MDIS School of Health & Life Sciences announces admission open MSc Health Sciences (Management)




School of Health & Life Sciences from Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) announces the intake of students and professionals for an evolutionary program in MSc Health Sciences (Management), awarded by Northumbria University, UK.

The 12-month Masters 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.  Successful completion of the programme will prepare them with the critical knowledge and abilities necessary to advance into a leadership or administrative position in the sector.


Admission Qualification:

·         A recognized Bachelors degree.

·         English Proficiency – Applicants are required to achieve a minimum band of 6.5 in IELTS (International English Language Testing System) conducted by the British Council

Please note that all decisions regarding acceptance of candidates to the course will be made by Northumbria University. Candidates who have completed the first degree from a recognized institution (where programmes are taught in English) are normally regarded as demonstrating the required English proficiency.


Total No. of Seats: 25


Fees Payable: Application Fee: S$321.00; Tuition Fee: S$25,680.00


Duration: Full-time: 12-months divided into three terms. Two modules per term for two terms and a dissertation in the third term.


Grant: MDIS is providing a special rebate of S$1284 to Indian students applying this year. Additionally, under the 2014 International Student Tuition Grant, MDIS is providing a grant of S$2000, for all students applying before 30th June.

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