International Ph.D. Program in Biotech and Healthcare Management
The International Ph.D. Program in Biotech and Healthcare Management is a new program at the School of Management of Taipei Medical University. The program was established in 2019 and will begin enrolling first-year students in 2020.
The educational goals of the program are to use the interdisciplinary knowledge and capabilities of artificial intelligence, biotech management, and healthcare management to understand practical application and academic theories, to emphasize research capabilities and practical experiences, to improve organizational effectiveness and international perspectives, to cultivate global leaders in both biotechnology and healthcare services, and to benefit the future economy and society.
Taipei Medical University
Established in 1960, Taipei Medical University (TMU) has been providing healthcare education for more than half a century. TMU’s vision and goal for future development includes cultivating biomedical talent that is equipped with empathy, innovative capacity, and an international perspective. TMU seeks to become a top-tier international university and link industry, government, and the academy to jointly create value and construct comprehensive medical and nursing services for a sustainable biomedical ecosystem. Today, TMU has expanded to become a world-class university with 11 colleges, five hospitals, and 6,000 students per year. Its more than 40,000 alumni around the world serve society and humankind by cultivating talents for the future of the nation. The QS World University Rankings released its 2020 list and TMU was ranked 362nd worldwide, the highest rank for a private university in Taiwan. In July 2019, Global Views Monthly Magazine released its rankings for Taiwan’s Best Universities and TMU was ranked 1st in the medical field and 1st as a private university in Taiwan. According to Times Higher Education’s (THE) 2020 Ranking of Universities in Emerging Economies, Taipei Medical University ranks 28th in the country and 2nd in Taiwan.
College of Management, Taipei Medical University
In 2015, the College of Management was established to quickly respond to the continuously growing social needs of a constantly changing competitive environment with information integration and innovative management technology. To fulfill the developmental needs arising from interest in big data, the college aims to cultivate managerial personnel with insight, practical attitude, and international perspective for the healthcare management field. It has expanded into a robust college with many programs in biotech and healthcare management fields and maintains two research centers for big data and biostatistics.