Inaugural Master of Healthcare Industry Administration (MHIA) Program Launched
This fall, Schulich welcomed 45 new incoming students to the newly launched Master of Healthcare Industry Administration (MHIA) program. The MHIA program is highly specialized 12-month degree program that combines leading-edge management education with expertise in healthcare industry.
The MHIA curriculum was designed within Schulich’s Krembil Centre for Health Management & Leadership which is a holistic initiative designed to promote thought leadership in the field of health and management through education, applied research, and industry collaboration.
“We’re excited to educate and nurture future healthcare leaders who will be trained in managing dynamic environments,” stated Amin Mawani Director of the MHIA program.
In support of the program, four scholarships have been awarded to incoming students. Shayan Siddiqui (MHIA Candidate ’24) was honoured with the prestigious Robert Krembil Scholarship of Merit – MHIA, which fully funds MHIA’s tuition and includes support for living expenses. Shayan shares, “Words cannot adequately express the depth of my appreciation for the generous contribution towards my education and professional development.”
Hiba Mohiuddin (MHIA Candidate ‘24) is one of the proud recipients of the Dr. L. O. Bradley Leadership Entrance Award valued at $12,500. “This generosity has profoundly impacted my educational journey,” said Mohiuddin. “It reminds me of Dr. Bradley’s legacy and motivates me to pursue my passions with an even greater determination.” Diego Bernal (MHIA Candidate ‘24) also received the Dr. L. O. Bradley Leadership Entrance Award and shared, “This scholarship is a beacon of hope, enabling me to further my studies at a top-tier business school like Schulich,”
Nasim (Roxana) Saba (MHIA Candidate ‘24) was granted the Benoît Lauzé Scholarship of Excellence, valued at $10,000. Ms. Saba shared, “I would like to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude for being selected as a recipient of this esteemed award.”
“Contributions from the Krembil Foundation, the Family of Dr. L.O. Bradley, Schulich alumni, and friends and former CIBC colleagues of the late Benoît Lauzé, have been instrumental in making these scholarships possible,” shared Amin Mawani. He continues, “Schulich is thankful to our donors for making these scholarships possible.”
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