- Candidates should hold an honours degree in a discipline relating to their proposed area of study. However, candidates with other relevant qualifications will be considered.
- Candidates must normally be able to demonstrate a minimum of 2 years recent and relevant experience in an appropriate setting. The applied nature of the course and the emphasis on critical reflection and the development of advanced practice require candidates to have relevant experience on which they can reflect and develop their studies.
- Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning and Accreditation of Prior Learning will also be accepted according to Cardiff Metropolitan University's regulations.
Months of entry
The aim of the programme is to develop autonomous reflective practitioners who are engaged in advanced practice within a range of organisational and professional settings. There is much interest in advanced practice within the government and the professions and many professional bodies have developed their own framework which includes study to Masters level.
The programme is designed to be flexible and integrate learning already available within the Cardiff School of Health Sciences. The integration of the programme for the individual will be focused by the individual learner's needs. This approach fosters interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning, which encourages best practice, innovation and cross-fertilisation. Participants may undertake modules offered at other Universities to meet their individual learning needs, provided that the modules are approved by Cardiff Metropolitan University.
- Dietetics / Sport & Exercise Nutrition
- Speech & Language Therapy
- Public Health Emergencies
Information for international students
Visit the International Office on our website.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Fei Zhao