Okay so i'm a second year health and human sciences student and i finally thought i should narrow down my potential post graduate options. In doing this i came across the nhs health management scheme and although it was interesting, it's definitely not something i see myself doing.
Whilst i was searching i came across something that would match me so perfectly! The bupa healthcare graduate scheme, specifically the HR route. 18months of placements with hands on training and a good chance of them being abroad? perfect. However i think they've stopped doing this scheme since i haven't seen any new applications.
So now i'm really struggling. I'm sure now that i want to work in either health service manager/hr management privately but i don't know where to look first. Prospects.uk said that 'Some providers, such as BMI, actively encourage speculative applications from those interested in a career with them'.
Could anyone help?
Healthcare management graduate schemes
|Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say!||26-10-2016|