Swansea University’s Business School, the School of Management is the home to the impressive MSc Advanced Health and Care Management programme. The programme is designed for middle to senior working professionals looking to enhance leadership and development within the Health, Social Care and Third Sector workforce.

The MSc Advanced Health and Care Management programme is a flexible and innovative degree that uses a variety of teaching methods, in the main through weekly lectures and seminars and developed by experts and practitioners in the health, care and voluntary sectors.

The programme is accredited by the CPD standards office, and offers two unique pathways; Value-Based and Innovation and Transformation. Plus both part-time and full-time options are available!

If you or would like to know more about the programme, register below for a short webinar:

The webinar will be around 45 minutes and will be hosted by the Programme Director and academic leads, who will provide a full overview of the programme; learning objectives, how it will enhance your role and future employment opportunities, plus a live Q&A opportunity!

There are both part-time and full-time options available, and are taught as per below:

2 Years Part-Time1 Year Full-Time
Suitable for full-time working professionalsBlended learning; most teaching done online with a face-to-face workshop per moduleApproximately 7 hours commitment per weekSelf-directed learning is a key aspect to the programmeOnline teaching Real Industrial Project as opposed to dissertation  Intensive and engaging on campus face to face lectures and seminars sessionsSupplementary self-directed elementsFace-to-face lecturers and seminars on campusIndustrial Project as opposed to dissertation.  

There are several fully-funded scholarships available to professional learners from across Wales, working within NHS Wales, social care and third sector organisations. You can find out more about our scholarships here.

If you have any further questions at this time, please don’t hesitate to contact us on: studyFHSS@swansea.ac.uk

Bryn Kentish
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Bryn Kentish