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About the course

We are proud to have been awarded an IoPPN Excellence Award in 2017, 2018 and 2019 for student satisfaction in the Postgraduate Taught Education Survey (PTES).

Our unique Early Intervention in Psychosis course provides world- class specialised training in the early identification and clinical treatment of psychosis, focusing on the detection and management of early symptoms. This approach is highly effective in reducing the long-term impact of psychotic illness. You will learn the relevant skills in early intervention and other areas of mental health. 

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Entry Requirements

Degree in medicine, psychology, nursing, professions allied to medicine (e.g. radiography) or a scientific degree such as biomedical science, neuroscience or computer science.

In order to meet the academic entry requirements for this programme you should have a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme. If you are still studying you should be achieving an average of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme.


 Course Content


Where is King’s College London

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Student Profile(s)

Rebecca Morito

"Being taught by leaders in the field was amazing, and the way the modules were structured was intuitive and easy to follow. The fact that classes were over two days allowed me to continue with part-time employment during the rest of the week. Feedback was prompt and thoughtful, and lecturers were approachable and always willing to help. The project gave us the opportunity to get valuable experience conducting our own research, and the placement allowed us to develop practical skills."

Scholarships

The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) is offering a number of scholarships to support students with the financial commitments of postgraduate study. The scholarships are available for all full-time Home/EU and international fee status students undertaking a Postgraduate Taught (PGCert, PGDip or MSc) course at the IoPPN, starting in Sept 2020.

You will be assessed on the strength of your application to your chosen Postgraduate Taught programme and your IoPPN Scholarship Application Form including:

Academic qualifications and merit
Relevant clinical and/or work experience
Personal Statement (you should explain why the programme of study to which you have applied is appropriate for you and your intended progression at the end of the course)

The deadline for applications is Friday 28 February 2020

Value of Scholarship(s)

£1,000, and £5,000 each.

Eligibility

These awards are open to UK/EU and International applicants. Please see the website for a full list of requirements.

Application Procedure

You must submit an online admissions application for one of the IoPPN Postgraduate Taught programmes. Once you have applied for your chosen programme, please complete the scholarship application form and email to Dr Juliet Foster ioppn.educationsupport@kcl.ac.uk

The deadline for scholarship applications for academic year 2020/2021 is Friday 28 February 2020.

You must ensure that your application is ‘complete’ in order to be considered for funding. To be deemed ‘complete’, it must contain all the relevant supporting documentation required by the programme applied to, such as references, transcripts, and English language scores. However, you do not need to have received an offer from your chosen programme to apply for a scholarship. Deposits are not required until a decision has been made on the scholarships. If you have already paid your deposit, you will still be considered for a scholarship. You may apply to, and hold, other scholarship schemes at King’s.


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