HERU's main teaching is undertaken on the Postgraduate Certificate of Health Economics which it offers as a Distance Learning Course and also the MSc Economics of Health. It also has a range of other regular teaching commitments.
HERU contributes to teaching within the School of Medicine and Dentistry and the Department of Economics at the University of Aberdeen. Courses to which HERU contributes a health economics component include the MSc in Health Services and Public Health Research, MSc International Health and Management, BSc in Health Sciences, Medical Humanities within the Medicine (MBCHB) programme, MA in Economics and the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics. HERU also contributes regularly to the North of Scotland Health Services Research Network, to introductory and intermediate level courses in health services research, and to the MSc in Health Economics at the University of York. Each year students from the universities of York and Aberdeen, and the Scottish Graduate Programme, can elect to undertake their MSc project with HERU.
HERU also responds to requests for teaching a variety of occasional lectures, seminars and workshops to a wide ranging audience.