About Columbia University
Columbia University was established in the year 1754. It is the oldest institution for higher learning in New York, USA. Over the years, Columbia University has achieved top rank due to its perfect blend of research and teaching expertise.
For the last 250 years, the university has served as a global learning centre sustaining their academic supremacy all along. This institution has resonated with the Ivy League culture by inculcating one of the best and advanced learning systems.
About Mailman School of Public Health
The Mailman School is located at Columbia University Medical Center in Washington Heights, New York in a 20-acre campus that provides global leadership & management programs in scientific research, health and medical education, and patient care. It is ranked one of top 5 schools of public health by U.S. News & World Reports.
About the Programme
Columbia Health Executive Education: Global Management Program is an 11-month program in association with the Department of Health Policy & Management at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. The objective of this program is to prepare Senior Doctors & Executives be more effective managers and leaders to understand, analyze, and navigate the complex healthcare environment – using lessons learned from Global Healthcare systems and applying them in local scenarios.
It’s our belief that elite executives equipped to address this diverse and evolving system will have the greatest impact. TSW & Columbia University aim to bridge the key strategic, policy, cross-national and operational frameworks that are essential to executives. This Ivy League education is designed for leaders across multiple sectors of healthcare looking to solve India’s most critical problems relating to health and nutrition.
The program provides Doctors & Healthcare Professionals with a rich and diverse on-site and virtual learning environment. It combines cross-national health executives’ system perspectives with critical management tools, interactive workshops, team-based simulations, and personal leadership coaching.