A challenging and innovative one year course in management for medical students in the UK
Our Intercalated BSc programme is available to 3rd or 4th year medical students from Imperial College London or other institutions. As a medical student, you can opt for the management module as part of your BSc modular degree.
The idea of the programme is to complement your scientific and clinical skills with business acumen. With a specific focus on healthcare, the BSc programme will equip you as a future clinician with the skills and tools required to innovatively address management issues faced by modern healthcare systems.
|Core modules:||Specialist modules:|
|Entrepreneurship||Managing Healthcare Organisations|
|Business Strategy||Health Informatics|
|Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management||Social Research Methods|
Pre-sessional modules: Complete three online primer modules – Accounting, Maths and Plagiarism Awareness – to ready you for your studies in the year ahead.
Induction week: Meet and network with the rest of the cohort.
Autumn term (Oct-Dec): Examine the economic, financial and organisational framework within which businesses operate.
Spring term (Jan-Mar): Build on the framework of the autumn term and consider the functional issues that arise in the management of business activities.
Summer term (May): Complete a group project based on a healthcare management related problem.
Previous projects include Quit Genius: Students developed a smartphone app in collaboration with London’s tech design studio WeAreHive, that uses cognitive behavioural therapy and principles of game design to help people quit smoking. Featuring fun challenges, incentives and messages, it is designed to help smokers change the way they think about smoking and stay committed to their goal.