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Postgraduate Taught

Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies is a leading provider of postgraduate education in nursing and midwifery. Containing a mix of contact sessions and self-directed learning, our postgraduate taught programmes benefit from the input of researchers and clinicians who are working at the frontiers of knowledge in their areas of expertise.

Investing in postgraduate study with a world-leading University provides the opportunity to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing health care environment, develop your understanding and skills and make a valuable contribution to patient care and clinical practice. 

Cardiff University has committed to invest a total of £500,000 in this high value competitive scholarship scheme to support Home and EU students who are planning to start a full-time master programme across any of the subject areas we offer in September 2014.

The Scholarships are each worth £3,000 and will be awarded in the form of a tuition fee discount.

To find out more, visit the University's postgraduate taught funding pages.

Offers a flexible and individualised educational opportunity for health and social care professionals working within a developing health care climate. Students can choose specialist routes through the programme, such as Non-Medical Prescribing and Education for Health Professionals.


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Innovative new programme designed to prepare clinicians for advanced practice roles.


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Leads to qualification for the third part of the nursing register.


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Please note: Early applications welcome. 

Your application form will be processed more effectively by the University if you provide the supporting documentation electronically using the online application upload facility.

  • two references from the persons named on your application form have been received;
  • copies of certificates or transcripts for qualifications listed on your application form, (including those that demonstrate English language competence) have been received, translated into English by a verifiable source where necessary.