Applicants should have at least a 2:2 Honours degree in the cognate subjects of Psychology, English Language, Linguistics, Childhood Studies and Human Communication Sciences or a 2:2 in another subject plus evidence of relevant professional experience in health, education or social care. Applicants will also need to demonstrate in their application:
- Research into the SLT profession and a career in SLT
- Your experience relating to relevant client groups and examples of working in related settings
- How you have gained insight into the course (e.g. open days)
- Your personal qualities which you feel are related to SLT, including what motivates you to choose SLT as a career
- Evidence of interpersonal and teamwork skills
Months of entry
Fast-track to a rewarding career as a speech and language therapist and help those with communication or eating and drinking difficulties to enjoy a better quality of life.
Suitable if you have a relevant degree such as psychology, linguistics or English Language, this course will empower you to diagnose speech and language problems in babies, children and adults, and design and deliver life-changing treatment plans for those with cleft palate, stammering, hearing impairments, voice disorders and other conditions.
You will learn through a combination of seminars, lectures and practice-based learning, amassing more than 500 hours of professional experience on placements in various clinical or community settings.
Your masters programme will offer a more critical application of your learning than at undergraduate level, and the chance to engage in an extended project that you could showcase as part of your professional portfolio.
Pending HCPC approval, upon graduation, you will be eligible to apply for HCPC registration as a speech and language therapist. You will have the expertise to work in a multidisciplinary team and provide the best possible care for your clients.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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