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Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University offers a range of innovative, professional and high quality postgraduate courses that proivide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to give you a step-up in your future career development.
With 100 per cent of postgraduates who seeking to enter employment or further study being successful within six months of completing their course, and earning an average salary of £32, 685*, our high sucess rate can give you confidence in the level of our teaching quality and academic expertise (*DLHE Survey 2009/10)
DMU has a variety of courses available for you to start in January 2014. Please visit www.dmu.ac.uk/pgjanuarystarts
for full listings and details of the programmes we offer.
If you would like to find out more about DMU postgraduate study, join us on 28 November when we will be holding our postgraduate virtual chat with our advisers from 9am-6pm. Simply visit www.dmu.ac.uk/pgopendays and click on the chat button.
The largest of four faculties at De Montfort Univeristy, Health and Life Sciences has more than 400 members of staff and more than 150 dedicated postgraduate researchers across four Schools. Our strong links with professional bodies and employer confederations provide an important part of our quality assurance process; with many of our programmes accredited or endorsed by a recognised professional body, as well as some programmes created and delivered with industry input.
Much of our internationally recognised, multi-disciplinary faculty research feeds, shapes and informs our teaching; ensuring that we are providing cutting-edge courses to meet the current needs of the sector. The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise identified 'world-leading' research within each of our four schools of study.
Recent investment of £8 million in to the faculty means you will benefit from state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities, first-class practice suites, as well as classrooms and lecture theatres equipped with the most relevant technologies.
The majority of our courses can be studied as flexible part-time and full-tim pathways, accommodating both practicing professionals, recent undergraduates and international students.
If you have an enquiring mind, possess or have the potential to develop good analytical skills, and are concerned about the health and welfare of others, the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University can offer you exciting opportunities in career progression.
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One of the major changes envisaged in the Five Year view was the changing roles of Nurses, Midwives and Allied health professionals, essentially taking on roles that previously were the domain of medical staff. Read more
Enhance your employability with placements and voluntary opportunities in local educational settings. Reflect upon the latest trends and developments in the field and consider how these apply to your own place of work. Read more
You will have experience of or be interested in using skills of group work, informal learning and activity, outreach and community work; particularly with young people and adults often identified as hard to reach. Read more
Designed and delivered in collaboration with researchers and practitioners within the field, the Health Psychology course will give you the opportunity to explore the many ways in which psychology can be applied to an understanding of health and illness and to modern healthcare systems. Read more
The Practice Certificate in Independent Prescribing for Pharmacists is available as a stand-alone 45 credit course or it can be taken as an option in the diploma year of the MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, which is open to pharmacists from all sectors of the profession. Read more
The module will allow students to move from carrying out protocol-guided dysphagia assessments and therapy to being able to independently assess clients using a range of methods and to plan, carry out and evaluate individualised client-centred dysphagia treatment packages with clients with a range of aetiologies. Read more
Student-Trainees must secure a full-time trainee PWP position with a local IAPT service provider to enroll on the Programmes. Positions are advertised on the NHS jobs website (https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/) or through other local IAPT compliant provider organisations. Read more
You have the flexibility to manage your own time and study when it suits you best. Our established practitioner and research-based academic staff have a reputation for undertaking world-leading projects; helping you get the very best out of your research project. Read more
The programme incorporates a wide range of specialised teaching, the course enables you to develop your understanding of the theoretical and practical dimensions of research practice. Read more
The MSc in Medical Leadership, Education and Research is designed to put you, as a doctor, at the centre of shaping your career. It is a practical and supportive leadership course for doctors. Read more
The course specifically caters for clinically experienced nurses seeking a flexible route to a master’s level qualification that has a recordable Specialist Practitioner Qualification (PG Diploma only) with the . Read more
With a high practical content, the course reviews the process from start to finish (from pre-clinical studies, to clinic, through to marketing), preparing you for work in an industrial or academic setting and giving you an opportunity to gain employment in the global biopharmaceutical field. Read more