Dr Rakesh Patel, School of Medicine
Masters students take five core modules, giving an overview of teaching, learning and assessment, along with an introduction to ethics and professionalism.
They then choose a further three elective modules from a choice of seven.
Once the taught components of the course have been completed, Masters students then undertake a research and dissertation module involving a relevant, original investigation or development in the field of medical education.
The Masters in Medical Education can be completed in one year of full-time study or over two years part-time. The course comprises 180 credits in total, split across 60 credits of core taught modules, 60 credits of elective modules and a 60-credit dissertation.
The course will be delivered via a blended learning model, with face-to face seminars, online content and web-based tutorials.
The deadline for applications for September 2017 entry is 1st August 2017
Modules are assessed by a variety of methods, including essays, online tests, reflective diaries, teaching presentations and the production of an education website.
Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate
Diploma students study the five core plus three elective modules (120 credits). Certificate students study the five core modules (60 credits).