The University of Cambridge Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education has been designed collaboratively by the University of Cambridge, Institute of Continuing Education and the University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine’s Clinical Deanery. The Postgraduate Certificate is a one-year, part-time Master’s-level programme resulting in 60 FHEQ Level-7 credits and the University of Cambridge award. Applicants may wish to continue onto the linked Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education which provides a further 60 credits at FHEQ Level 7. The course is delivered through blended learning methods using a combination of face-to-face sessions requiring attendance in Cambridge, synchronous online teaching sessions, self-directed learning and supported through a virtual learning environment [VLE]. Please note that this will be reviewed in line with the latest public health guidance available at any given time. If required, to ensure the health and safety of students, we may look to utilise alternative teaching formats and will contact students if we expect changes to the course delivery.
Applicants are normally expected to a hold a 2i degree or higher from a UK university or an equivalent from an overseas university. If you wish to apply to join the programme you must: Hold a qualification in one of the healthcare professions or another relevant qualification Be a post-foundation-year doctor in primary, secondary or tertiary care or a professional allied to medicine who is involved in teaching students at undergraduate or postgraduate levels or who has a role in training and appraising healthcare professionals Have had at least one year of experience as a teacher prior to starting the programme Be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language; students whose first language is not English must be able to satisfy the requirements below
Fees and funding
No fee information has been provided for this course