The Menzies Centre for Health Policy is inviting you to join a lunchtime webinar to learn more about postgraduate study in Health Policy offered at the University of Sydney.
Applications for the course are now open for commencement in 2020.
Postgraduate studies in Health Policy, taught in collaboration with the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, are accelerate postgraduate awards designed to increase capacity and value of anyone working – or planning to work – in health services, policy making, leadership or health policy research.
Graduates gain a comprehensive and practical understanding of health systems and policy making, including policy analysis; health economics; health financing and budgets; power, politics and agenda setting; and the critical use of evidence.
The courses are taught online or in full day intensives, making it ideal for people who are working or those that live outside the Sydney metropolitan area.
Students work closely with leaders in the public, private and non-government sectors to gain an understanding of roles in the health system, and build national and international professional networks.
The program is offered at four award levels – master’s degree, graduate diploma, graduate certificate and professional certificate.
Join Professor Andrew Wilson and Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider from the Menzies Centre for Health Policy as they talk about the program and answer questions live.
Friday, 11 October @ 11 am
Anyone unable to attend the webinar seminar, but would like to know more about Health Policy studies is welcome to contact Carmen Huckel Schneider, Director, Master of Health Policy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not quite ready for postgraduate study? The University’s Centre for Continuing Education is now running short courses and professional development right here in Westmead – register now to expand your skills: https://thepulse.org.au/2019/09/19/university-of-sydney-offers-education-opportunities-to-westmead-precinct/