MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) *


Royal Holloway, University of London    Department of Health Studies

Full time September MSc 2 years full time Award winner
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Embark on a fulfilling career with the MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) programme at Royal Holloway, University of London. This innovative two-year master's course, developed in collaboration with local partners, equips you with the essential knowledge and practical skills to excel as an occupational therapist in diverse global health and social prescribing roles. With a strong emphasis on hands-on placements, you will gain invaluable practice-based experience and establish vital employment networks. The programme's unique focus on disaster management, sustainability, and global health sets it apart, offering training in cutting-edge skills essential for today's occupational therapists. You will develop clinical reasoning skills, learn to work with individual clients and community groups, and enhance your assessment and intervention abilities for health promotion. Join a world-leading research hub, benefit from individual attention, and explore your interests with stimulating teaching. Secure your spot with a UK 2:2 entry grade and a background in research methodology. Prepare for a rewarding career shaping healthy participation in life with this exceptional programme.

About the course

*new course under development

The pre-registration MSc Occupational Therapy programme is delivered by the Department of Health Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London in collaboration with local partners.

This two-year masters will give you the knowledge and practical skills that you need to develop a rewarding career as an occupational therapist in emerging global health roles and social prescribing roles in the UK and in internationals settings. The course places an emphasis on placements throughout the degree to develop your practice-based experience and establish strong employment networks.

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Entry Requirements

UK 2:2 entry grade. Some understanding of research methodology, taken within dissertation, final year project or as its own module will be required.




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Scholarships

The scholarships are funded by the alumni and friends of Bedford College, one of the founding colleges of Royal Holloway and Bedford New College. Formed in 2013, the Bedford Society aims to ensure the spirit of Bedford College lives on by providing new scholars with access to financial support and opportunities for networking.

Value of Scholarship(s)

£8,100

Eligibility

Three scholarships are available for full or part-time students with home or international fee status.

You must have an offer to study a Masters degree within:

Department of Classics
Department of Earth Sciences
Department of Economics
Department of English
Department of Geography
Department of Health Studies
Department of History
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Department of Law and Criminology
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics
Department of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy
Department of Psychology
Department of Social Work

And have achieved, or on target to achieve, a First Class Honours degree or equivalent.

Application Procedure

Use our applicant portal to apply. The deadline is 11.59pm (UK time) on Friday 14 June 2024.

Read the application guidelines to make sure you include everything you need.

We'll let you know from Monday 8 July 2024 if you've been successful.


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One scholarship is available to a full or part-time student from the UK applying for an MSc degree. It is funded by Mr and Mrs Gent, who are providing the scholarship to recognise and promote academic achievement, alleviate need and promote activity of benefit to society as a whole. These objectives will be taken into account when your scholarship application is considered.

Value of Scholarship(s)

£7,000

Eligibility

You must have Home fee status and an offer to study an MSc degree from one of the following departments:

Biological Sciences
Computer Sciences
Earth Sciences
Electronic Engineering
Information Security
Physics
Economics
Health Studies
Psychology

You will need to have achieved, or be on target to achieve, a 2:1 degree or higher.

Application Procedure

Use our applicant portal to apply. The deadline is 11.59pm (UK time) on Friday 14 June 2024.

Read the application guidelines to make sure you include everything you need.

We'll let you know from Monday 8 July 2024 if you've been successful.


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