- No numerus clausus, no admission restrictions
- Studies in Wiesbaden/Hesse
- Intensive Master's programme in small learning groups
The prerequisite for admission to this degree programme is a successfully completed Bachelor's degree with at least 180 ECTS credits in one of the fields of Health and Life Sciences, Economics, Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Biology, Medical Technology, Mathematics, Statistics or Medical Technology, or a comparable academic degree, such as a Diplom degree.
In addition, you prove your English language skills via a TOEFL test with 90 points, an IELTS with at least 6.5 points, a Cambridge certificate B2, C1 or C2 with at least 169 points or a PTE Academic with 62 points. If you have completed your Bachelor's degree in an English-speaking country, you do not have to prove separate English language skills.
Study content and specialisations
With this English-language Master's programme, you will learn about international health systems and become an expert in pricing and market access. For example, you will systematically look at the differences between international health systems and also examine ethical, political, legal and economic aspects.
The curriculum includes the following modules:
- Semester 1: Introduction to Economic Theory for Healthcare, Epidemiology and Applied Statistics, Pharmacoeconomic Evaluation and Outcomes Research, Health Policy, Healthcare Systems & Regulations, Global Health Product Development and Regulations, Academic Writing Skills
- Semester 2: Modelling in Pharmacoeconomics, Data Analysis and Application of Quantitative Methods, Ethical Issues in Healthcare Resource Allocation, Market Strategies for International Healthcare, International HTA Processes, Pricing & Reimbursement Management, Presentation andNegotiation Skills
- Semester 3: Research Skills and Research Project, Residency Placement
- Semester 4: Colloquium, Master’s Thesis & Master's Defense
Study in Wiesbaden
The Fresenius University of Applied Sciences has its roots in Wiesbaden, the capital of Hesse, where Carl Remigius Fresenius founded his chemical laboratory in 1848. The city offers not only numerous historical sights, but also an interesting business structure with many medium-sized companies, service providers and agencies as well as a lively start-up scene. The Fresenius University of Applied Sciences with its 30 modern lecture halls, university library and refectory can be found at Moritzstr. 17a.
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