This page is part of the Health Economics education site, led by the Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University.

Health economics courses: a comprehensive list with descriptions and links

This section includes the different types of health economics courses available: post-graduate taught, post-graduate research, undergraduate modules and short courses. Each course has details on:

  •  the target student population of the course;
  •  the strengths and weaknesses of the course; and
  •  why the course is unique.

Career paths for health economists

This section includes jobs within: academia, government, NHS, NICE, consultancy and the pharmaceutical sector. Each career choice is accompanied by a description from a health economist working in that field of work explaining their roles and responsibilities within their job along with suggestions of suitable training.

Why study health economics?

Short essay on our sister site,

Health Economics education

Led by Newcastle University