About the course
About the course
Nurturing effective medical leaders is critical, as recognised by a growing number of policy-makers and managers in the UK and around the world. We are excited to offer a course that helps address this need – and look forward to playing our part in helping you improve healthcare organisations and systems, and ultimately peoples’ health and lives.
We have structured it in a way to fit into your busy schedule as a doctor, by offering the degree on a part-time, block-taught basis.
The course is designed and structured to allow for intellectual progression through core modules taught over a two year period. You will attend one two-day block session (on a Friday and Saturday) each month during the academic year (September through June). Additionally, you will have the opportunity to attend social and networking events where you can engage with the larger community of Cass alumni and friends in healthcare.
Our degree will enable you to realise the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management’s Leadership and Management Standards for Medical Professionals. A key feature of our course is its dual focus on personal development and research-based conceptual knowledge. The aim is to combine master's-level learning about people, innovation and change in healthcare with your own development as an effective leader in this environment. In doing so, we will be drawing on Cass Business School’s world-class research capabilities and experience of executive development.
Cass-FMLM scholarships for consultants
Cass and FMLM are coming together to offer three Cass-FMLM scholarships for consultants and general practitioners for the EMML. The scholarships cover 50% of all fees for the degree. They are aimed at general practitioners and consultants in acute and community/mental health care after CCT/CESR. This is open to self-funded candidates (i.e. your tuition fees are not being paid by anyone other than yourself) who have clear professional merit and can demonstrate their potential to contribute to all aspects of the EMML.