- To apply for this course you will need an Undergraduate Honours degree (grade 2:1 or higher) in a relevant clinical field.
- Clinical contact with a patient case load is essential for application and reflection of module content.
Months of entry
This course bridges the divide between clinical practice and biomechanical principles, for a rigorous and tailored understanding of the subject.
Why choose this course?
- A blend of practical and research based teaching and learning, all of which is relevant to clinical practice and supported via critical analysis of current research findings.
- Student intake comes from a wide range of clinical professions throughout all courses, creating lively discussions and reflections within an inter professional group.
- Clinical specialist lecturing via guest lecturers allows for a high proportion of real life examples to be discussed and used in face to face sessions.
- You'll have access to gait lab equipment in practical sessions and for research projects, along with guidance on their use and applications.
- A blend of weekend contact days with online support to allow working practitioners to fit the course around other commitments.
- Module content and learning outcomes aligned to Clinical Practice with relevant case studies and current thinking.
Information for international students
Please see the international page for more details.
Fees and funding
Please see the postgraduate funding page for more details.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Enquiries Team
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