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MSc, PgDip, PgCert Healthcare Practice

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Develop your professional practice to deliver high quality healthcare services across the healthcare sector.

Advanced practice is built upon four pillars of practice; clinical practice, facilitating learning, leadership, and evidence, research and development. This course will develop your professional practice in your workplace and the practice of others you work with to provide high quality care.

Responding to changes required in response to the 10-year NHS plan and the future needs of the population requires a workforce well prepared to provide practice and services that enhance the experience of service users. The generic nature of the course supports all students from a wide variety of professions and roles to apply learning to their individual circumstances and develop advanced professional practice.

Some priority areas have been identified for the local workforce and these have been included as identified pathways (Simulation or Neonatal). This will enable individuals working in specific roles to meet the requirements of their employers.

On this course you will be able to identify your own specific pathway and utilise negotiated learning outcomes applicable to your own needs.

The MSc Healthcare Practice is designed to be a flexible and responsive course, meeting the learning and development needs of all healthcare professionals. It is open to both experienced and newly registered healthcare practitioners working in a range of roles and service contexts.

Through critical analysis of theory, research, policy and legislation you will be supported to advance scholarship and practice. A culture of interprofessional collaboration will be fostered through the provision of opportunities to learn with, from and about others including service-users. Knowledge and skills gained could enhance your continuing development, improve your performance at work and benefit the organisations that you work for now and in the future.

The course starts with the first of four core modules, Healthcare Practice.  This module provides an orientation to postgraduate study and to the healthcare agenda and challenges for the next 10 years.

The portfolio of modules you undertake will prepare you to learn across a wide learning environment which recognises your own expertise in the clinical and practice fields but supports you to consider how to make an impact in the workplace for individual patient /service user experience and for organisations. Additionally, there are two recognised specific pathways for neonatal and simulation practice. These have been developed to meet the local workforce needs.

You can also opt to study a negotiated module as a bespoke module tailored to your specific professional needs, or you may wish to select an open module which will enable you to select from a variety of modules and short courses perhaps with a specific clinical focus.  These modules provide the opportunity to study and work with the support of an academic supervisor.

You can initially work towards a Postgraduate Certificate then a Postgraduate Diploma, before completing your Masters qualification. If you do not wish to complete the full Masters, you can choose to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma, depending on the module credits you accrue.

Post Graduate Certificate: 60 credits 

The focus of the certificate level is upon self and practice.

Post Graduate Diploma: 120 credits

The focus of the diploma is upon others and leadership and further skills evidence-based practice.

MSc Healthcare Practice: 180 credits.

The MSc includes the module Enhancing Care Through Research and a Dissertation module.

Core modules*

Healthcare Practice (20 Credits)

In this module, you will reflect upon your own practice and role and development needs in the context of global, national and local drivers of change including demographics, technology and service models. Service–Users will co-teach within this module ensuring a focus on the service-user experience through use of narrative to explore pathways of healthcare provision and the need to embed co-creation within practice.

Leadership (20 Credits)

This module is designed to provide you with the knowledge of how to lead within and across organisations. It will equip you to recognise that leadership is about individuals rather than organisations. You will critically explore the nature of interconnectivity and relationships between leaders, their followers, and the context, across systems and consider how this applies to your own workplace.

Enhancing Care Through Research (20 Credits)

This module develops your knowledge and understanding of the utilisation of research to inform practice and associated research methods. You will be able to produce clear aims and objectives for your study and be able to select and evaluate key research and other evidence. 

Dissertation (40 or 60 Credits)

You will plan and undertake a substantive dissertation in a topic relevant to your professional practice. This will enable you to develop sound knowledge and understanding of different research approaches and methods to enhance care through research.

Optional Modules*

Pathophysiology of Neonatal Care 

The aim of the module is to enable the practitioner to develop in-depth pathophysiology knowledge that underpins safe and effective care to the neonate and their family. The normal physiology will be discussed and related to changes leading to altered physiology in infants of varying gestational ages; including respiratory, cardiovascular systems. This will be discussed in relation to problem identification for the acutely ill/complex neonate and working with team and family. 

This is the first of three modules of the neonatal programme, which are mapped to form the Qualification in Specialty recognised in neonatal care settings nationally  (RCN, 2012).

Practice Module for Neonatal care 

The aim of the module is to embed the core concepts of neonatal nursing through practical application of theoretical knowledge and skills in increasingly complex neonatal conditions within the practice setting. Students need to demonstrate the successful completion of practice competencies to evidence ability to care for complex/acutely ill neonatal infants. Students undertaking the level 7 module will be expected to demonstrate the RCN 2012 Neonatal nurse level, working towards the experienced nurse level within their reflective work.

