Develop your knowledge, deepen your understanding and enhance your skills with our postgraduate taught programmes and standalone modules.
Postgraduate taught programmes
We are a leading provider of postgraduate education for nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals. 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.
|Advanced Clinical Practice||MSc||Full time blended learning, Part time blended learning|
|Advanced Healthcare Practice||MSc||Full time blended learning, Part time blended learning|
|Community Health Studies (SPQ)||PgDip||Part time|
|Independent/ Supplementary Prescribing||PgCert||Part time, Part time blended learning|
|Occupational Therapy||MSc||Full time, Part time|
|Physiotherapy||MSc||Full time, Part time|
|Pre-Registration Occupational Therapy||MSc||Full time|
|Pre-Registration Physiotherapy||MSc||Full time|
|Radiographic Reporting||PgCert||Part time|
|Radiography||MSc||Full time, Part time|
|Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting)||PgDip||Full time, Part time|
|Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy||MSc||Full time, Part time|
Most of our modules are available on a standalone basis. A number of modules are shared across professions.
Some modules are profession specific and/or may require the student to be working in a specific clinical area whilst undertaking the module. Please contact the relevant module leader for more details.
Enrolment and induction dates for postgraduate taught and research students can be found on our enrolment pages.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Please be aware that the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process takes several weeks to complete and we would therefore encourage early applications. The deadline for applications is 31 July for entry onto programmes the following September. Late applications may delay the programme start date by a year.
If you have any questions about this process please contact the programme manager. More information can be found on the RPL webpage.
We can take account of both your previous learning and prior experience when reviewing your application.