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Leadership and Management in Health (MSc/PGDip/PGCert)


Kingston University Faculty of Business and Social Sciences

Part time September PgDip, MSc, PgCert 2-4 years part time

About the course

This course gives practising clinicians and health service managers a step up to the next level, and provides first-class training in key competencies for those who want to enter this sector. The programme offers both academic rigour and the practical skills to apply what you have learned to the workplace. Graduates leave the course as dynamic, forward-thinking healthcare professionals and service managers who excel in their field.

  • Get the best of both worlds with a highly flexible modular programme that combines face-to-face lectures, seminars and workshops that foster a learning community with online study that fits alongside your work commitments.
  • Work with the latest research and learn modelling and theories that you can use to analyse and improve your organisation straight away.
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Entry Requirements

We value work experience as highly as academic qualifications when selecting students for this course. We look for candidates who can not only support each other throughout the programme, but also contribute to the kind of lively classroom discussions that enhance and cement learning. See website for complete admission details: View Website


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Where is Kingston University


Student Profile(s)

Pamela McDonald Kuhne

The Leadership and Management in Health MSc is attached to Kingston Business School, which has a solid reputation. The programme outline offered relevant modules, which offered an excellent balance of theory and modern application. There is an energy that crackles on the Kingston Hill campus, which makes it a great place to visit. You cannot help but feel great to be learning in this environment!


Osmaan Saed

"I've learnt a lot in a very short space of time; we've covered a huge variety of topics. I'm the youngest on the course, at 23 years old, and intend to use my new found knowledge to move into a managerial position. I'm a recent graduate, so haven't found studying too hard."


Tawanda Chirisa

"I chose the MSc because I wanted to develop my management skills. I love the blended learning aspect – the discussion boards are great – and the lecturers are very supportive, particularly during my assignments. I'd really recommend this course."


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