Bursaries for the MSc in International Health Technology Assessment, Pricing and Reimbursement programme at The University of Sheffield are available.
Run by HEDS, the MSc in International Health Technology Assessment (IHTA), Pricing and Reimbursement is a new programme. The programme is delivered by distance learning and is completely online, so there are no travel, visa or residency requirements for the course.
The bursaries are available for students to undertake the Certificate qualification (4 modules; 60 credits) on the MSc in IHTA, Pricing and Reimbursement programme, in September 2012. Each bursary will pay for up to £5000 of the £7000 fees for this programme. The intention is that the bursaries will be divided equally between students from South America, Asia and Central/Eastern Europe. This competition is not open to individuals employed in the private sector (industry or consultancy)
Closing date for applications is Monday 28th May 2012 at 2pm. Further details of the bursaries are available here. Other related details are available from the course website.