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THE PROGRAM

OVERVIEW
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  • The Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management trains managers and economists specialized in healthcare, public health, and social services (hospital administration, eldercare facilities, disability services …).
  • The program is designed to provide in-depth knowledge of public health and healthcare systems, and the organization and economics of the French and European social protection systems. It prepares students to work in all aspects of healthcare and social services including elder care, the fight against poverty, social and economic inequality…
  • The Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management is a 2-year program. Year 1 is devoted to the discipline’s core curriculum. Students choose between two “majors” depending on the specialization they intend to follow in Year 2.
    In Year 2, Master’s 2, students choose from 5 areas of specialization: 2 for Management majors and 3 for Economics majors.

Degree Level:  Baccalaureate + 5
Master's: French National University Degree
Program Duration: 4 semesters (not including an interim year)
Number of ECTS Credit points:  120
Program Head: Pierre LEVY, Senior Lecturer
Contact : isabelle.tanguyping @ dauphinepong.fr

CURRICULUM
ORGANIZATION
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  • Full-Time Study

Full-time Master’s students in Healthcare Economics & Management complete the program over 2 academic years. In Year 1, students can opt for either full-time study or an executive education track, depending on their choice of “Major” (Economics or Management).

We advise students who have completed Year 1 of the program to take an interim year before beginning Year 2, in order to gain real-world experience, refine their career projects, and strengthen their résumé. During their interim year, students can effectuate internships in France or abroad, or complete a personal, professional, social, or humanitarian project.

  • Apprenticeship track

Year 2 students who choose to specialize either in Economics and Management in the Healthcare and Social Services Sectors or in Medical-Economic Assessment and Market Access can opt for an apprenticeship track.

  • Executive Education

All 2nd year specializations, with the exception of Economic Expertise for Public Health Issues, offer an Executive Education track where students attend classes at Paris-Dauphine one day a week over 2 years. They complete Year 2 of the program in 2 years rather than in 1 year for full-time students. For more information, see the page dedicated to your choice of specialization.

THE TEACHING TEAM
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Pierre LEVY, Senior Lecturer
Program Head - Master’s in Healthcare Economics and Management
Stream coordinator - Medical-Economic Assessment and Market Access
 
Sandrine DUFOUR-KIPPELENSenior Lecturer
Stream coordinator - Economics and Management in Healthcare and Social Service
 
Clémentine GARROUSTESenior Lecturer
Stream coordinator - Economic Expertise for Public Health Issues

CAREER PERSPECTIVES

A FEW FIGURES
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Average job search duration after graduation

1 MONTH


100 %

First Job employment rate including 94% employed as managers, in the liberal professions, or as civil servants


Average annual gross salary

€ 42,754


24 %

of our recent graduates work abroad

Source: Paris-Dauphine Master’s Graduate Employment Survey for the Class of 2015, carried out in collaboration with Pluricité, a consulting group specialized in public policy assessment, between January and March 2017.

ALUMNI CAREER PATHS
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Frédérique DEBROUCKER, Director of Health Economics and Reimbursements, Medtronic France
Master’s in Healthcare Economics and Management, specialization in Healthcare Economics – Class of 2005
How did your Master’s contribute to your career? 
"It led to a change in career path at age 35: thanks to the program, I went from marketing manager to a position in market access (my initial degree was in Biomedical Engineering)."
What is your advice to students considering applying to the program?
"The Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management provides a solid, comprehensive understanding of the French public health system and the health sector’s macro and micro economic flows. It also teaches advanced technical skills (courses in modelling for example). The Apprenticeship Track gives you the practical experience you need to be an effective professional from day 1, and it often opens the door to a permanent contract with your host company (that’s often the case at Medtronic France)."

NETWORKS & RESOURCES

DAUPHINE ALUMNI

An agile, connected community

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  • Dauphine Alumni rassemble plus de 80 000 diplômés de l'Université engagés à un haut niveau dans la vie

    • Dauphine Alumni brings together over 80,000 graduates in positions of professional responsibility. The Association’s 20 thematic clubs organize encounters, after-work networking events, conferences, and mentoring initiatives.
    • Dauphine Alumni Chapters, active locally, form a close-knit network in France and around the world.
    • Over 20,000 alumni are active on Paris-Dauphine’s social networks and various websites.

     

    Our dynamic alumni-driven networks are open to Paris-Dauphine students from day 1. They offer you the perfect ecosystem for building professional ties and relationships that will benefit you as students, as graduates, and throughout your careers, be it in business, civil service, or as entrepreneurs.

ACADEMIC, INSTITUTIONAL & CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

Academic, institutional, and corporate partnerships in France and internationally ensure students both a global and real-world perspective

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PARTNERSHIPS

  • Paris-Dauphine’s Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management has developed academic, research, and corporate partnerships that benefit our students: Our partnership with CFA LEEM Apprentissage, brings with it considerable apprenticeship know-how and a broad network of member companies. We work closely with the Healthcare Chair, a joint Université Paris-Dauphine – ENSAE initiative, supported by the MGEN group. The chair also participates in Institut Louis Bachelier’s Finance and Sustainable Development Labex.

 INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE

  • Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management students can spend a semester studying abroad at partner universities in Lausanne (Switzerland), Leeds (UK), or Maastricht (Netherlands).

PARIS-DAUPHINE-BASED RESEARCH CENTERS

Paris-Dauphine is home to some of France’s top research centers and PhD programs in its fields of expertise

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Paris-Dauphine’s Master’s in Healthcare Economics & Management works closely with the LEDa research center and with its LEGOS research team dedicated to Healthcare and Welfare Economics:

APPLYING TO THE PROGRAM

WHO CAN APPLY?
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The program is open to students who hold a Bachelor’s degree (Bac +3 – 180 ECTS) in Economics, the Social Sciences, or Applied Mathematics for the Social Sciences from Université Paris-Dauphine or another university, or a degree officially recognized as equivalent from a Grande École, or a Grand Établissement.

  • Admissions decisions will be based on your online application and an eventual admissions interview.
  • We highly recommend that applicants have prior professional experience either through internships or jobs.
HOW TO APPLY
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Admissions for the 2018-2019 academic year is open from January 24th 2018 through march 6th 2018 at 11:59 pm.

  • Click here for detailed information on application and admissions procedures and deadlines.
  • All applications must be submitted online, including those from students completing their Bachelor’s (L3) in Economics at Paris-Dauphine.
FINANCING YOUR MASTER’S DEGREE
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  • Tuition varies according to an income-based scale.
    Click here for detailed information on the tuition scale, how it is calculated, and the required supporting documents for your application.
  • Financial solutions are available to our Master’s students thanks to the the CROUS, la Fondation Paris-Dauphine, and the University’s corporate partners.
  • A significant portion of our 2nd year Master’s students opt for the apprenticeship track. Apprenticeship students receive a salary and the host company also pays the student apprentice’s tuition and fees.