Management of the Complex Neonate 

The aim of this module is to develop a systematic understanding for the students’ ability to manage infants cared for in Neonatal Intensive Care who are acutely ill and/ have

complex needs. Students will be able to operate in unpredictable situations to demonstrate their ability to deal with complex neonatal care and family dynamics through a holistic approach to neonatal practice. This is the third of three modules, which once all modules are completed. 

Foundations of Simulation

The aim of the module is to prepare students to design, implement and evaluate simulation-based education.

Application of Human Factors to Simulation Based Education

This module will explore the application of simulation to the science of Human Factors in training, research and development within the health & care setting to bring about improvement, particularly but not only regarding patient safety.

The Conduct of Healthcare Simulation Based Education

The aim of the module is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to direct the course of a simulation learning session with due educational governance, to deliver an optimal set of learning opportunities, from induction to evaluation.

The Future of Healthcare Simulation Based Education

The aim of the module is to consider the current innovations and future trends for HSBE and the spectrum of applications for improvement synthesising past, and present techniques.

Anaesthetic Practice

The aim of this module is to provide learners with in depth knowledge and understanding of anaesthetic procedures, equipment and underpinning pharmacology to be able to practice in the routine assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the anaesthetic phase of care within the perioperative setting.

Cancer and Supportive Care

The aims of this module are to develop the practitioners understanding of cancer and to promote the delivery of safe and effective supportive care.

Cancer-Systemic anti-cancer therapy practice – administration pathway

The aim of the module is to prepare the student to become an independent practitioner in the administration of systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT).

Cancer-Systemic anti-cancer therapy practice – non-administration pathway

The aim of the module is to prepare the student to work in partnership with people receiving systemic anti-cancer therapy (SACT) in order to support them in managing their cancer pathway.

Cardiac Arrythmias and 12 lead ECGs

The aims of the module are to enable you to detect and identify a range of cardiac arrhythmias and 12-lead electrocardiograph (ECG) abnormalities and to understand the clinical significance of findings and the patient management required. 

Decision Making in Practice

The aim of the module is to recognise the advanced clinical, managerial and/or leadership decision making that you do in practice. This involves developing an in-depth understanding and awareness of the explicit and implicit processes that affect your decisions and judgements at work. This will include reflecting on the factors that influence the people and institutions involved. It will also include reflecting on the skills and knowledge that will enhance the effectiveness, sustainability and resilience of your decision making in future.

Deteriorating Patient-Assessment and Management of the deteriorating patient

This module aims to develop the clinical practitioner’s understanding of assessment, pathophysiology and management of the patient who is experiencing acute deterioration.  The module aims to develop expertise in the management of acutely unwell patients and to improve holistic care and the patient experience.

Developing roles in Practice

The aim of this module is to enable individuals to enhance their professional role within their work context. The module will enable exploration and development of professional practice roles where students are either new to role, have identified a need for a new role to be developed or to enhance scope of practice when working in integrated teams.  The role development should demonstrate a focus on improving the service-user pathway and/or access to care. Across the health and care sector this is an opportunity to explore new ways of working and to embed roles within organisations. Students wishing to undertake specific clinical competencies should undertake the negotiated module.  

Ethics-Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Care Law 

The aim of the module is to enable students to examine and reflect upon the relationship between legal and ethical principles, procedures, reasoning and approaches to decision making and practice in the field of health and social care. 

Negotiated Module (work-based learning)

The aim of this module is to take a constructivist approach to learning to enable students to refine the values and beliefs, knowledge, skills and competency relevant to their workplace culture and context and their own personal and professional development.

Negotiated Module (Professional Development)

The aim of this module is to enable students to develop the values and beliefs, knowledge, skills and competency relevant to their workplace culture and context and their own personal and professional development as negotiated and relating to their particular working context.

Newborn-Holistic Examination of the newborn

The aim of the module is to equip students with masterly knowledge and skills to enable further development of their practice to include a comprehensive, supportive, and holistic approach to the physical examination of the neonate, whilst transforming professional practice through reflection and promoting quality, evidence-based care provision for neonates and their families.

Surgical First Assistant

The purpose of this module is to enable students to further develop and expand their existing scrub skills and professional knowledge, with the aim of providing skilled assistance to the surgeon during operative procedures.

Teaching in Practice 

The aim of this module is to equip students with the knowledge and skills to enable, support, teachand assess Higher Education students’ learning in a practice educational setting

*All modules are subject to validation. 

Learning and teaching strategies will involve you as an active participant; you will be encouraged to use self-evaluation and reflection on your own experience to deepen and consolidate your understanding as well as plan for your future learning. This programme recognises that you are the experts in your field of health and care practice but will facilitate you to enhance your learning to seek innovative solutions for your own practice and as a leader to transform health and care delivery. Your own emotional wellbeing and connection to Health and Care Progressive Practice will be nurtured.  Modules are organised using a range of teaching and learning methods to facilitate your academic and professional development.  These methods include a blend of classroom based, online and work-based learning activities. Teaching and learning methods are supported by technologies e.g. our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). A strong emphasis on building of transformational networks for learning communities and wider local and national networks is advocated.

