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  • Part time available
  • email: [email protected]
  • September
  • Part-time 3 years

Course Description

Course description

The MSc Psychiatry course is run in collaboration with Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex. The first year of this course follows the Royal College of Psychiatrists core knowledge curriculum, with an opportunity to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate. The second year incorporates development of wider clinical professional skills in leadership and teaching. The third year provides a structured research opportunity within the mental health field, working towards completion of a dissertation.

Visit the Psychiatry page on the Brighton & Sussex Medical School website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Students are normally expected to be at postgraduate level and currently employed in a psychiatry-related post with demonstrable clinical skills. However, applications will be considered from non-medical staff who have been working for a minimum of two years in a relevant role within mental health and who are able to demonstrate an ability to study at masters level (assessed by interview and/or production of a short piece of written work as necessary). This course is only open to applications from UK/ EU/Island residents.

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