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This health economics course is ideal preparation for a career as a professional health economist or modeller. The importance and use of health economics and health technology assessment (HTA) and health economic modelling, is rapidly increasing in the current economic climate.
On this health economics course you’ll study a growing area with a worldwide demand for qualified specialists.
The importance and use of health technology assessment and health economic modelling is rapidly increasing. This health economics course helps you to become highly employable by developing the analytical skills required to evaluate the clinical outcomes and cost-effectiveness of health technologies such as new drugs, public health initiatives, screening programmes and diagnostic
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2:1 honours degree in a numerate subject such as economics, operational research, mathematics, statistics, pharmacy, industrial engineering, management science, physics, pharmacy or systems control.
English language requirements:
Overall IELTS grade of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
Details of up to date course fee can be found here: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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University of Sheffield has grown in reputation and size to become one of the UK’s leading universities with a global reputation for teaching and research. As part of the UK Russell Group, the University is a premier-league, research-led institution with over 27,000 students including more than 7,000 international students from 143 countries and over 7,000 members of staff.Read more
This course helped me get up to speed on health economics modelling terminology and techniques fast enabling me to progress considerably more quickly than would have been the case without.
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