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Completion of at least three years of study at a recognised domestic or foreign post-secondary educational institution (bachelor's, diploma and master's degree programmes at universities of applied sciences and universities, doctoral studies), as well as professional experience in the health and social care sector, depending on the specialisation, specific proven knowledge from the tertiary sector.
The University of Applied Sciences Master's degree programme in Health Management & Integrated Care accepts 25 applicants each year.
Application deadline: 31 May - you can see whether an application is still possible after this date HERE.
Applications received by the specified deadline for the University of Applied Sciences Master's degree programme in Health Management & Integrated Care will be considered in the admission procedure for the coming academic year. Registration takes place via the online application.
Deposit Once a place on the programme has been bindingly awarded, the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland charges a deposit of € 350 to secure the student's place. This will be refunded to active students at the end of the first semester. If an applicant does not fulfil the admission requirements (e.g. failed Bachelor's examination, etc.), the deposit will also be returned. In all other cases, the deposit is forfeited.
Highlights of this degree programme
Future-oriented degree programme that is unique in Austria by combining healthcare management with innovative care models
Individualspecialisation options: "Health Care Management" and "Integrated Care"
Acquisition of additional qualifications during the degree programme ("Case and Care Management", "Process Management" and "Project Management")
Theory-led and application-orientated teaching: constant theory-practice transfer through the professional activities of many students
Graduates take on management positions in health and social care facilities (hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, spas, outpatient services, local authorities, group practices, health organisations, long-term care facilities, care facilities, advice centres, social insurance institutions)
as a manager in healthcare and/or social services in hospital management at the interface between inpatient and outpatient care in central coordination in the field of social work in teaching, research and development
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