Healthcare or General MBA


opale01

Hi there and hope you can get me on the right track

I am thinking of joining part time MBA and need to choose the University
Really i am thinking of healthcare MBA as work in healthcare industry.

My first degree Radiography in UK and i joined medical device sector some years ago. Now in medium management role (started with clinical applications, then internal training & education) and would like to climb up
The goal is to build up my network via MBA, go to consultancy in healthcare or get promotion in my company or join Philips

For that reason I am looking at

Imperial college London Weekend MBA
Maastricht MBA with Healthcare management
RSM Rotterdam school of management Erasmus
London City Bayes
MBA UCL Healthcare path
HEC Lausanee Healthcare MBA

Ideally i do not wish to stay in UK unless do consultancy or work remote
Any advice is much appreciated

Hi there and hope you can get me on the right track

I am thinking of joining part time MBA and need to choose the University
Really i am thinking of healthcare MBA as work in healthcare industry.

My first degree Radiography in UK and i joined medical device sector some years ago. Now in medium management role (started with clinical applications, then internal training & education) and would like to climb up
The goal is to build up my network via MBA, go to consultancy in healthcare or get promotion in my company or join Philips

For that reason I am looking at

Imperial college London Weekend MBA
Maastricht MBA with Healthcare management
RSM Rotterdam school of management Erasmus
London City Bayes
MBA UCL Healthcare path
HEC Lausanee Healthcare MBA

Ideally i do not wish to stay in UK unless do consultancy or work remote
Any advice is much appreciated
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Duncan

Is your Dutch better than your French?

Is your Dutch better than your French?
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RSM doesnt have healthcare MBA

RSM doesnt have healthcare MBA<br>
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You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics


A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)

You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics<br><br><br>A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)<br>
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opale01

Is your Dutch better than your French?


No, but i am hoping to get work in international company and eventually learn the language

[quote]Is your Dutch better than your French? [/quote]<br><br>No, but i am hoping to get work in international company and eventually learn the language<br>
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opale01

You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics


A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)




yes it does not have healthcare but after some research on linked in i can see many people are gone to Philips. My undergrad is Medical imaging- radiography from UK respectful university

[quote]You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics<br><br><br>A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)<br> [/quote]<br><br><br><br>yes it does not have healthcare but after some research on linked in i can see many people are gone to Philips. My undergrad is Medical imaging- radiography from UK respectful university<br>
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opale01

You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics





I can not do full time degree i work full time

[quote]You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics<br><br><br><br> [/quote]<br><br>I can not do full time degree i work full time <br>
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You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics


A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)




yes it does not have healthcare but after some research on linked in i can see many people are gone to Philips. My undergrad is Medical imaging- radiography from UK respectful university



So your research shown part time degree grads going to philips?

2 points here:

1) philips is big, it has everything from medical devices to smart bulbs. Are you sure they went to health care department?

2) international MBA at RSM is only full time, part time program is Executive MBA. Just FYI.

[quote][quote]You might want to consider instead Erasmus University Rotterdam MSc Health Economics: eur.nl/en/master/health-economics<br><br><br>A friend of mine did it, and he got a job in IQVIA first, then in Philips HEOR, without any Dutch. But his undergrad was Pharmaseuticals from a top uni from his country (non-EU)<br> [/quote]<br><br><br><br>yes it does not have healthcare but after some research on linked in i can see many people are gone to Philips. My undergrad is Medical imaging- radiography from UK respectful university<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>So your research shown part time degree grads going to philips?<br><br>2 points here:<br><br>1) philips is big, it has everything from medical devices to smart bulbs. Are you sure they went to health care department?<br><br>2) international MBA at RSM is only full time, part time program is Executive MBA. Just FYI.<br>
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