Within some of the optional modules you may be taught in a group with students studying on the BSc.  Where this occurs, you will be facilitated to explore the content of the module at a Masters level and discuss assessment requirements through specified provision of tutorials and/or online learning opportunities which will differentiate your learning needs and outcomes.  Specific Masters Level learning resources (via VLE) and delivery in the classroom will be made available.

A virtual Impact Forum will be utilised with students expected to engage in formative reflection on the impact of their learning from each module on the impact of their learning on healthcare practice and provision. This will involve service-users and a collaborative approach to sharing and learning and will foster a community of best practice and integration. Learning with and from each other is also enhanced through the provision of a yearly conference where posters and research outcomes are available and presented by students completing the core research modules.

Throughout the course your knowledge and skills will be informally assessed through a variety of learning activities. You will be encouraged to engage in self-assessment and may be actively involved in peer assessment. Formative assessment (during the module but not part of the final assessment) opportunities will be offered within each module as a part of your on-going learning.

Modules are worth 20 credits, except the research dissertation which is either worth 40 or 60 credits depending upon which option you choose to study. For each 20 credit module, the assessments are weighted at 4000 words or equivalent. Assessments include written essays/reports, critical reflections, case studies, and oral presentations.

The final stage research modules are assessed through the production of a research plan or proposal followed by a substantive dissertation/project in which the proposed research is carried out. All assessments focus on your ability to progress and integrate theory and practice enabling you to demonstrate the fulfilment of the module learning outcomes and are based on the postgraduate criteria for assessment.


CategoryIs the cost Included in the tuition fee?Is the cost an additional cost to students?
Field trips (including trips abroad and trips to museums, theatres, workshops etc) The costs of Field trips are not included in the Tuition fee unless the trip is a compulsory element of the module. Yes, unless the Field trip is a compulsory element of the module.
Travel and accommodation costs for placements  This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

Purchase of own text books

No – students are expected to purchase their own text books. Yes – students are expected to purchase their own text books.

Data & Barring Service (DBS) Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.

Occupational Health Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.
Professional Body registration No - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable. Yes - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable.
Travel to other sites No – students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information. Yes - students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information.
Clothing / Kit Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages. Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages.
Learning materials Essential learning materials (excluding text books) in connection with the course are included in the Tuition Fee. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages. Students must pay for additional materials beyond the standard provision essential for the course, or where the costs are determined by the student’s area of interest and the outputs are retained by the student. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages.
Library fees and fines Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student. Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student.
Printing and photocopying A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student. A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student.
Social events The tuition fee does not include the cost of any social events, unless the event forms an essential part of the course. Yes, the costs of social events are an additional cost payable by the student unless the event forms an essential part of the course.
Graduation ceremonies IThe cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests. The cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests.

Enhancing your knowledge and understanding will contribute to your career progression and evidence that you are advancing practice according with professional skills frameworks. In addition, the skills you gain will enable you to write for professional journals and/or present at conferences, sharing best practice and raising your professional profile. Your postgraduate qualification could also help you to stand out in an increasingly competitive employment market, supporting you to consider senior, specialist or advanced roles within the health and social care arena, the independent and voluntary sector or education.

Fees

2020/21 tuition fees for this course

 UK/EUOverseas
Full-time N/A N/A
Part-time £885 per module £1,535 per module

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Important Information on Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for all courses which last more than one academic year are payable on an annual basis, except where stated.

There will be an annual inflationary increase in tuition fees for this course where the course lasts more than one academic year. For further information read the 2020/21 Tuition fee statements and continuing fee information.

Students may self-fund their course or a sponsor may fund or part-fund. Bursaries, scholarships and fee discounts may also be available.

Further information

Additional course costs

Although we aim to minimise any additional costs to students over and above the course tuition fee, there will be some additional costs which students are expected to meet.

Costs applicable to all students

CategoryDescription
Text books Own purchase text books
Travel to other sites Where travel to other sites is required, this will be payable by the student
Library Fees and Fines Where students fail to return loaned items within the required time they will be responsible for the cost of any library fees and fines applicable
Printing & Photocopying The cost of printing and photocopying undertaken by students to support their individual learning are payable by the student
Graduation ceremonies It is free for the student to attend the ceremony itself. Guest tickets and robe hire / photography are additional costs payable by the student
CategoryIs the cost Included in the tuition fee?Is the cost an additional cost to students?
Field trips (including trips abroad and trips to museums, theatres, workshops etc) The costs of Field trips are not included in the Tuition fee unless the trip is a compulsory element of the module. Yes, unless the Field trip is a compulsory element of the module.
Travel and accommodation costs for placements  This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

Purchase of own text books

No – students are expected to purchase their own text books. Yes – students are expected to purchase their own text books.

