Teaching methods and evaluation process
MIHMEP requires total dedication and maximum intellectual commitment. Class attendance is mandatory thus MIHMEP is incompatible with any additional professional activity.
Teaching involves a mixture of lectures and practical sessions together with group projects and seminars with an emphasis on discussion and problem solving. These diverse methods provide students with opportunities for active and critical participation to strengthen teamwork and interpersonal skills.
In addition to normal teaching activities, MIHMEP includes initiatives coordinated by professors, enabling students to assimilate course contents to real cases.
Each student is enriched by a unique experience based on a continuous exchange of information, on-going dialogue with the world of business and research, and debate and discussion with professors, guest speakers and fellow students from different nationalities and cultural backgrounds.
Mike Drummond - Professor of Health Economics, Former Director of the Centre of Health Economics at the University of York.
"Economics Evaluation Analysis, Healthcare Management and Health Policy"
B. Smith - Adjunct SDA Professor - Public Management and Policy.