Blended online learning with onsite training at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom, this programme has been designed by top-tier universities to create the next generation of pioneers in healthcare innovation.
Learn from industry leaders, participate in skills and training workshops, and work with experienced mentors to pitch your ideas to a panel of experts and investors. Receive an EIT Health certificate and the chance to earn ECTS. Winning participants could have the opportunity to win seed capital to turn those ideas into reality.
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Get a completion certificate validated by the organising partners and stand out from the crowd
Learn vital business economics following MBA methodologies and proven strategies for attracting capital to start a venture
Gain European Credits Transfer System (ECTS) and accelerate your academic progress
Gain access to industry leaders in big pharma, healthcare, entrepreneurship, and patient organisations
Successful teams will get travel and accommodation expenses covered for onsite training in Oxford, United Kingdom
Receive teaching from faculty at top-tier universities from across Europe
Gain essential communication skills to present your ideas with confidence for a successful pitch
Ensure that you apply before the deadline of 17 August 2023. Sign up through the EIT Health application portal.
Your application will be evaluated, it’s important that you meet the entry criteria.
If selected, you will participate in live sessions and form teams. Successful teams will be invited to attend onsite training at the University of Oxford.
The onsite activity will entail intensive group work, with the dedicated involvement of coaches. At the end of the week, all the teams will present their exciting new solutions.
No prior knowledge or skills in value-based healthcare or entrepreneurship are required to attend the programme.
We welcome applicants:
The Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care, St Catherine’s College Oxford