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Masters-level qualifications in healthcare business and finance.

The HFMA qualifications programme is tailored specifically for staff working within the NHS, healthcare or related fields.

Qualifications HFMA offer:

- Postgraduate certificate in healthcare business and finance (level 7), complete one of our 6 modules to gain ​a certificate.

- Postgraduate diploma in healthcare business and finance (level 7), suitable for ​all healthcare professionals who can demonstrate ability to study at masters-level, through their application.

- Postgraduate higher diploma in healthcare business and finance (level 7) suitable for qualified accountants with 2+ years experience in healthcare or related field. Or learners who have achieved the HFMA diploma.

For full entry requirements please refer to the prospectus or the programme structure.

Applications are open for the ​January 2018 intake. Apply now to secure your place.

Drive your career forward

Whether you are looking to progress to the next level, improve your confidence or develop your understanding of how to address the financial and business challenges facing today’s health and social care market – studying our qualifications can help you get there.

You can download our prospectus here to find out more or you can listen to our online information session here.

The Knowledge you need

The HFMA's diploma and higher diploma offer 6 modules covering topics from 'How finance works in the NHS' to 'Creating and delivering value'. All of our modules have been written by highly experienced experts in the field of healthcare business & finance to help better inform NHS staff on key subjects. See below:


To apply for a qualification
click here or for more information please contact the team qualification.enquiry@hfma.org.uk or call 0117 938 8989.

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"NHS Improvement fully supports the launch of HFMA’s qualifications in healthcare business and finance. This approach to developing necessary knowledge, to deliver value across the NHS will be welcomed by the healthcare community."

Bob Alexander Deputy CEO / Executive Director of Resources NHS Improvement