01 November 2021
University College London has launched the world's first business school dedicated to the health sector and healthcare management.
Launched in September 2021 with a vision to create a world-leading business school, the UCL Global Business School for Health (UCL GBSH) focuses on health, healthcare management and leadership in the healthcare sector.
UCL GBSH aims to impart high-quality education to empower future healthcare management leaders and elevate the global impact of healthcare delivery, transform healthcare access, experience, and outcomes around the world.
The GBSH will offer short courses, Executive Education programmes and Master's programmes, including Health Policy and Practice, an MSc in Digital Health and Entrepreneurship, an MBA Health and many more courses alongside online programmes. UCL GBSH will welcome its first cohort of students in 2022.
Nora Colton, Director of the UCL GBSH, said: "The launch of the UCL GBSH could not come at a better time. We have a labour force that's too small for the growing demand for healthcare. By 2030, it has been found that we will be 15 million health workers short of meeting demand in the global healthcare system."
University College London is a top global university ranked 8th in the world (QS World University Rankings 2022). Home to 34 Nobel laureates, UCL offers more than 500 postgraduate courses for international students.
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