Internship: Market Access Medical Nutrition

Danone Health Economics jobs

Hoofddorp, Netherlands. Are you a motivated master’s student with an interest in health economics and market access? Do you want to translate clinical evidence into economic value? Join us as our new Market Access Intern in Hoofddorp, starting January/February 2024! Danone Specialized Nutrition is pioneering in health innovations grounded in science for those who have specific nutritional needs. We draw … Read more

Market Access Intern

Jobs at Laboratoires Pierre Fabre for Health Economists

Bruxelles, Belgium. The internship would ideally start from 2024 mid February for a duration of 6 months.Your missions: Develop scientific knowledge of the therapeutic areas (oncology). Understand the Belgian, Netherlands and Luxembourg Healthcare system’s organizational structure and the decision-making process. Create a based value communication / dossier writing (e.g. clinical evidence, local epidemiology, local guidelines etc,) to develop reimbursement submissions … Read more

Praktikant: in Market Access

Amgen Health Economics jobs

Munich, Germany. Ab Februar 2024 suchen wir für die Dauer von mindestens 6 Monaten eine:n engagierte:n und motivierte:n Studierende:n oder Absolvent:in als Praktikant:in Market Access. Die Kernaufgabe des Bereichs Value & Access ist es, die Erstattung unserer im Markt befindlichen Produkte sicherzustellen sowie zu optimieren und den Markteintritt neuer Produkte bestmöglich vorzubereiten. Aufgaben: Unterstützung der Value & Access Manager bei Projekten zur … Read more

Why Python is Health Economists’ New Best Friend?

Get started with Python - online training course Python for health economists

Python is now the second top software skill required from health economists. We reviewed 100 health economist job ads on It is clear that Python is not just a buzzword; it’s a new requirement for health economists. In this post, we’ll walk you through why Python is becoming a must-have skill and how it can seriously improve your chances … Read more

HEMA Intern

Jobs for health econmists at Boston Scientific

Milan, Italy. As a member of the EMEA Health Economics & Market Access (HEMA) team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to our mission and learn from more experienced colleagues. General Responsibilities: Under the supervision of one of our HEMA senior member, the intern will assist the team in supporting the divisional objectives and strategy execution by: Conducting literature … Read more

Stagiaire Market Access / HEOR Oncologie

Pfizer Health Economists jobs

Rives de Paris, France. In this internship position, you will have the opportunity to be immersed in an assignment in which you will gain industry experience and help solve some of the biggest challenges we face today. With guidance from your mentor, you will understand the expectations of an employee in a professional setting and how to work independently, as … Read more

Unlock Excel VBA and Excel Macros

Online Course: Unlock Excel VBA and Excel Macros

Why health economists should take this course? Are you a health economist building budget impact analyses and cost-effectiveness analyses using Excel VBA? Are you looking to improve your skills and efficiency in Excel VBA? If so, then you should consider taking the Excel VBA course on Xelplus. In this post, we will explore the benefits of taking this course for … Read more

Top 15 Health Economics Master’s Programmes in Europe

Jobs for health economists with a Masters

Are you considering studying health economics in Europe? Then you are in the right place! Health economics is a growing field that is essential for the effective management of healthcare systems around the world. Europe has many world-renowned universities that offer excellent health economics programmes, and we have compiled a list of the top 15 programmes to help you find … Read more

Tips for health economics master graduates:
How to find your internship

Health economics internships and Health economics traineeships

As a health economics master graduate, finding the right internship can be a competitive and challenging task due to the limited number of available opportunities. However, securing the right internship is a crucial step in jumpstarting your career. An internship provides an opportunity to gain practical experience, develop your skills, and build your professional network. To maximize your chances of success, here are some tips for finding the right internship as a health economics master graduate:

1. Research the companies

Before applying for an internship, it is important to research the companies you are interested in thoroughly. Look for information about the company’s culture, mission, and values, and evaluate how they align with your career goals. In a competitive environment, demonstrating knowledge of the company and the work they do can set you apart from other candidates.

2. Leverage your network

Networking is an essential part of finding an internship, particularly in a limited market. Reach out to your professors, classmates, alumni, and other professionals in the industry to ask for referrals or recommendations. Attend industry conferences, and other networking events to connect with potential employers. You can also join professional organizations or groups related to health economics to expand your network.

3. Customize your CV and cover letter

When applying for internships, make sure your application materials stand out. Customize your resume and cover letter for each application to showcase your relevant experience, skills, and accomplishments. If you are struggling to write a professional-looking CV or cover letter, consider hiring a professional CV writer. They can help you create an application package that highlights your strengths and makes you stand out from the competition. Make sure your documents are error-free and use language that reflects your knowledge of the company and industry.

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4. Apply strategically

In a competitive job market, applying strategically is key. While applying for every available internship may seem like a good approach, it’s often more effective to apply for a select few opportunities that align with your skills and career goals. Sign up for the Gesundheitsökonomie Jobs Newsletter and get the latest health economics jobs and internships by email. Use job boards, like, and be persistent in your search.

5. Prepare for interviews

If you secure an interview, it’s important to be well prepared. Research the company and the specific role you are applying for, and prepare thoughtful questions that demonstrate your interest and knowledge of the industry. Practice your interview skills with a friend or mentor and dress professionally. Be confident, articulate, and showcase your skills and experience.

6. Take courses to learn Excel VBA skills

Excel VBA skills are highly sought after in the field of health economics. If you haven’t already, consider taking Excel VBA courses to improve your skills. It is an essential tool for health economists, and proficiency in VBA can make you a highly desirable candidate for internship positions.

Good luck with finding your Health Economics Internship!