About School of Nursing and Allied Health
Professional Development that makes a difference
Improving patient care, outcomes and service user experience is at the heart of every postgraduate course and CPD module we offer in LJMU’s School of Nursing and Allied Health.
We will guide you on your way to becoming a more advanced, confident and qualified practitioner; whether that’s through one of our masters programmes, or a specific CPD module.
By choosing to study at LJMU, you’re not only improving your career prospects, you’ll be gaining skills and knowledge that makes a real difference to people’s lives.
Why choose postgraduate study at LJMU?
Proud of its heritage, LJMU’s School of Nursing and Allied Health keeps its sights firmly fixed on the challenges and opportunities of the future.
In 2016, we celebrated 25 years of providing nurse and midwifery education. Now, just as in 1991, the School is committed to working in partnership with health and social care organisations, providing effective solutions to meet the needs of the evolving health and social care agenda.
The School works collaboratively with local, national and international key stakeholders in: NHS Trusts, educational bodies, charities and community and voluntary groups. These links ensure our degrees remain professionally relevant and enable you to develop your professional network. We value our partnerships greatly, and our colleagues across organisations are key to helping our students get the best learning and development opportunities and insight.
- MSc Advanced Healthcare Practice
- MSc Advanced Paediatric and Neonatal Practice
- MA Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice - closed for 2019 entry
- MRes Health and Wellbeing
- PgCert Improving Access to Psychological Therapies in Primary Care
- MA Mental Health
- MA Nursing
- MA Nursing Clinical Education
- MA Nursing Clinical Leadership
- MA Nursing Mental Health
- MSc Paramedicine
- MA Social Work
- PgDip Specialist Community Practitioner (District Nursing)
- PgDip Specialist Community Public Health Nursing
- PgDip Specialist Practitioner Community Children’s Nursing
In addition to our taught masters programmes, we also offer a range of postgraduate research opportunities in Nursing and Allied Health.
Conveniently located in the heart of Liverpool city centre, the Tithebarn and Henry Cotton Buildings will be home to your studies.
Tithebarn Building is where you’ll undertake any practical sessions on your course. Our professional-standard clinical practice suites are designed to reflect the real-world environment, so student-led scenarios offer a more lifelike experience. The building is currently part of the University’s capital investment plan and is being extended to provide even more state of the art facilities and teaching space.
We also have observation suites, fitted with video and audio recording equipment, which support reflective practice and can help students gain confidence for their placements.
Whether you’ve been out of education for a while, or are progressing from a masters to a PhD, our brilliant Library Services team is here to help you navigate your way and get the best from your postgrad study. From academic writing workshops to research support and much more, there’s lots of support available. There’s even a 24hour online chat facility. You can learn more about the services on offer on the LJMU Library microsite.
Join a thriving postgraduate community, committed to exploring ideas and supporting each other. You can expect conferences, meet ups and opportunities to network and present your work to your peers, often including students from other universities. Make sure you sign up to the Postgraduate Society and follow their social media @LJMU_PGSoc and @LJMU_PGRs.
Our Finance team is available to provide guidance about fees and funding for your postgrad study.
Liverpool is a fantastic city and a brilliant place to pursue your professional development. Why not find out more at one of our Open Days.
How to apply
Apply online via the LJMU application form.
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