Global Business School for Health


Study our MBA Health - Become a healthcare management leader

Our MBA Health programme enables you to develop the competencies and attributes of a traditional MBA, with a focus on applying these skills to the globally in-demand sector of healthcare management.

The MBA Health

Our flagship MBA Health programme offers an immersive experience to build your academic rigour and business practical skills. The aim is to educate managers, clinicians and business specialists who are engaged in the health and healthcare sector, developing the transformative skills of an MBA graduate. Intended to strengthen the quality of health and healthcare management in public, private and not-for-profit organisations across the world, the programme adds value to your previous experiences and knowledge base. 

The world's first business school dedicated to health

As new thinking for a sustainable model of healthcare is needed now more than ever before, the UCL Global Business School for health, the world’s first business school dedicated to health, was established to tackle this challenge, underpinned by World Health Organisation goals and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of achieving universal health coverage for all.

Where you'll study

Our MBA Health programme is taught at UCL’s state-of-the-art bespoke facilities on our UCL East campus, on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, we offer you the chance to study at UCL, a world top 10 university currently ranked 5th in the world for Public Health (ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021) and one of the UK's most prestigious health universities with no less than six NHS hospital trusts associated with it. 

Register for the following events to find out more:

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'Studying a specialist MBA in Health - why now?' Register here

Hear from our Director why now is the time to study a specialist MBA in Health - 12pm (UK time) Thursday 25 November.

Register here.

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Attend our 'MBA Q&A and advice session'

Find out more about the MBA Health and have your questions answered in the Q&A - 12pm (UK time) Friday 10 December.

Register here.