HEMA Intern

Jobs for health econmists at Boston Scientific

Dusseldorf, Germany. With the increasing demand for affordable healthcare services and a growing requirement for innovative medical devices, Health Economics & Market Access functions have become increasingly important. This is a 12 month working student contract, based in our Dusseldorf office. In your role you will working for a great local team supporting the Health Economics and Market Access (HEMA) … Read more

Market Access Intern

Jobs at Laboratoires Pierre Fabre for Health Economists

Bruxelles, Belgium / Utrecht, the Netherlands. The key role of the Market Access department is to obtain and maintain access to and reimbursement of our innovative treatments. In this context, our Benelux Subsidiary, located in Brussels, is looking for a Market Access intern to join a dynamic team. The internship would ideally start from September 2024 for a duration of … Read more

Internship in RWE Methodology

MSD Health Economics jobs

Zurich, Switzerland. The program will be limited to EU/EFTA citizens. Are you looking for an internship to learn and develop and take a peek into the professional world while bringing in your individual contribution? Would you like to experience working in one of the biggest multinationals in the pharmaceutical industry? We are looking for a graduating/graduated master’s or PhD student … Read more

Alternant(e) Global Pricing

Ipsen Jobs for Health Economists

Boulogne, France. As part of the Global market access and pricing department, your role will be to support and work closely with the Operational pricing team as well as Ipsen affiliates on the pricing strategy execution with objective to secure optimal prices during the lifecycle of Ipsen specialty care products. Main responsibilities / job expectations: Support on operational pricing Lead … Read more

Intern Market Access

Jobs for health economists at Johnson & Johnson

Zug, Switzerland. We are looking for a motivated university graduate for a 6-month internship as a Market Access Intern in Zug. The position offers the opportunity to gain valuable insights into Market Access as well as the pharmaceutical industry in Switzerland. Successful applicants will work on projects to ensure patient access to our future pipeline assets in the urothelial carcinoma … Read more

Alternance / Stage HEMA

Jobs for health economists at Johnson & Johnson

Issy Les Moulineaux, France. Johnson & Johnson is currently seeking an Apprentice (12 months) or Intern (6 months) Health Economics & Market Access to located in Issy-Les-Moulineaux from September 2024. Job Description: Johnson & Johnson MedTech is recruiting for a Real World Evidence (RWE) intern position, located in France. We are seeking a RWE intern to join our Global Value, … Read more

HEMA Intern

Jobs for health economists at Johnson & Johnson

Markham, Canada. The Johnson & Johnson MedTech HEMA Centre of Excellence is recruiting for Interns, located in Markham, Ontario to support global projects and/or initiatives. These projects will support the CoE’s efforts to articulate the value of important innovation and shape the market to drive access for patients and growth for the organization. This is done through a collaborative approach … Read more

Werkstudent Commercial Operations & Pricing Medizinprodukte

Jobs at Smith & Nephew PLC for Health Economists

Hamburg, Germany. Als Verstärkung für unser Team Commercial Operations & Pricing suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine studentische Aushilfe. Das Team Commercial Operations & Pricing unterstützt die unterschiedlichen Geschäftsbereiche von Smith+Nephew in Deutschland, Österreich und Schweiz dabei, profitables Wachstum in der Region zu erzielen. Das Team verfolgt das Ziel, dass strategische und operative Entscheidungsprozesse in der Vertriebsorganisation auf Basis von … Read more

Intern, Market Access

Jobs for health economists at PharmaLex

Courbevoie, France. We are looking for a Market Access Intern (12 months) to support Market Access activities requiring specific training, skills and first experience in the health products sector (and specifically in Market Access/HEOR environment), in line with the requirements of the French and the European regulations. Your Job: Market Access dossier preparation for HAS and CEPS (value dossier, HE … Read more

Career Advice for Aspiring Health Economists

Considering a career in health economics?

Considering a career in health economics? This field, a vital intersection of healthcare, economics, and policy, offers a rich landscape for professionals passionate about making a significant impact on healthcare systems. As you contemplate this career path, here’s some essential advice to guide your journey. Educational Foundation A master’s degree in health economics is often the gateway to entering the … Read more

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 15 programmes to help you find the perfect … 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.

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 Newsletter di Lavoro in Economia Sanitaria and get the latest health economics jobs and internships by email. Use job boards, like EuropeanHealthEconomics.com, 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!