Graduates and young professionals attend a postgraduate certificate or PGCert because it is s a higher education postgraduate program that provides students with advanced knowledge at master's level but less extensive than a postgraduate diploma or master's degree. When awarded for teaching it is known as PGCE.
Students of a master's degree in medical sciences are medical graduates and young professionals with ambitions of becoming a doctor, psychologist, nurse. Men and women, boys and girls who follow these postgraduate courses in medicine and health care to be able to work in hospitals, clinics, surgeries.
A master program full time requires a full-time commitment for the duration of the course. It is a postgraduate course aimed at graduates, students, men and women, that can attend classes during the whole day. Usually caters to students with graduation, bachelor's or master's degree
Master programs and postgraduate courses that begin in the second semester or second half of the year are paths that typically follow the academic year. These are paths starting in September or October, more rarely in November or December, almost never in summer that graduates and young professionals follow after graduation
This course provides a toolkit of key management skills and knowledge, which will enable you to undertake a variety of roles in the field of construction project management or other management roles in the construction or property sectors.
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This programme provides theoretical understanding and practical skills, which will benefit those wishing to follow a career in clinical sciences or academic and industrial research in the UK or overseas.Request more info
Advanced Audiology Studies provides a unique opportunity for inter-professional learning, combining specialist Audiology course units with a range of healthcare professions core concepts and subjectsRequest more info
The Masters of Dental Public Health (MDPH) is a distance-learning course that is fully integrated within the highly successful MPH course offered by the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences.Request more info
For health professionals from a range of disciplines who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge in clinically focused research and seeking a career in, or currently engaged in clinical research or wishing to pursue a variety of careers where research is a core component.Request more info
Experienced health and care managers on this programme will benefit from input crafted jointly by leading academics and practitioners, at the School of Health in Social Science.Request more info
This unique programme offers advanced study in psychological theoriesof child and adolescent mental health, and their application to workwith children, young people and families.Request more info
As a mental health practitioner, an understanding of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and its application in the care of children and young people is a valuable career asset. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of the scientific principles involved, and apply them in a clinical setting.Request more info
Designed for professionals working in health and social care roles, either in the NHS, education, social work or the voluntary sector, this new part-time programme offers you the chance to enhance your theoretical and clinical skills in the area of psychological practiceRequest more info
This programme aims to foster the development of critically reflective practitioners who are able to work in a variety of settings with a broadrange of people. It is founded in dialogue between the person-centred approach and psychodynamic perspectives in counselling.Request more info
The field of nursing is ever changing and increasingly challenging. This programme will equip you with the skills for self-development to become leaders and competent decision-makers, professional nurses who understand the primacy of care, the promotion of health and the imperative of evidenceRequest more info