The main objective of a welfare social is to protect the people against the most severe economic risks like poverty and sickness. The economic analysis of government interventions regarding the income distribution, the alleviation of poverty, the pension scheme and health care system are therefore in the center of this program.
The Economics - European Social Security and Health Systems programme of Trier University offers job perspectives in a large number of national and international public institutions like the Social Insurance Authority, the Department of Health, the Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care or the WHO, or in the private sector, for example with health care providers or health insurers.
The master degree also provides an excellent foundation for subsequent doctoral studies and an academic career at a university or research institution.
- Advanced Microeconomics
- Advanced Macroeconomics
- Global & Economics Integration
- Economic Analysis
- Health Economics
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEconomics Public Health Health Administration View 18 other Masters in Health Administration in Germany
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- If you want to apply to a Masters Degree you need to show a Master Entrance Qualification, so usually an academic degree. In most cases this is a Bachelor's Degree and the respective transcript of records.
- If your cumulative GPA is not listed on your transcript of records, then you also will need to include an official document from your previous university, which states your current/final cumulative GPA of your university degree.
- Generally: Degrees from Universities outside Germany have to be at least equivalent to a 3-year (6 semester) Bachelor's Degree of a German University, in order to qualify as the Master Entrance Qualification.
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