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Career Opportunities

The European Master in Health Economics and Management is strongly supported by future employers in international organisations, hospitals and care organisations, governmental agencies, and research institutions.

International Employers

Due to the international aspect of the programme future employers may include organisations like pharmaceutical companies, aid organisations, health insurers, regulatory agencies and UN organisations. These employers ask for highly and internationally trained staff in the fields of health economics, policy analyses and health management.

National Employers

Large hospitals and integrated care organisations anticipate a growing demand for employees who are explicitly trained in EU policy and laof w. Ministries Health and other governmental agencies anticipate the need for internationally trained staff to govern and facilitate a possible integration of EU healthcare systems and services in the future. Furthermore, both commercial research organisations and universities are highly international in their scope and orientation.


Eu-HEM has established an alumni group on LinkedIn to support the connection and professional networking between stakeholder companies and Eu-HEM graduates. Also visit the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA: for more information.