Individual offers may vary. For non-native speakers of English: IELTS 6.5 overall, 6.0 in writing. Other: Students are expected to be in, or to have recently been in, public service employment, or engaged in community or voluntary activity that gives them direct understanding of the public service environment. Students' reflection on practice forms an important element of the learning. An applicant who is unable to demonstrate appropriate entry requirements can be permitted to register as a single module student. Students who are successful at studying for one module and are awarded credits will be eligible after consultation with the course leader to enrol for further modules. Degree and/or experience: Students are normally expected to demonstrate one of the entry requirements below: - an honours degree from a higher educational institution in the UK (minimum of 2.2), or equivalent award from a European, or overseas higher education institution, and some public/health service experience; - an appropriate professional qualification from a body that is represented in public/health services work plus minimum five years working in a public/health services organisation; and an ability to demonstrate skills of applied learning (for example successfully completing some L3 modules - grade C and above); - an HND, or diploma equivalent, in an area applied to public/health services, plus minimum five years working in a public/health services organisation; and an ability to demonstrate skills of applied learning (for example successfully completing some L3 related modules - grade C and above).
MSc, PGCert, PGDip
Months of entry
Health and Education enables students with experience of the public sector and health education to study disciplines and dimensions associated with health, health care and applied social science with an emphasis on education.
Students have to be already teaching for a minimum of 15 hours a week within a health or social care setting. Education modules comprise those that make up the Health and Social Care Education postgraduate certificate (PGCert). This course is also registered with the Nursing Midwifery Council. It is also possible to choose another health education-related PGCert from a selection offered across the university. Each individual student will consider which PGCert most meets their professional requirements in consultation with the course team.
A further two modules are then chosen from the faculty graduate programme and the MSc is completed with the dissertation which will normally have a management component. This is reviewed annually through tutorials with the student and allocated personal tutor and utilises a career planning framework.
Information for international students
We welcome applications from international students who meet the entry requirements.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- 01273 644076