The Master of Global Health Leadership & Practice programme is aimed at early to mid-level professionals anywhere in the world, locally, nationally, or internationally, who seek the skills to assume new or greater leadership roles in healthcare or related environments. Including non-profit and for-profit health care settings, NGOs, non-profit organizations, pharma, government agencies, ministries of health, foundations, as well as others working within the health field, including entrepreneurs and individuals working in non-traditional settings affecting the health of the public.

Programme Name  Masters in Global Health Leadership and Practice 
Accreditation:  Approved Higher Education Qualification
Credits:  90 ECTS
Programme duration: 

Full Time 24 months 

4 x 10 credit modules year 1

2 x 10 credit modules and 1 x 30 credit module year 2

Part Time 36 months 

3 x 10 credit modules years 1&2

1 x 30 credit module year 3

Target Audience:  25-65+
Entry Requirements: 

Academic Entry Requirements

  • A relevant MQF/EQF L6 degree or equivalent, work in a health/social care or other professional area. 
  • An MQF/EQF L5 full qualification or alternative, 3 years work in either a health/social care or other professional area. Interview with the course coordinator or nominee.

 

Alternative Entry pathway

  • A minimum of seven years’ full-time professional work experience in a health/social care or other professional area. 
  • Provide a CV demonstrating relevant professional work experience
  •  Attend an interview with the course coordinator or nominee
  • Undertake the Graduate Record Examinations Test (GRE) with a minimum score of 150 for Verbal and a 152 for Math. 
Target Group:  The programme’s target audience is early to mid-level professionals anywhere in the world, locally, nationally, or internationally, who seek the skills to assume new or greater leadership roles in healthcare or related environments. Including non-profit and for-profit health care settings, NGOs, non-profit organizations, pharma, government agencies, ministries of health, foundations, as well as others working within the health field, including entrepreneurs and individuals working in non-traditional settings affecting the health of the public
Language of instruction:

English. If English is not your first language you must have an International

English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 7 or more.

MQF/EQF Level Level 7 
Delivery Address:  Online
Mode of delivery:  Online Full time & Part time
Hours of Total Learning:  2500
Total contact hours:  210 100% are delivered online
Supervised practice & placement hours:  90
Self Study hours:  425
Assessment hours: 14 25
Tuition Fees: Euro  8100
Outline of Course
Module/Unit Title Compulsory or Elective

ECTS/

ECVETS

Mode of Teaching

(Lectures, workshop, placement, asynchronous forums, VLE etc.)

Mode of Assessment

(Examination, assignment, project, blog etc.)

MGH701

Leading Self & Others 

Compulsory 10 Online tutorials / lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forums Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH702

Systems Thinking for Leaders

Compulsory 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice
MGH703

Leading Change

Compulsory 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH704

Analytics & Risk in Healthcare 

Elective 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH705

Project Management for Global Health & Healthcare 

Elective 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH706

Problem Solving & Innovative Thinking in Healthcare

Elective 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH707

Advanced Knowledge Creation / Research Design

Compulsory 10 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Online assessments, Essays / Assignments  and reflective practice

MGH708

Dissertation Project

Compulsory 30 Online lectures, VLE, Synchronous / Asynchronous forum Dissertation
Total ECTS/ECVETS
for Course Completion
90 ECTS/ECVETs
Exit Awards/Qualifications

PgCert- 30 ECTS/ECVETS. Made up sequentially of modules MGH701, MGH702, MGH703

PgDip – 60 ECTS/ECVETS. Made up sequentially of modules MGH701 to MGH706. 

Master – 90 ECTS/ECVETS. Made up of modules MGH701, MGH702, MGH703, MGH 707, MGH708 and choice of two electives from MGH704, MGH705, MGH706

Programme Name  Postgraduate Diploma Global Health Leadership and Practice 
Accreditation:  Approved Higher Education Qualification
Credits:  60 ECTS
Programme duration:  18-24 months PT
Target Audience:  25-65+
Entry Requirements: 

A relevant MQF/EQF L6 degree or equivalent and work in a health or social care related area. 

