i m doing my b.pham.i want to do mba in london .is there any separate course for bpham cmpletd students to do mba?

0 27 Views | Posted 2011-09-27 18:39:58
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    Mahesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-29 22:02:01
    Aishwarya.I work for the National Health Service, a public sector healthcare organisation in UK. A postgraduate degree in Pharmacy will be more useful for you to get a job than a MBA in Health Services Management. Also, pharmaceutical industry employs mostly Pharmacology graduates and postgraduates. Jobs in this field are limited (ie pharmacology).
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    DENNIS VASANTHAKUMAR PAUL Education Consultant | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-27 18:44:05
    There is a special courses as MBA Health Services Management. you can see thsi details in Bedfordshire University . www.beds.ac.uk. If you are looking for job in pharmacetical industry it is better for you to take up masters programme in pharmacy.

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