Taught course

Workplace Health and Wellbeing

University of Nottingham · Institute of Work, Health and Organisations

Entry requirements

2:2 in any subject.

Months of entry


Course content

Our flexible Workplace Health and Wellbeing MSc (Distance Learning) will help you develop the knowledge to become an effective research-practitioner. You’ll gain a critical insight into scientific theory and evidence that informs the management of health and wellbeing in the contemporary work setting and develop a skillset for evidence-based practice.

Our curriculum is constantly evolving to reflect the changing world of work. You'll be taught by academics with an international research reputation and nationally-recognised leaders from the private and public sectors.

You'll study part-time and online. However, you'll have the opportunity to visit the campus for a two-day residential twice a year. International students may study the entire course online.

You'll learn with a cohort from a variety of occupations and backgrounds. The course is suitable for those who currently work in the field, those who have a health and wellbeing remit within a broader (often unrelated) role, and those who aspire to move into this area.

This advanced degree from Nottingham will see you graduate with the knowledge to foster a culture where employee health and wellbeing is recognised as a critical foundation for organisational effectiveness.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    part time
    Upto 36 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

+44 (0)115 951 5559