Teaching typically includes lectures, group seminars and individual tutorials, You are encouraged to become an independent and proactive learner, and we will recommend reading and electronic resources for independent study to help develop the breadth and depth of your knowledge.
The majority of your studies will take place at the university but we also incorporate hospital and community-based learning experiences. There is a significant focus on developing skills that are transferable to a variety of careers and contexts on an international level.
Learning activities are designed to help you develop your teamwork, presentation and problem-solving skills, plus more traditional academic skills such as synthesis, evaluation and application. We also help you to develop your skills and understanding in professional areas such as ethics and reflective practice.
You will benefit from the support of a personal academic tutor, who you are encouraged to meet with regularly. We also offer a range of additional support services to help you develop the skills required for master’s level study.
Assessment typically includes project work, essays and literature reviews, problem-based activities and electronic-learning tasks. Bespoke guidance materials are provided for all forms of assessment on the course.