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I want to work in the hospital management sector and for that would like to pursue MSc in healthcare management . Please guide me.

  • Mariam Tawfik profile image
  • Mariam Tawfik Original poster
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom

 Hi,

I have a bachelors of pharmacy but I want to work in hospitals management so I'm confused about which course to take MSc of healthcare management Or MBA healthcare management? I applied for MSc healthcare management but I'm hesitant between university of Swansea and Southampton, which one of them is better in terms of reputation and quality of education for this course ?What is the possibility of finding work in the UK after graduation?

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  • Khushboo Gera
  • Khushboo Gera Expert

Dear Mariam,

Hope you are fine.

Thanks for the query.

The main difference Msc and MBA is that MBA would be general ans should be done in order to polish the experience gained from the market.MSc is a hard core specialisation.

Which intake are you looking at?

We can help you with the complete process right from university shortlisting till the visa filing.

Kindly get in touch wiht me for the further process on khushboo.gera@hotcourses.co.in

Regards

Khushboo Gera

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