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Course summary

The Masters of Science Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) provides access to structured and supported educational development to enable students to progress through their Masters Level study. Throughout this course our expert team of healthcare lecturers, practice partners and University of Wolverhampton’s ‘Service Users and Carers Contributing to Educating Students for Services (SUCCESS)’ team aim to ensure that you have access to a range of learning opportunities to further develop your clinical speciality practice. The University prides itself on its excellent partnership working arrangements with local practice partners, providing excellent support for you in the clinical setting, ensuring that you are supported in accessing relevant learning opportunities. The Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) aims to facilitate personal and professional development in education and strengthen participants’ ability to bring about positive change and solve problems effectively.

How to apply

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Fees and funding

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Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS