Career background (30%)
- Written entrance exam (30%)
- Interview (40%)
Other application costs:
- Non-EU/EEA citizens: 28000 €
Course cost description:
For students from EU/EEA countries, tuition fees are currently EUR 363,- per semester (EUR 1.452,- for the program) plus membership fee for the Austrian Students' Union (ÖH) EUR 19,20. For Non-EU/EEA citizens tuition fees are currently EUR 7.000,- per semester (EUR 28.000,- for the program) plus membership fee for the Austrian Students' Union (ÖH).
MCI Global Scholarship
The MCI Global Scholarship is targeted at highly qualified students who are citizens of countries from outside the European Union/European Economic Area (and Switzerland) and is only available for students who are required to pay the current annual tuition fee of the respective study program. The scholarships may cover 25%, 50% or 75% of the tuition fee, are selective and based on the results of the MCI admissions and selection process. No consideration is taken of the students' financial needs in the selection process.
Application cost description:
Applicants from states other than EU and EEA member states and Switzerland are required to pay a tuition fee deposit of EUR 50,- with their online application. Applications can only be processed after receipt of this deposit.