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Full time October MSc 2 years full time

About the course

In addition to economics and management issues in healthcare, the M.Sc. in Health Economics covers social policy aspects and relevant medical questions with regard to patient safety, medical ethics and biostatistics. Students also have the opportunity to take a more indepth look at specific areas of business management, such as corporate and HR developement, supply chain management and market research.

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At the University of Cologne there are no tuition fees, just a biannual social contribution fee of slightly more than 300 euros, which includes the semester ticket for public transport throughout North Rhine-Westphalia. Invest in an excellent education and your future without paying a fortune.

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Student Profile(s)

Taulant Yzellari

"The campus itself is organised in a way that offers a perfect environment for studies but also for free time. It’s located, in what I think is one of the best parts of the city, near parks to relax in after lectures. There are also libraries dotted around campus equipped with the latest literature. And there are several canteens that offer healthy food at affordable prices."

Esra Genc

"The University of Cologne and our faculty in particular, develops academically very strong talent. Looking back, I recognize and appreciate that I had an education that was highly focused on analysis and math."

Nicoleta-Simina Proștean

"Cologne is a multi-faceted city, with loads to do. It’s a very welcoming place – very open towards international guests. Right from the start, I really appreciated the openness of the people of Cologne. If you take part in Cologne’s carnival festivities (which you have to!), you soon get infected by their love of life. The green parks and pretty lakes give the city additional appeal. I often miss Lindenthal, the green district where I used to live.
The WiSo Faculty campus is very international and helps every single student feel at home. I remember the uni ran lots of events for us at the start of our programme, especially for the international students. That sped up the process of getting to know other students and made it easier to settle down in our new home."


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