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Programme summary

The Executive Master's in Medical Leadership (EMML) is a specialised degree that offers advanced leadership training to doctors. The programme develops leaders who can transform healthcare systems in ways that ultimately help people live longer, healthier lives. Grounded in research that shows that medical leadership improves healthcare system performance, this degree is distinct in targeting doctors. We have structured it in a way to fit into your busy schedule as a doctor, by offering the degree on a part-time, flexible basis.

Cass-FMLM scholarships for consultants

Cass and FMLM are coming together to offer three Cass-FMLM scholarships for consultants and general practitioners for the EMML. The scholarships cover 50% of all fees for the degree. They are aimed at general practitioners and consultants in acute and community/mental health care after CCT/CESR. This is open to self-funded  candidates (i.e. your tuition fees are not being paid by anyone other than yourself) who have clear professional merit and can demonstrate their potential to contribute to all aspects of the EMML.

Programme structure

The programme is designed and structured to allow for intellectual progression through core modules taught over a two year period. You will attend one two-day block session (on a Friday and Saturday) each month during the academic year (September through June). Additionally, you will have the opportunity to attend social and networking events where you can engage with the larger community of Cass alumni and friends in healthcare.


Visit the Executive Master's in Medical Leadership (MSc) page on the Cass Business School website for more details!

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