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DProf in Health and Social Care


Course Description

Students complete an advanced, structured and progressive programme of study which facilitates their engagement in multi-professional collaboration by studying with colleagues from other professional disciplines.

The programme timetable includes weekend and evening delivery and will take place at the Chester campus sites. Students are also invited to become part of the University’s research community by taking part in the Graduate School training programme and Faculty research seminars.

Entry Requirements

Applicants to the programme will normally require a good Honours degree (or equivalent), a Masters degree related to their professional discipline and at least five years' post-qualification experience in their profession. Given the wide variety of educational qualifications within the Health and Social Care field, it is intended that these admission requirements are applied flexibly.It is expected that students will be working within health or social care in a professional post, and intending to continue within such practice.Students from overseas are most welcome and are required to have achieved the Cambridge IELTS qualification at level 6.5 or above.

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