Tuition fees need to be paid to the university however some students are eligible for tuition fee support. The fees and financial support that are relevant to you depend on where you lived before coming to university. A guide to fees at GCU.
There are no additional costs for this programme.
You will also have to think about accommodation, living costs, travel, books and socialising. To make things as simple as possible we have information on all of this available at http://www.gcu.ac.uk/money and http://www.gcu.ac.uk/student/money/managingyourmoney
Applicants with a grade point average between 55 and 60% will be considered if there is evidence of suitable work experience.
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration is not required.
If you do not meet the English language requirements, you may be eligible for the English for University Study programme.
Download the Programme Specification for a detailed breakdown of its structure, what you will learn and other useful information.
Download course content here. (PDF document)
You will benefit from contributions from invited academic experts and clinical specialists. Our close links with clinical specialists mean that you will have access to the most up-to-date clinical material, research and professional expertise.
The learning and teaching methods have been designed in consultation with practitioners to assist and contextualise learning. Methods include problem-solving activities with case material, clinical reasoning panels, blended learning using GCULearn, the University’s virtual learning environment, practice-based learning and peer support.
Credit-rated modules can be accumulated to obtain Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or Master of Science.
Alternatively, stand alone modules can be undertaken as an option for continuous professional development (CPD).
The programme is delivered using a blended-learning approach including online or work-based learning. Some attendance at University is required for tutorials or practical workshops during the week or at weekends.
Previous graduates have secured employment in a number of roles including extended scope practitioners, clinical specialists, consultants, private practitioners, lecturers and researchers.