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Diabetes MSc/PGDip/PGCert

Course Description

The MSc in Diabetes is a programme dedicated to healthcare professionals who specialise in diabetes. It aims to give GPs, hospital doctors, specialist nurses and other health professionals involved in the care of people with diabetes, the necessary knowledge and skills to provide high quality care. The flexible, modular structure allows you to study over a period suited to your own professional needs and circumstances.

Taught by experts in diabetes from Warwick Medical School, this is an interactive programme where you will learn through seminars, group work and individual study.

Not sure a Masters is for you?

You can gain a Postgraduate Certificate (PCert) (60 CATS), a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) (120 CATS), or go on to complete the full Masters degree (MSc) (180 CATS)

Visit the Diabetes MSc/PGDip/PGCert page on the University of Warwick website for more details!

Entry Requirements

First degree or equivalent and current registration as a healthcare professional alongside two years’ post-registration experience in Diabetics. Applicants without a degree maybe admitted to a Postgraduate Award, and could potentially progress to an MSc upon successful completion of the Award.

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