Future challenges of today’s healthcare systems
Do you have a broad interest in biological, social and management aspects of an ageing society? Do you want to improve and innovate the quality of care for our senior citizens? This Master’s programme prepares you to play a role in improving health, care and society for an ageing population.
Our unique, future-focused and interdisciplinary Master’s combines different perspectives on growing older in good health, public health and health management. Students come from diverse backgrounds and together you address the challenges of the future and experience the value of this collective approach. In our programme, you learn with and from each other.
The programme consist of three main content drives modules:
- Biology of Vitality and Ageing
- The Older Individual
- Organisation of the Ageing Society
These content driven modules are supported by educational lines in which students improve their academic transferable skills. These academic skills are of great importance for your professional and personal development throughout the programme and in your future career. The knowledge you gain during the programme is relevant for the ageing society as for general health care. Our students appreciate the Master’s programme because of the personalised study methods, room to follow personal interests and small scale education.
The Master’s Vitality and Ageing is available in a 1-year fulltime or a 2-years parttime programme. The parttime programme provides the opportunity to combine studying with other activities. The fulltime Master is about 40 hours of work per week, whereas the parttime Master uses half of the time.
With a long list of eligible Bachelor’s degrees, access to our Master’s programme is granted to almost all students with interest in our programme.