Transforming and Leading in Health Care at Birmingham City University - UCAS

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Course summary

This programme aims to equip students who are front line clinicians or have roles in management and leadership in healthcare. As health care provision becomes increasingly complex, with greater demand for services and more people with multiple long term conditions plus the shortages of skilled professionals, there is a growing importance on how health care needs to improve and transform. What's covered in the course? The overall aim of this programme is for you to continue to develop yourself and your leadership and management skills by understanding and reflecting on people and team’s behaviours and their effect on an organisation’s development and its ability to improve. The programme explores global health challenges and their relevance to your everyday practice. This will develop your research and leadership skills to enhance your critical thinking. This programme’s core modules can be studied individually or can be combined into a Postgraduate Certificate. You can study 3 additional modules and gain a Postgraduate Diploma, and to achieve a Masters Degree you are also required to undertake the Dissertation module. Study Modes Online Learning The online programme is ideal if you are living far away from our campus, whether in the UK or internationally, and don’t want to learn by coming onto campus. You will access your module content learning, tutorials and personal tutor support remotely. Blended Learning If you are a UK or International student living near to our City South campus, and would like to attend face-to-face tutorials and personal tutor support on campus, then you can choose the blended learning option; your module content learning will remain online. You will spend the majority of your time on our campus with access to our library, Students' Union, societies and our supporting departments.

Entry requirements

An honours degree from a British University or equivalent institution (minimum 2:2) OR An equivalent graduate level qualification from an overseas university or equivalent institution (minimum 2:2). Students should have previous level 6 awards or provide evidence of equivalent study. International students will also additionally require an IELTS score of 6 in all of the exam domains. If you have not previously studied at level 6 you will be offered the opportunity, (if considered appropriate), prior to commencement of a module to write a reflective piece on how the module/programme would benefit and progress your professional development and how this would impact on your service/organisation.

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Transforming and Leading in Health Care at Birmingham City University - UCAS