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Course summary

This course consists of a research dissertation on your choice of original topic relevant to health and wellbeing. You will demonstrate your individual strengths and subject knowledge in every step of this project’s creation, engaging in design, delivery and evaluation of your study with a keen understanding of frameworks, methodologies and health science applications needed to carry out your work effectively. Applicants will be refreshed on health and wellbeing at a postgraduate level, able to move on to subsequent research skills training or to take training while working on this dissertation.

Entry requirements

The minimum academic entry requirement is 120 level 7 credits or a completed Post-graduate Diploma at level 7 (Master’s level) in any health, welfare or social care related discipline. These credits / your Diploma must have been fully completed and agreed by an examination board before starting this course. You may also need to attend an interview and to give a 10 minute presentation on your academic progress to date and your ideas for a Master’s level independent research project.

Fees and funding

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Health and Wellbeing (Top-up) at University of Wolverhampton - UCAS