OHE Graduate School

OHE’s commitment to building capacity in health economics.

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Our ambition, and charitable objective, is to actively support the next generation of health economists to strengthen and improve the future of the discipline, and to ensure the continued role of health economics in highquality evidencebased health policy decisionmaking.

About OHE Graduate School

The OHE Graduate School is growing, doubling down on OHE’s commitment to education and the future of health economics. OHE is proud to now support (up to) two parttime MScs and two parttime PhDs per year. Students split their time between studying at either City, University London, or the London School of Economics and Political Science and gaining handson experience working with the OHE team. OHE pays the tuition fees as well as a monthly stipend throughout their study, after which successful graduates work one year fulltime at OHE and can be considered for a permanent position.

MsC Fellowship Programme

Programme Benefits

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Obtain an MSc in Health Economics from a leading university in health economics in the UK without paying the tuition fee.

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Gain work experience while in the MSc course and one year after.

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Potential opportunity to join the OHE team thereafter.

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Learn from a highly qualified group of health economists at OHE working on hot health economics topics.

What

OHE sponsors two parttime MSc students in health economics per year at the Department of Economics of City, University of London.

OHE covers the tuition fees and supports fellows with a monthly stipend of £1,600 during term time. Fellows work parttime at OHE and write their MSc dissertation supervised by a member of OHE.

Why

OHE is committed to supporting the creation of health economics capacity in the UK.

Who

Ideally, applicants must hold a BSc in economics or related subjects, although other academic backgrounds are considered.

How to apply

Consideration for the OHE MSc Fellowship is conditional to being admitted to the MSc in health economics or the MSc in Economic Evaluation in Healthcare parttime programmes at the Department of Economics of City, University of London.

PhD Fellowship Programme

Programme Benefits

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Obtain a PhD in Health Economics from a worldleading university in health economics without paying the tuition fee.

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Gain work experience working at OHE in issues related to your PhD topic.

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Potential opportunity to join the OHE team thereafter.

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Learn from a highly qualified group of health economists at OHE working on hot health economics topics.

What

OHE sponsors up to two PhD students in health economics per year at the Department of Health Policy of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

OHE covers the tuition fees and supports fellows with a monthly stipend of £1,600. Fellows work parttime at OHE and write their PhD dissertations supervised by a joint committee at the Department of Health at LSE and OHE.

Why

OHE has identified a gap in the doctoral studies offer related to the microeconomics and microeconometrics of the life sciences and related sectors. OHE is committed to supporting the creation of health economics capacity in the UK and wants to support the specialisation of highly trained health economists in this area.

Who

Ideally, applicants must hold an MSc in health economics, economics, public health, or related subjects, although other academic backgrounds will be considered.

How to apply

Consideration for the OHE PhD Fellowship is conditional to being admitted to the PhD in Health Economics of the Department of Health Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences.

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