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Midwifery (multiple pathway options)

University of Hertfordshire School of Health and Social Work

Full time September Other 18 months full-time

About the course

The Master of Midwifery (Mmid) course is an innovative and flexible work-based course for qualified adult nurses who want to gain midwifery skills at Master’s level. It will develop your skills and knowledge so that you can become a responsive, confident midwife able to care for women and their babies. Focusing on holistic care, you will gain a sound knowledge of what is normal and healthy in childbearing women, enabling you to recognise and manage problems they might face.

The aim of the MMid Midwifery course is to:

  • prepare you for entry to the Midwife’s aspect of the Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC) Professional Register, in accordance with the professional and statutory requirements
  • make you a committed midwife that contributes to the enhancement of health and social care

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Entry Requirements

First degree at 2:1 or above, achieved during nurse training (Part 1 of United Kingdom NMC register: Adult)
Evidence of study of research methods
IELTS for candidates whose first language is not English – overall score 6.5 and not less than 6.5 in any one section

All applicants need to have completed 10 years general school education before the start of the programme.

All applicants must demonstrate that they have good health and good character, sufficient for safe and effective practice as a midwife.

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