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Joint Master's Program on eHealth

Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Aalborg University and Lithuanian University of Health Sciences in Kaunas have developed a Joint master's Program on eHealth (JMP eH). The program has been developed in the former EU-project ICT for Health – Information, Communication, Technology (2009-2012) and is on a good way to start in 2015.The partners havebuilt the curriculum and are now starting the joint accreditation process.

The JMP eH invites students with background in e.g. nursing, economy, medicine or informatics to study this innovative and job market-oriented master in three universities located around the Baltic Sea.

Each partner university offers one semester with modules in one of the three priorities: Business (Flensburg), Technology (Aalborg) and Health Care (Kaunas). All the modules are compulsory but the order in which the students study the different semesters in the three partner countries is not fixed. The fourth semester is scheduled for the master's thesis. The student is free to choose one university out of the three partners for this last semester.

The partners will apply for funding within the ERASMUS + program which offers generous scholarships for the students and support for the participating universities. The JMP eH is still open for other interested universities.

For more information contact:
Prof. Dr. Roland Trill
Flensburg University of Applied Sciences
Trill[a]fh-flensburg.de

Flensburg University of Applied Sciences is a NDI Network Member.

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