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Entry requirements

Relevant first degree with an award a first or upper second-class Honours, normally awarded in the past six years or equivalent professional experience.

Relevant degrees may include: Human biology, Psychology, Sociology, Biology, Human Geography, Environmental science, Chemistry, Anthropology.

Months of entry

September

Course content

  • Join a uniquely flexible learning experience that will accommodate a wide range of different learning styles
  • Become a well-rounded professional practitioner with the knowledge, skills and attributes to enable you to work with individuals of all ages who live with a physical, mental health and/or learning disability
  • Experience a wide range of practical areas and undertake relevant work-based placements
  • Benefit from an expert and approachable staff team with an emphasis on student wellbeing and support, underpinned by the values of the university
  • Manage your own research project

Our unique and flexible MSc in Occupational Therapy programme is about knowing, doing and becoming a registered Occupational Therapist. Combining virtual classroom learning alongside blocks of practical/seminar learning on campus, it provides a fast–track pathway through to employment via a two-year, full-time route as well as a more flexible part-time option taking three years.

The curriculum will encompass the key NHS and policy drivers and thoughts on present and future practice delivery. This will be drawn from consultation and collaboration with local Trusts and external stakeholders to anticipate the competencies and capabilities you require to prepare for the future and take on different roles.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    part time
    36 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
    full time
    24 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Name
Course Enquiries
Email
course.enquiries@winchester.ac.uk