First cohort of ESSEC MSc in Management of Health Industries graduates on 15 December


ESSEC Business School, a leading business school in Europe with over 108 years of heritage, congratulates its first cohort for the ESSEC MSc in Management of Health Industries at its Asia-Pacific campus in Singapore.

Designed to address the demands for talent in Asia’s health industries, the MSc program leverages ESSEC’s more than 25 years of experience in higher education and insights in health economics and management in Europe. In partnership with regional public health agencies, the program integrates regional best practices and emphasizes on developing cross-functional management together with technical and analytical skills. In addition to their courses, program participants have to complete a thesis-formatted Health Challenge Project jointly mentored by an ESSEC faculty and an industry leader, incubating solutions to real-world issues.

Program Director, Dr Allen Lai, congratulates the graduating class for their achievement, “It brings me great pleasure to congratulate the graduating class of the program, and welcome them into the ESSEC alumni community. Watching them start and complete this program and walking with them along this learning journey makes me very proud. We hope that they will be able to apply what they have learnt, and become future leaders of the healthcare industries.”

The cohort now joins ESSEC’s 46,000 strong alumni network worldwide. ESSEC Business School congratulates all successful participants who are awarded their MSc degree and welcome them to the extensive network of ESSEC alumni.

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