As a modern-day health or social care professional, you need to manage and deliver health services in ways that respond to people's preferences, are coordinated around their needs, and are safe, effective, appropriate, efficient and of good quality. Our online master Integrated Care Design shows you how to combine care and business insights, and apply them in a way that meets these needs.

The need to create a more integrated system of healthcare and social work means that you have to take on new roles and learn new skills – all in order to develop a more people-centred approach. Therefore, you have to obtain a solid theoretical foundation, and the organisational and relational skills necessary for working in multi-disciplinary teams. Our online master teaches you just those.

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Start date February, September
Application Deadline 1 April for May start; 1 October for November start
Tuition € 15000 (free from VAT)
Location Heidelberglaan 7 Utrecht
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Triple Aim goals in integrated care

In this competence-oriented programme, we offer cohesive content, executive-level didactics and action learning. Innovation in practice is the focal point. You will encounter state-of-the-art data from a variety of sources, including scientific literature and IFIC's expert community.


Career prospects

This online master ensures you can be at the forefront of the change into a more integrated and harmonised health and social care system. Previous students work in a variety of senior roles in the field.

Admission requirements

  • A recognised higher professional education diploma or comparable competency level in healthcare or welfare - for example as a social worker, social-pedagogical worker, occupational therapist, nurse, physician or psychologist.
  • At least two years' relevant work experience.


  • Driven with a solid foundation

    This programme prepares you for the future by focusing on both the latest relevant theory and your personal growth and efficiency.

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