The flexibility of this course means you can follow a route that suits your individual needs and professional interests. It also allows you to progress to a point you are happy with; whether that's completing a single module, postgraduate certificate, diploma or the full masters degree.
Individualised study pathways are developed in line with the course director before you begin your course.
The MSc can be completed over two to four years, allowing you the maximum flexibility to fit this qualification around your other commitments.
The course has two semesters per year taught at the University's Clinical Sciences Building at Nottingham City Hospital.
The course comprises 180 credits in total, split across 120 credits of taught modules and a 60 credit research dissertation, for the MSc.
Your time commitment
Modules are delivered through a highly flexible mix of intensive full-time sessions or part-time lessons over several weeks or on given weekdays throughout a semester. This means you can organise your studies around your existing work schedule. Work-based modules take place over 30 weeks.
Once you have been accepted on to the course, you will have the opportunity to discuss your needs with members of the course team and create an agreed plan of study. You will also be allocated a dedicated personal tutor who will provide academic and pastoral support throughout the course.
All international students who wish to undertake the module 'Movement Science Based Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation' will need to undergo occupational health clearance, supply a declaration of good character and health form certified by their current employer and undertake governance training in order to undertake insight/observational visits. Please note if vaccinations are required, these will be at the student’s own expense. If these documents and evidence of vaccinations are not provided before the module starts you will not be able to undertake the clinical element of the module.