Degree Programme in Global Health and Crisis Management
Global Health and Crisis Management is a professional program for health care professionals interested in the development and management of health care within public health, health care industry institutions (hospitals), and in public, private and non-profit sectors, crisis management.
The program focuses on health care development and management from the perspectives of global health and humanity, health and infection prevention and crisis management. Within the transnational projects the student meet global health topics and challenges in development and management when creating working theories and practices for the good of health care service users.
Master's Degree is a 1.5 - 2.5-years program. The studies are offered in English, and they can be completed alongside a full-time job. The candidates are awarded the qualification of Master of Health Care.
Admission requirements 2019
Bachelor's level degree and a minimum of three years of relevant work experience acquired after graduation. Fluent spoken and written English. Admission requirements for the studies are Bachelor Degree in Health Care; Nurse or Public Health Nurse; or Bachelor of Social Services; or Bachelor of Physiotherapy or other relevant degrees at EQF6 level completed in Universities or Universities of Applied Sciences in Finland. The assessment of international degrees are case specific.
Information in English about the Finnish UAS degrees mentioned above is available at www.studyinfo.fi
How to apply
application for this programme is submitted via the Studyinfo.fi
application system in January 2019. Please read through the application
instructions and certificate requirements for applying available at Applying to Master's programmes.