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  1. Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace PG Cert


    Our Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace course reflects the current demand for professionals with a strategic awareness of the debates, challenges and approaches in the field of individual and population health and wellbeing with a specific focus on the workplace. Delivered online, from September to May, this part-time PGCert programme allows you to fit your learning around your other work and life commitments. It provides an opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of leading

  2. Family Support MA


    Study the UK’s only postgraduate course in Family Support to acquire the academic and professional skills you need to manage and deliver effective family support. You’ll learn from research-active academics with extensive experience as social care and family support practitioners. They’ll work with you to help you develop effective practice in a range of settings – from social care and health, to education.

  3. Modern Foreign Languages PGCE


    Teaching secondary-age children is your chance to share your passion for your subject and inspire the next generation. Teaching children isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Every subject is different, which is why we centre our support on subject-specific knowledge, up-to-date teaching practices and, most importantly, your specific needs as a trainee teacher. All our PGCE Secondary courses lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and the award of a level 7 Postgraduate Certificate in

  4. Childhood and Education MA


    Our MA Childhood and Education offers a unique opportunity to broaden your understanding of critical issues relating to childhood and education studies. The MA Childhood and Education is suitable for those already working or looking to work in associated professions who wish to progress in their careers and for recent graduates in early childhood studies, education studies or another related subject who are looking to deepen their knowledge of key themes relevant to the diverse lives and

  5. Psychology (Conversion) MSc


    This is an MSc Psychology (Conversion) programme, not an MSc Psychology programme. As such, this course is aimed primarily at non-Psychology graduates who wish to undertake further training as a Psychologist, but do not wish to undertake a second undergraduate degree. Effectively, you will be undertaking one half of an undergraduate Psychology degree in one third of the time, and for one fifth of the cost, before graduating with an MSc Psychology (Conversion) degree.

  6. National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordination (NASENCo) PG Cert


    How can outstanding provision be developed in schools for children and young people with SEN using evidenced-based best practice? The field of SEND is complex and constantly changing. This part-time course will give aspiring and practicing SENCo’s an in-depth understanding of effective policy, provision and practice to meet the diverse needs of children with SEND. The course will address all the professional learning outcomes required by the national award. You will meet colleagues and

  7. Project Management MSc


    Do you want a career in the increasingly in-demand area of project management? Would you like to develop your ability to plan, execute and manage projects? Thisprogramme aims to equip you with the necessary knowledge, understanding, skills and strategic thinking required for successful performance as a project manager in a variety of contexts. The course is suitable for graduates keen to pursue a career in the project profession and for professionals with relevant industry.

  8. Law LLM


    Do you want to pursue a career as a lawyer? Would you like to develop the legal knowledge and skills needed to start or enhance your professional legal career? The LLM Law is a practical, industry-focused course that engages actively with the academic stages of training needed to pursue a career as a solicitor or barrister. The course has a heavy practitioner focus, particularly with regard to developing the essential knowledge needed for a career as a solicitor, barrister or other qualified

  9. Criminology and Criminal Justice MSc


    The field of criminology and criminal justice is constantly developing, challenging both researchers and practitioners as new forms of crime and harm emerge from a range of perennial issues. Whether it's established issues of crime and disorder or emergent problems attached to new technologies, changing demographic patterns of globalised structural networks, there is a growing demand - locally and nationally - for professionals with substantive, social-scientific knowledge and evidence-based

  10. Health and Wellbeing MSc


    Health and wellbeing is a rapidly changing and challenging area – both nationally and internationally. This programme is a distance-learning course delivered online. The course aims to equip future senior leaders and strategic thinkers in health and wellbeing with the knowledge, skills and expertise to enable them to take a leading role in responding to these complex issues.