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MDIS declares admission for MSc Health Sciences (Management)

India Blooms News Service | | 16 Apr 2014, 06:01 pm
New Delhi, Apr 16 (IBNS): Singapore based not-for-profit professional institute for lifelong learning, Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) recently announced the intake of students and professionals for an evolutionary program in MSc Health Sciences (Management), awarded by the Northumbria University, UK.

The 12-month Master’s programme offers the opportunity for fresh graduates and experienced practitioners and others interested in healthcare management to attain the diverse skill-sets required in sustaining a lifelong career in the modern healthcare sector.

The course would equip professionals to apply business applications and management principles in the healthcare industry. 

According to MDIS, the successful completion of the programme will prepare the students with the critical knowledge and abilities necessary to advance into a leadership or administrative position in the sector.

The institution noted that only 25 seats are available for the course with an application fee of SGD 321 and a tuition fee of SGD 25,680.

The 1 year full-time course has been divided into three terms. Two modules per term for two terms and a dissertation in the third term.

Moreover, MDIS is providing a special rebate of SGD 1284 to Indian students applying this year.

Additionally, under the ‘2014 International Student Tuition Grant’, MDIS is providing a grant of SGD 2000, for all students applying before Jun 30.

The last date of application is Aug 20 and the classes will commence from Oct 20.