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What HEM students are saying

HEM gave me industry-related knowledge and the opportunity to showcase it. To that end, the career day organized by the faculty was instrumental in placing me on my current career path.

Goran Nacev, Market Access Graduate at Novo Nordisk

Let’s face it: HEM is much more than a master degree, it is an all-round experience that starts from inspirational professors and ends in the great city of Bologna. The programme gave me the amazing opportunity to spend six months in Hamburg and one in Wien, working for WHO. I will always be thankful to the great HEM staff that made this possible.

Viola Gabrielli, intern at KPMG

HEM programme is adjusted to people with different backgrounds and that makes the programme attractive to students from all over the world. I strongly confirm that the experience received in Bologna during two years was valuable in both - my future career and personal international experience itself

Aurelija Navickaitė (graduate from Lihuania), Consultant at Deloitte

The added value of a programme such as Health Economics and Management is that you can share experience with expert professors and students from all over the world. I had the honour to work for one of the biggest pharmaceutical companiesand I can now state that this was thanks to the experience with the programme

Nicola Mazzanti (graduate from Italy), Pricing & Value Access - Oncology at AstraZeneca

My time in Bologna turned out to be extremely useful in that it paved the way for my current PhD. I am very lucky to have learned scholarly attitudes from the faculty members who were so friendly and helpful and the program's unique mix of disciplines such as law, economics and management helped shape my interest in the field

Mesfin Genie (graduate from Ethiopia), PhD Candidate in Economics at University Ca' Foscari Venice

I personally felt that the professors had a vested interest in our success as evidenced by the different meetings that were organised that allowed students to meet potential employers and the different internship opportunities that were made available.

Umutoni Rukatsi (graduate from Rwanda), Monitoring and ​Information ​Management Officer at United Nation/Unicef