A master is a graduate degree that is meant to be completed after finishing a bachelor. Although they may take between one and three years of study, most master's programs may be completed in about two years.
Denmark's higher education puts emphasis on a technical higher education through the university learning. Most of the Danish universities also offers quality international students culture due to its relaxed Scandinavian attitude.
Contact Universities about Master Degrees in Health in Denmark 2018
Medicine with Industrial Specialisation focuses on developing new medicine and better treatments of diseases. The education combines medicine, pharmacology, science and technology. [+]
Medicine with Industrial Specialisation focuses on developing new medicine and better treatments of diseases. The education combines medicine, pharmacology, science and technology.
You get the opportunity to work with for example stem cells and reconstruction of tissues, clinical and pre-clinical testing of drugs and interactions between marketing and health economics and more.
The master´s programme in Medicine with Industrial Specialization is composed of three health related profiles: Biomedicine, Translational Medicine and Medical Market Access. As a student you get to choose which profile you want.
Large projects carried out in groups of students are a substantial part of the programme, through which students design and implement solutions to “real life” problems.... [-]
The focus area of the profile is the economics of health care. The profile is designed to provide specialisation in the related fields of health economics, health... [+]
Master in Economics - Health Care Management and Economics (MSc)
The focus area of the profile is the economics of health care. The profile is designed to provide specialisation in the related fields of health economics, health policy and health care management.The demand for graduates with competencies within health economics and related fields continues to increase as the demand for more advanced and expensive healthcare puts pressure on policy decision makers and healthcare industry managers. The purpose of the profile is to give the students the capacity to ask questions that are characteristic for applications and policy analysis within the health care sector. The profile gives students the ability to use economic theory and methods to give reflective answers.The student will gain competencies in analysing policies and governance issues with an emphasis on health care institutions. In addition the student will gain strong analytical skills within applied economics in general. This is a qualification that may further career opportunities both in the private and the public sector - nationally as well as internationally. Graduates can expect to find employment in public administrations, government departments and agencies, management consultancies, international organizations, the pharmaceutical industry, and academia.... [-]