Data & Barring Service (DBS) Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.

Occupational Health Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.
Professional Body registration No - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable. Yes - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable.
Travel to other sites No – students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information. Yes - students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information.
Clothing / Kit Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages. Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages.
Learning materials Essential learning materials (excluding text books) in connection with the course are included in the Tuition Fee. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages. Students must pay for additional materials beyond the standard provision essential for the course, or where the costs are determined by the student’s area of interest and the outputs are retained by the student. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages.
Library fees and fines Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student. Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student.
Printing and photocopying A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student. A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student.
Social events The tuition fee does not include the cost of any social events, unless the event forms an essential part of the course. Yes, the costs of social events are an additional cost payable by the student unless the event forms an essential part of the course.
Graduation ceremonies IThe cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests. The cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests.
CategoryIs the cost Included in the tuition fee?Is the cost an additional cost to students?
Field trips (including trips abroad and trips to museums, theatres, workshops etc) The costs of Field trips are not included in the Tuition fee unless the trip is a compulsory element of the module. Yes, unless the Field trip is a compulsory element of the module.
Travel and accommodation costs for placements  This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

Purchase of own text books

No – students are expected to purchase their own text books. Yes – students are expected to purchase their own text books.

Data & Barring Service (DBS) Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.

Occupational Health Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.
Professional Body registration No - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable. Yes - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable.
Travel to other sites No – students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information. Yes - students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information.
Clothing / Kit Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages. Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages.
Learning materials Essential learning materials (excluding text books) in connection with the course are included in the Tuition Fee. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages. Students must pay for additional materials beyond the standard provision essential for the course, or where the costs are determined by the student’s area of interest and the outputs are retained by the student. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages.
Library fees and fines Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student. Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student.
Printing and photocopying A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student. A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student.
Social events The tuition fee does not include the cost of any social events, unless the event forms an essential part of the course. Yes, the costs of social events are an additional cost payable by the student unless the event forms an essential part of the course.
Graduation ceremonies IThe cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests. The cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests.

General principle policy

The University's general principles policy for additional course fees are set out here

CategoryIs the cost Included in the tuition fee?Is the cost an additional cost to students?
Field trips (including trips abroad and trips to museums, theatres, workshops etc) The costs of Field trips are not included in the Tuition fee unless the trip is a compulsory element of the module. Yes, unless the Field trip is a compulsory element of the module.
Travel and accommodation costs for placements  This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information about additional costs of travel and accommodation for placements.

Purchase of own text books

No – students are expected to purchase their own text books. Yes – students are expected to purchase their own text books.

Data & Barring Service (DBS) Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.

Occupational Health Checks

This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information. This varies depending on the Course - please refer to individual course webpages for further information.
Professional Body registration No - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable. Yes - students are expected to pay for their own Professional Body registration, if applicable.
Travel to other sites No – students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information. Yes - students are expected to pay for the cost of any travel to other University sites, however a mini bus service is provided free of charge between Old Sessions House and Polo Farm / Hall Place in Canterbury. Visit the shuttlebus webpage for more information.
Clothing / Kit Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages. Yes, where the clothing / kit is essential for Health & Safety reasons the cost is included in the tuition fee (a maximum of one set of clothing provided per student). Further information can be found on course webpages.
Learning materials Essential learning materials (excluding text books) in connection with the course are included in the Tuition Fee. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages. Students must pay for additional materials beyond the standard provision essential for the course, or where the costs are determined by the student’s area of interest and the outputs are retained by the student. Specific course related information can be found on course webpages.
Library fees and fines Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student. Yes – all Library fees and fines are an additional cost payable by the student.
Printing and photocopying A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student. A £15 print / photocopying credit is provided to all students each academic year on their University Smartcard. Any additional print / photocopying costs must be paid for by the student.
Social events The tuition fee does not include the cost of any social events, unless the event forms an essential part of the course. Yes, the costs of social events are an additional cost payable by the student unless the event forms an essential part of the course.
Graduation ceremonies IThe cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests. The cost of the Graduation ceremony itself is included in the tuition fee for the student to attend the ceremony. However, guest tickets and robe hire/ photography are additional costs payable by the student or their guests.

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Location Length Start  
MSc Healthcare Practice apply
Canterbury 1 year full-time September 2020

For further information, please read our guidance on how to apply online.

You can apply for stand alone open modules here.

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UCAS institution code

  • C10

Length

  • 1-3 years

Entry requirements

  • You should normally possess either a relevant degree at 2.2 or above (normally a degree in a health or social science subject), and/or a professional registration to practise in health and/or social care.
  • Please see the module guide for module pre- requisites and co- requisites.

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