PGDM Healthcare Management

Prin L N Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research

PGDM Healthcare Management
Course Type:
MBA/PGDM
Tuition Fee:
INR 11,00,000
Duration:
24 Months
Approved by:
AICTE, AIU
Total Seats:
60

Admissions: To apply, submit details below…

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Course Highlights

This program aims to nurture future leaders for diverse healthcare segments such as pharmaceutical, hospital, medical device, health insurance, and healthcare IT. Through a T-Shaped learning approach, it creates employable professionals and future employers who are well equipped with domain knowledge of healthcare sector as well as general management skills. The program imparts up-to-date knowledge about healthcare sector and business environment with emphasis on business applications, design thinking, and sustainability to transform students into future leaders to meet the challenges and demands of the growing healthcare sector while maintaining sensitivities of care and humane touch.

 

The learning process involves classroom and experiential learning, industry interaction, startup accelerator program, innovation in REDX lab, international student exchange programs, simulated market environment, guest-sessions by subject matter experts, case studies, role plays, buddy program, peer-peer interactions, alumni interactions, group assignments, quizzes, workshops, conferences, research, paper writing, poster presentation, live projects, sports, competitions, stage performances, awareness drives, etc. All this is supported by field visits (marketplace, hospitals, pharmaceutical plant, NGO etc.), the summer internship in industry and master dissertation project work. The students spend more than 25% of their time outside the campus in experiential learning. Additionally, students receive personalized attention by healthcare faculty mentors for personal development to become good corporate citizens and leaders.

 

Year 1: Focus is on providing exposure to all healthcare segments and building a strong foundation in general management.

 

Year 2: Focus is on enriched learning about healthcare segments where students make a choice between two specializations, Hospital Administration and Pharmaceutical & Life sciences Management.

Eligibility
Exams Taken
CAT | XAT | CMAT | ATMA | GMAT
Work Experience
Not Applicable
Admissions Process

WeSchool's Unique Profile based selection process assigns significant value to academic performances, work experience, Group Discussion, Personal Interview along with the written test scores.

GDPI venues Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata –March 2021

 

Last Date to Apply: April 19, 2021

Important Dates
CAT
Last date to apply for admission:
April 19, 2021
Cut off accepted:
75.00 percentile
XAT
Last date to apply for admission:
April 19, 2021
Cut off accepted:
75.00 percentile
CMAT
Last date to apply for admission:
April 19, 2021
Cut off accepted:
80.00 percentile
ATMA
Last date to apply for admission:
April 19, 2021
Cut off accepted:
80.00 percentile
GMAT
Last date to apply for admission:
April 19, 2021
Cut off accepted:
Not available
Cut off score:
600.00
Interview & GD Process
Essay writing | Group discussion | Personal Interview
Seats
Seats: 60

Placements

Placement 2020

All
Average Salary: 7,83,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 9,50,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Infosys, ICICI Bank, Cognizant Technology Solution, Manipal Cigna Insurance, Kotak Insurance, Great Place to Work, Philips India Ltd, Birla Sunlife Insurance, SBI General Insurance

Placement 2019

All
Average Salary: 8,02,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 15,00,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: A C Nielsen, Infosys, DHFL, KPMG, Kantar Group, HDFC Bank, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, Care Ratings, UPL, Citigroup Mumbai Analytics, Star Union Dai ichi, Aranca

Placement 2018

All
Average Salary: 7,97,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 13,22,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: A C Nielsen, Infosys, DHFL, KPMG, Kantar Group, HDFC Bank, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, Care Ratings, UPL, Citigroup Mumbai Analytics, Star Union Dai ichi, Aranca

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