Admission

Master Health Care Management

To qualify for the master in Health Care Management, students must have obtained a university bachelor degree in a relevant field and evident thorough proficiency in English (full time programme) or Dutch (part time programme) and sufficient proficiency in mathematics.

Prior education

Students must have successfully completed a bachelor degree or a master degree in a relevant field at a recognised university.

Those who have obtained a Dutch Bachelor or Master of Science degree in:

  • European Public Health
  • Health Sciences, with at least one course on healthcare management or health policy
  • Health and Society
  • Human Health and Life Sciences
  • Business Economics
  • Medicine
  • Business administration
  • Public administration

Or students with a bachelor or master degree related to one of the main disciplines, such to be determined by the Admission Board:

  • Health Sciences
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Policy

Note that all non-Dutch diplomas will have to be assessed by the admissions office and/or Nuffic. All applications will be assessed individually by the admissions committee, which will determine whether students are eligible for the master.

Please note that students holding a bachelor degree from a university of applied sciences do not qualify for the master in Health Care Management and will not be accepted. We do offer a pre-master in Dutch.

Language skills

Proof of proficiency in English must be presented by submitting the results from either:

Certificate

Equivalent B.2 CEFR

Level Statement of Language & Training Centre Erasmus University (valid for 1 year)

B.2.2

IELTS

Minimum score of 6,5

iBT TOEFL (valid for 2 years)

Minimum score of 90

Cambridge First Certificate (FCE)

Grade A and B

Cambridge Advanced (CAE)

Grade C

Anglia exam

Only with additional speaking test (C1 of C2 level)

International Baccalaureate "English A: Language & Literature higher level" received in the Netherlands

English A

 Exemption from the requirements are granted to those with:

  • the nationality of one of the following countries: Australia, Canada (with the exception of Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, UK or the USA, or
  • A university bachelor’s or master’s programme fully taught in English in one of the following countries: The Netherlands, Australia, Canada (with the exception of Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, the UK or the USA.

Proficiency in Mathematics

The master HCM/Zoma requires students to have proven proficiency in mathematics, i.e. those with:

  • a vwo diploma with mathematics A, B, C or equivalent or
  • research methods in previous education, to be assessed by the Admission Board or
  • a vwo mathematics certificate, to be assessed by the Admission Board