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Clinical Psychiatry - MSc


Diploma MSc Postgraduate Courses- Medical

Part time September MSc 1-2 years

About the course

Clinical Psychiatry MSc

In partnership with: University of South Wales

The MSc in Clinical Psychiatry provides a progression route for graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma.

Course Information

Mental health is becoming increasingly more challenging and multidisciplinary in practice, so it’s essential to be able to deal with complex situations you may face as a healthcare professional with confidence.

The MSc is a progression from the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry, and on completion of the course you will receive a Master's in Clinical Psychiatry from the University of South Wales.

You can study the MSc in Clinical Psychiatry over one or two years.

To study over one year, you will need to have successfully completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical

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Entry Requirements

You need to have completed the 120 credit Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry to progress to the one year MSc. This can have been either with Diploma MSc or another UK university which covers relevant module content - we can discuss this with you during your application.

You should be working in a clinical setting, either in the UK or overseas, in a role such as a psychiatrist, general practitioner, nurse, social worker, occupational therapist, psychologist, pharmacist or physiotherapist.

You will also need:

A science degree in a relevant subject
IELTS of at least 6 or proof of the equivalent


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Student Profile(s)

Dr Tanvir Mohsin MSc, GP (OM)

"Frankly speaking, I have been a very busy General Practitioner since I completed my medical graduation. During last 18 years I only able to do a PG Diploma which is very frustrating for me. So I started searching and ultimately found the golden opportunity to do MSc on a clinical specialty online and still continue my very busy day to day GP job. That is what led me to apply for the course."


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