24-month program to begin in June

Germany's HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management will launch a part-time MBA in Hospital Management & Health Services, according to the school.

The program be delivered in 3 block weeks and 16 intensive course weekends taught in Leipzig and Cologne. The 24-month MBA will also include practical course components, where participants can apply what they've learned directly to their current jobs.

HHL's new program is aimed at doctors, hospital executives, rehabilitation clinic and nursing facility executives, as well as managers from the medical industry and associations.

Applications are currently being accepted for a June 2014 intake. For more information, please see HHL's MBA in in Hospital Management & Health Services course webpage.

 

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