Angola: UPRA Opens Master's Degree in Health Management

Luanda — At least 106 students started Friday in Luanda attending the first Master's degree in health management, sponsored by the Privada de Angola University (UPRA).

This follows the decision of the Executive under Decree No. 382/12 of Sept. 21 of the current year.

The two-year course will be run by Angolan, Portuguese and Brazilian lecturers.

According to the UPRA dean, Laurinda Hoygaard, the course will instil in students a critical view on health management content.

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