New healthcare internship programme in Dubai

Dr Moon Moon Haque, Dean - College of Healthcare Management and Economics, Gulf Medical University and Shehzad Jamal, Partner – Strategy & Consultancy, MEA, Knight Frank sign the Memorandum of Understanding
Gulf Medical University introduces internship programme in collaboration with Knight Frank to offer students hands-on experience in healthcare consulting  

Dubai, Jan 31, 2024: Gulf Medical University (GMU) has collaborated with Knight Frank’s healthcare division to introduce the ’College of Healthcare Management and Economics internship programme. The aim through is to provide aspiring students from GMU with a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the healthcare consulting domain.  

A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed by GMU and Knight Frank. 

Dr Moon Moon Haque, PhD – Dean – College of Healthcare Management and Economics, Gulf Medical University says, “The MOU establishes a framework for the facilitation of internship/job opportunities for our Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management and Economics (BSc.HME) students. This partnership aims to bridge the gap between academia and industry, providing students with practical, hands-on experience and exposure to the real-world scenarios within the entire healthcare spectrum.” 

The internship programme is designed to immerse students in the dynamic world of healthcare management, strategy and feasibility studies, offering them a chance to work alongside industry experts at Knight Frank. The exposure will not only enhance their practical knowledge but also provide a distinctive perspective on the healthcare sector. 

Shehzad Jamal, Partner – Strategy & Consultancy, MEA at Knight Frank says, “Our partnership with Gulf Medical University aims to provide a valuable internship experience. This collaboration offers a fantastic opportunity for the students to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application. By engaging in this hands-on internship, they gain invaluable insights, fostering a holistic understanding of the complexities within the healthcare sector.” 

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