For the academic year 2019-2020, master students coming from the University of Hamburg, the University of Bayreuth or the University of Oslo can apply for an exchange semester at Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management. You need to be nominated by your home university.
You may choose from the following courses:
1 Advanced Research Methods (GW4588M) 5 EC 1 Economics and Financing of Health Care Systems (GW4567M) 5 EC 1 Patient Centered Care Delivery (GW4002MV) 5 EC 2 Economics of Health and Health Care (GW4568M) 5 EC 2 Health Technology Assessment (GW4546M) 5 EC 2 Quality and Safety (GW4007MV) 5 EC 2 Organisational Behaviour (GW4004MV) 5 EC 3 International Health Law (GW4544M) 5 EC 3 Comparative Health Policy (GW4574M) 5 EC 3 Health Service Operations Management (GW4005MV) 5 EC 3 Public Health Economics (GW4566M) 5 EC 3 Research Topics in Health Economics (GW4579M) 5 EC
4 Health Technology Assessment (GW4585M) 5 EC 4 Competition in Health Care Markets (GW4573M) 5 EC 4 Global Health Economics (GW4582M) 5 EC 4 Patient Preferences using Discrete Choice Experiments (GW4580M) 5 EC 4 Advanced Health Economic Modelling (GW4563M) 5 EC 4 Health Care Ethics (GW4564M) 5 EC 4 Financial Management (GW4006MV) 5 EC 5 Governance & Strategy (GW4008MV) 5 EC 5 Behavioural Decision Theory in Health (GW4548M) 5 EC 5 Governing Healthy Cities (GW4565M) 5 EC 5 Health Economic Development & Policy (GW4584M) 5 EC 5 Pharmaceutical Pricing and Market Access (GW4575M) 5 EC 6 Health Services Innovation (GW4586M) 5 EC 6 Advanced Health Economic Modelling (GW4587M) 5 EC 6 Healthcare Procurement (GW4009MV) 5 EC
Detailed course information
For detailed information on content, learning objectives, names of teachers, and the timetable, click on the course name in the table above, leading to the course-specific page in the online Course Guide . When on a course page, a black menu button on the right 'Timetable' will show you the full timetable for that course, including exam dates.
Please note that timetables are subject to small changes throughout the academic year. Make sure to always check the timetable for the latest version. The 2019-2020 timetable will be made available in August.
Most exams take place at the end of each block, in the week following the last course meeting. Should you have to re-take an exam, you'll get the opportunity at the end of each semester (i.e. at the end of January / beginning of February, and at the end of June / beginning of July).
Exam dates are included in the timetable links of the online Course Guide: when on a course page, a black menu button on the right 'Timetable' shows the full timetable for that course, including the exam dates.
Workload & EC
Each course has a workload of 5 European Credits (EC). A total of 60 credits represents the workload of a full year of study; 1 EC stands for 28 hours of study. Studying includes: attending lectures and workgroup meetings, planning, reading, preparing for the exam, writing essays, and carrying out assignments.
You are advised to choose not more than 2 courses for each block, and not more than 30 EC per semester. We'll confirm your choice and course registration after you have been nominated by your home university. See the application procedure for more info.