The Health Economics Unit in the School of Public Health & Family Medicine at UCT runs a postgraduate programme that is designed for graduates from health sciences and social sciences: Masters in Public Health (specialising in Health Economics) programme
The curriculum has a developing country focus, and while theoretical components are included, the programme concentrates on the development of practical research skills that are useful to graduates working in African health systems. The core modules include Quantitative Methods in Health Economics; Microeconomics for the Health Sector; Theory and Application of Economic Evaluation in Health Care; Health Policy and Planning; The Economics of Health Systems; and Quantitative Research Methods. Students would also be required to choose two elective modules.
Further information is available on: http://heu-uct.org.za/courses/ degrees-and-diplomas/masters-in-public-health/
The final deadline for applications is 30 September.
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