MSc International Health Management employment report – Class of 2020

Consistently ranked amongst the world’s top global programmes, our MSc International Health Management has an excellent worldwide reputation, attracting high calibre students from across the world.

World-class teaching and tailored support from the Careers service maximises the potential of our students to become successful future leaders of business and society.

Please note all figures refer to graduates who were seeking employment and shared employment data with us.

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Employment data

MSc International Health Management employment data

Employed within six months
Employed in Healthcare or Consulting
Employed in UK
After graduating from Imperial, I will start my Doctor of Medicine degree in the United States. Imperial has helped me find my passion for research, innovation, and creativity in problem solving. After I finish my MD degree, I hope to influence healthcare policy and start my own business, something I didn’t think would be possible before this degree.
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Todd Brown, MSc International Health Management student 2020-21, student at Imperial College Business School
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Employment by sector

Employment by sector

Healthcare: 58%
Consulting: 20%
Technology: 10%
Finance: 6%
Other: 6%

For those working in the consultancy sector, 52% are in pharmaceutical or heath roles, 33% in accountancy and professional services, 11% in management or strategy and 4% in IT/telecoms/technology. 

For those working in healthcare, 39% are in health services/hospital roles, 39% in pharmaceutical and biotech, 15% in IT/telecoms/technology and 7% in communications.

The programme delivers premium education through the introduction of versatile modules aiming at setting the foundations for several career paths. On top of this, through participation in team-oriented, real-life projects, students experience the core value of the programme and acquire skills that can be leveraged to boost their prospective careers.
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Nikolaos Katsaros, MSc International Health Management 2020-21, student at Imperial College Business School
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Employment by region

Employment by region

Taking a leadership role within one of Imperial College Business School’s career clubs has opened up so many doors in the time I’ve been enrolled in the programme. Not only has it allowed me to develop an entirely new network across the Business School, from the Careers team to other student leaders, but it has also enabled me to secure lasting connections with a variety of industry professionals.
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Diya Gopalan, MSc International Health Management 2020-21, student at Imperial College Business School

Employers and roles

Our MSc International Health Management have gained employment at a wide range of companies, including:

Accenture Amazon Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Department of Health and Social Care EY KPMG
NHS Precision Xtract PwC

Example roles that our MSc International Health Management students have secured include:

Account Executive Analyst Associate
Consultant Head of Teaching Healthcare Consultant
Life Sciences Analyst Medical Research Associate Operations Analyst