Best Choice for Physician


Marco Mich...
Hi All,
I am asking to find the best way according to my profile, I am a physician, non European, have 9 years experience in medical management among different healthcare sectors.
My main goal is to relocate in Europe and to continue working in the same field.
I don`t have GMAT. I am thinking between two different ways:
1. The first is to take part time MBA program in one of the following universities due to limited budget; Lancaster , Brunel or Strathclyde; as the first two choice had healthcare concentrations while the third haven`t.
2. The second is to try to find PhD in healthcare management and start searching for scholarship and work on that.
Appreciating your recommendations.
Thanks.
Hi All,
I am asking to find the best way according to my profile, I am a physician, non European, have 9 years experience in medical management among different healthcare sectors.
My main goal is to relocate in Europe and to continue working in the same field.
I don`t have GMAT. I am thinking between two different ways:
1. The first is to take part time MBA program in one of the following universities due to limited budget; Lancaster , Brunel or Strathclyde; as the first two choice had healthcare concentrations while the third haven`t.
2. The second is to try to find PhD in healthcare management and start searching for scholarship and work on that.
Appreciating your recommendations.
Thanks.
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mba hipste...
Make sure you'd be eligible for a student visa if you pursued a part-time program. Sometimes visas require a certain number of hours of study per week. For example, I think the Tier 4 visas are only open to full-time students.

Don't limit yourself to schools offering specialized programs. Even if your goals include staying in the health sector, you will probably be better off with a general MBA at a strong school.

The schools you are looking at do not have great success placing non-EU students in the UK. Strathclyde is ok.

Take the GMAT and try for stronger schools.

A PhD could be an option as well, but I don't have much experience with PhDs.
Make sure you'd be eligible for a student visa if you pursued a part-time program. Sometimes visas require a certain number of hours of study per week. For example, I think the Tier 4 visas are only open to full-time students.

Don't limit yourself to schools offering specialized programs. Even if your goals include staying in the health sector, you will probably be better off with a general MBA at a strong school.

The schools you are looking at do not have great success placing non-EU students in the UK. Strathclyde is ok.

Take the GMAT and try for stronger schools.

A PhD could be an option as well, but I don't have much experience with PhDs.
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