Development cooperation and economic determinants are in a constant state of flux and health systems worldwide are struggling to keep up. As health systems become more complex and costly, additional demands are placed on health workers at all levels. In this context, strong managers and leaders are needed to ensure sustainable and equitable health systems that can respond to current and future health needs. Indeed, the lack of managerial capacity at all levels of the health system is increasingly cited as a binding constraint to progress towards providing quality health services and achieving international health and development goals.
Managerial Capacities and Practical Skills
Swiss TPH's MBA in International Health Management seeks to create a new generation of managers and leaders capable of navigating these complexities, those who have solid knowledge of and practical skills in public health, health economics, business administration and management and who are able to work in multicultural and transdisciplinary settings.