UB master programme wins EIT Label

EIT-Labelled degrees encourage such innovative teaching methods and incorporate mandatory mobility schemes, and graduates of these degrees form the next generation of health innovators. “We want to be the gold standard of health education,” says Claire Nassiet, Education and Project Manager of EIT Health France.

Along with the two other programmes awarded this year – the Common European Master’s Course in Biomedical Engineering, led by the University of Groningen, and Research, Entrepreneurship Combining Innovation with PhD Education led by Uppsala University – the number of degree programmes to receive the EIT Label is now five. The two that were awarded in 2016 were the Master in Innovation in Healthcare (IHC) and the International Master Programme in Innovative Medicine (IMIM).