In order to apply for a place on this degree pathway you will need to have:
- A relevant professional qualification and current registration with the relevant UK professional body.
- A minimum of four years post-registration experience.
- A relevant first degree or relevant professional experience and qualifications that demonstrate ability to study at level seven.
- Currently employed in a relevant field of practice.
- Provide a demonstration of existing specialist competencies in musculoskeletal practice.
You will also need to be:
Months of entry
We understand that you may not have the time to do a full-time degree, so our CPD pathways allow you to study flexibly, in the way that best suits you. The structure, mode of delivery and level of support allow you to progress towards a qualification at postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma or Masters level.
We offer two musculoskeletal pathways which enable you, as a clinician, to assess and manage patients with a range of musculoskeletal conditions beyond your normal scope of practice. Optional modules allow you to expand your musculoskeletal practice with a focus on imaging, including ultrasonography, or a focus on patient management including injection therapy.
- Provide you with a critical understanding of the key concepts underlying advanced musculoskeletal clinical skills beyond your normal professional scope of practice
- Provide you with the opportunity to acquire advanced musculoskeletal clinical skills beyond your normal professional scope of practice
- Provide you with skills to access and critically appraise research findings to develop your own evidence-based practice
- Enhance your understanding of the essential principles of research design and to conduct an extensive piece of independent research including: planning, formulating, designing, choosing research methods, collecting data, analysing, interpreting and writing-up
- Ensure you acquire a range of transferable employment-related skills
From 2017/18, this course will move into our new School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences. This will not change the content of the course but provides an exciting opportunity to join a community specifically focused on sports and exercise science, sports therapy and physiotherapy. This will allow us to bring together our internationally recognised research, share knowledge, and enhance placement and vocational opportunities for our students and graduates.
Information for international students
For non-native speakers of English an IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 450/200.
If you do not meet our IELTS requirements then you may be able to complete a pre-sessional English pathway that enables you to start your course without retaking IELTS.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graduate Administrator
- +44 (0)1206 872854