An MQF/EQF L5 full qualification or alternative, and 3 years work in a health or social care related area

If required, attend an interview with the course coordinator or nominee

Alternative Entry pathway

A  minimum of seven years’ full-time professional work experience in a health or social care related area. 

Provide a CV demonstrating relevant professional work experience

 If required, attend an interview with the course coordinator or nominee

If required, undertake the Graduate Record Examinations Test (GRE) with a minimum score of 150 for Verbal and a 152 for Math. 

Target Group:  All healthcare practitioners; Medical and non medical working in health & healthcare settings nationally and internationally.
Language of instruction:

English. If English is not your first language you must have an International

English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 7 or more.

MQF/EQF Level Level 7 
Delivery Address:  Online
Mode of delivery:  Online Full time & Part time
Hours of Total Learning:  1500
Total contact hours:  210 100% are delivered online
Supervised practice & placement hours:  90
Self Study hours:  425
Assessment hours: 14 25
Tuition Fees: Euro  5200

 

 

Programme Name  Postgraduate Certificate Global Health Leadership and Practice 
Accreditation:  Approved Higher Education Qualification
Credits:  30 ECTS
Programme duration:  18-24 months FT
Target Audience:  25-65+
Entry Requirements: 

A relevant MQF/EQF L6 degree or equivalent and work in a health or social care related area. 

An MQF/EQF L5 full qualification or alternative, and 3 years work in a health or social care related area

If required, attend an interview with the course coordinator or nominee

Alternative Entry pathway

A  minimum of seven years’ full-time professional work experience in a health or social care related area. 

Provide a CV demonstrating relevant professional work experience

 If required, attend an interview with the course coordinator or nominee

If required, undertake the Graduate Record Examinations Test (GRE) with a minimum score of 150 for Verbal and a 152 for Math. 

Target Group:  All healthcare practitioners; Medical and non medical working in health & healthcare settings nationally and internationally.
Language of instruction:

English. If English is not your first language you must have an International

English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 7 or more.

MQF/EQF Level Level 7 
Delivery Address:  Online
Mode of delivery:  Online Full time & Part time
Hours of Total Learning:  750
Total contact hours:  100% are delivered online
Supervised practice & placement hours:  90
Self Study hours:  425
Assessment hours: 14 25
Tuition Fees: Euro  2700

CoROM Covid-19 policy

April 2021

The Maltese Government continues to update its published guidelines on how we will be allowed to provide classroom-based training.  As lockdown measures slowly lift, CoROM will implement a phased return to campus-based courses.

We will focus on:

  • The safety and general wellbeing of all our students and staff.
  • Securing the confidence of staff, students, and their families, based on evidence and information so that they can plan for the session ahead.
  • Consistency with the Maltese Government’s framework for decision making and measures in place – such as distancing, managing attendance, and wider protective actions.
  • Alignment with the national effort to fight the spread of COVID-19.

Our 2021/2020 academic session will commence on 1 August 2021. We are preparing to start the new semester with a blended delivery of safe on-campus teaching and digital learning. This will mean that we will move the majority of our didactics into an online format with classroom training primarily focusing on hands-on clinical skills. There will be limited lectures during the classes held in Malta.

Please be aware: The Maltese Department of Education can close our College if there is a resurgence of the pandemic. If this happens, we will follow all guidelines given out by the EU and Maltese governments. We will support our students as best as we can.

There is a risk that your cohort may be required to defer until it is safe to return to the classroom. If this happens, our College will continue to run our online modules but will have to wait until the authorities allow us to run a classroom environment. We will extend your enrolment without cost until you are allowed to continue with your classroom and/or clinical training.

We will regularly issue updates with information and guidance as our planning progresses.

Stay safe and stay healthy. We look forward to seeing you again soon.