Looking to study healthcare management? Already work in healthcare and want to progress to a management role? If so, Arden University’s healthcare management course is the right step for you. Based at our Berlin campus in Germany, this degree offers a wealth of knowledge and skills you need to follow your passion and become an inspiring leader in healthcare management, while also immersing you in the exciting European lifestyle.
Throughout the course you’ll explore important concepts including social responsibility, policy making, and politics and ethics in the worlds of health and healthcare management. You’ll also develop a wide range of sought-after transferable skills such as health promotion, financial control, budgeting, and resource planning, while gaining a full appreciation of the challenges faced by today’s healthcare professionals.
So whether you’re thinking of starting a career in healthcare or are ready to step into a management position in your existing healthcare career, you’ll graduate from this course prepared to take on senior-level responsibilities in organisations across the globe.
My tutors assist me any time I have a question, and my classmates are very helpful too. If we have any problems in our assignments or don't understand something then we ask our tutor, and they respond right away and clear things up.
You have 3-9 years to complete this healthcare management degree, meaning that you can take up to three years to complete each level; however, most of our students complete the course within 3-6 years.
On this blended learning healthcare management course, we choose a range of methods to keep track of how well you are progressing. These include:
At Arden University we consider applications on a case by case basis. If you have significant work experience, have qualifications you have gained elsewhere, or a degree or qualification that isn't a clear pathway to this degree - we are more than happy to discuss your application.
To be eligible to study this degree, we need to see that you have:
We also usually ask you for a personal statement that demonstrates your motivations to study the course. We may also want references and evidence of relevant work experience.
We also offer an internal English test for applicants who are unable to provide an English Proficiency letter. Get in touch to find out more.
Whilst you can read your study materials on your smart phone or tablet, to make the most of your learning experience, you will need access to a laptop or computer (we recommend one running the latest version of Windows), and a good stable internet connection.
Our business and management faculty in Berlin are a dedicated and passionate group of professionals who are here to help you reach your goals both in and outside of the classroom. Get to know some of our business faculty members before you start your programme by following the link below.
No matter which area of healthcare you plan to use your degree in, you’ll have the ability to confidently lead in your role.
When you graduate with your bachelor’s in healthcare management you will have a wide range of transferable professional skills to take with you into any role you pursue. As a graduate you’ll have gained knowledge of:
After earning your bachelor’s degree in healthcare management, you can go on to work in the private or nonprofit sectors in a position related to your degree. As a graduate from our Berlin campus, you’ll also have the chance to apply for an 18-month post-study residence permit to work in Germany.
With some additional training and education, you could enter positions including:
The aim of the Institute of Health & Social Care Management (IHSCM) is to create a supportive professional body that is relevant in its activities and modern in its approach.
The IHSCM works with Arden University to enable its members to contribute to curriculum development and delivery, as well as enrolling all of Arden University’s School of Healthcare Management students into the Institute. As an Arden student, you’ll enjoy unlimited access to the IHSCM’s diverse range of events, conferences, workshops and networks as well as opportunities for mentoring and coaching.
Recently announcing the IHSCM’s partnership with Arden University, the IHSCM’s CEO, Jon Wilks, said:
“This is a wonderful partnership in the full sense of the word, enabling our members and Arden’s students to enjoy learning and development opportunities together. We are delighted at the potential for further collaboration that it provides and believe that this is a great template for development of health and social care education.”