The PGcert and MSc Professional Practice programmes at City, University of London enable practitioners, from a wide range of health and social care backgrounds, to develop the skills and knowledge required to become competent practitioners and leaders in professional practice.
The programmes are delivered by the School of Health Sciences at City, University of London, which is a leading provider of healthcare education and applied healthcare research, offering outstanding teaching and clinical facilities in the heart of London.
Full-time or part-time study options are available, beginning in either September or January.
These programmes are for professional health and social care practitioners who have a commitment to the enhancement of personal and professional development in their own area of professional and/or clinical practice. They offer a modular, work-focused and flexible approach to postgraduate education in areas related to health and social care.
You can choose to study at PGCert or MSc level. Throughout the programme you will be encouraged to explore contemporary professional practice in your own field of practice and within a wider integrated and inter-professional context. The modules are designed to allow you to gain the maximum from your learning experiences, in, from and related to the workplace and your own area of professional practice.
At PGCert level you can choose to study the General Professional Practice route, or specialise in one of the following areas: Neonatal; Midwifery; Intensive Care; Cardiac Care.
At MSc level, you would study the General Professional Practice route, but have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of elective modules to meet your interests and area of specialism.
Visit our website to find out more about the programme and how to apply.