I want to find some universities for Hospital Administration?

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My brother is doing his MBBS in India. He is starting his internship soon. He is interested in pursuing a graduate’s degree in Hospital Administration.
I was wondering if anybody could help me in finding universities for that purpose in USA, Australia, Singapore or Canada.
Thank you.

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Batako

G’day,

From the 4 countries you mentioned, Australia & Singapore may be the cheapest alternative, due to currency exchange. This means that tuition fees and living expenses are cheaper. In Australia, on top of tuition fees, you will need to pay for campus fee (vary from each uni) and Overseas Student Health Cover (abt AUD$ 350/yr) and text books (abt AUD$ 200). These are the rough estimate of the fees for your study.

Before coming to Australia, you will need to pay the fee for student visa processing and health check-up. You may also be required to take an IELTS test for indication of your English proficiency (depending which country you come from) for application to uni and for visa.

Living cost… Sydney and Canberra have the highest living cost, followed by Melbourne & Brisbane, then Perth, Darwin, Adelaide & Tasmania the lowest. I am attaching a weblink from one of the uni in Melbourne as an indication.

There are only 42 (soon to be 43) universities in Australia, all of them are fully accredited and tightly regulated, therefore the quality and recognition of their graduates are equal from wherever university you are studying from.

I can’t find any info abt hospital administration courses. The closest I can find is Master in health management. The Australian uni’s offering Master in Health Management are as follows (no particular orders):
Griffith Uni (www.griffith.edu.au)
UNSW (www.unsw.edu.au)
Uni of New England (www.une.edu.au)
Uni of Wollongong (www.uow.edu.au)
UTS (www.uts.edu.au)

Tuition fee & requirements will be available in those websites. Please make sure that the information you accessing are the ones for international students, not for local students, as there are some difference in regards to tuition fees. Once decided on the uni, fill in the application form and send it together with certified copy of your academic qualification (in English and original language). The process will take abt 2-3weeks, depending on the time of the year. He may also need to take IELTS test as proof of English proficiency.

Hope this helps. Good luck for his study :)

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