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Health Sciences - International Healthcare Management

Programme Description
This full-time Masters responds to the need in the international nursing market for a post-graduate programme focusing on healthcare management. It prepares practitioners to assume leadership roles in various healthcare settings globally. International healthcare standards require knowledge of corporate governance, fiscal sustainability and leadership accountability for senior healthcare positions. Graduates with this skill-set will be set to assume such positions.

Entry requirements

Entry Requirements
• A primary degree (minimum 2:2) in Nursing or Healthcare related field
• Minimum of two years post-registration nursing/health related experience
• Nursing registration in country of origin/residence
• English language proficiency (IELTS 6.5)
• Completed application and personal statement
• Original academic documentation and supporting experiential records

Selection Process
• Completed application form which includes a personal statement
• Meets minimum requirements
• Recognised Degree in Nursing (or equivalent)
• Registered nurse in country of origin
• Original academic documentation & experiential records to support application


One Calendar Year (full-time).

Number of credits


Further enquiries

Dr Maria Gallo
Programme Coordinator
Centre for Lifelong Learning
St. Angela's College
Lough Gill, Sligo
T: +353 (0) 71 9135623

Subjects taught

Module/Subject Titles include:
The MHSc comprises of 7 modules. The modular programme will be delivered over 12 months and be worth 90 ECTS
• Principles and Practice of Management (10 ECTS)
• Strategic Management and Leadership (10 ECTS)
• Information, Measurement, and Evaluation (10 ECTS)
• Quality Health Care Management (10 ECTS)
• Ethical Practice in Health Care Management (10 ECTS)
• Managing Finance in Health Care Organisations (10 ECTS)
• Change Management Project (30 ECTS)

Application date

Application Process:
Deadline for applications 31st May 2019

Enrolment and start dates

Start Date: 9th September 2019
Course runs annually in September

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