Postgraduate

Postgraduate courses in the Department of Applied Health and Professional Development at Oxford Brookes offer opportunities to delve deeper into subject areas such as cancer studies and palliative care, as well as pursuing qualifications in prescribing and health and social care management.

 

Courses

TitleAward / CATS credits
Acute Care of the Older Person with Frailty PGCert
Adult Intensive Care Practice PGCert
Advanced Communication and Supportive Relationships 20 at M Level
Advanced Practice (Clinical) MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Cancer Studies MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Cardiorespiratory Practice PGCert
Children's High Dependency Practice PGCert
Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber (v100) 20 at M Level
Emergency Nursing Practice PGCert
Health Sciences (Open Award) MA / MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Higher Professional Education MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Independent and Supplementary Prescribing for AHPs (V300) 40 at M Level
Independent Prescribing Conversion Course for AHPs (V300) 10 at M Level
Leadership in Health and Social Care 20 CATS Credits (M Level)
Management in Health and Social Care MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Minor Illness and Injury Management PGCert
Neonatal Practice PGCert
Non-Medical Prescribing PGCert
Non-Medical Prescribing (v300) 40 at M Level
Nursing Studies (Leadership in Clinical Practice) MSc / PGDip / PGCert
Orthopaedic Practice PGCert
Planning and Managing Clinical Trials 20 at M Level
Renal and Urology Practice PGCert

 

Student Profiles

Paul Gearing and Onome Oghifobibi - Management in Health and Social Care



Maggie Dyer - Cancer Studies
"I chose Oxford Brookes because it was one of the best academic cities in the world. The facilities are gorgeous and state of the art, and the Health and Life sciences site is in a beautiful campus. The social life is great with stuff to do in the student union and opportunities to join societies. I found it very easy to make friends and I have made lifelong friends from my course, you can always find someone who wants to join you to the local pub. I am currently working at the Churchill hospital within the Haematology/Cancer Centre and would like to continue my career here. I would recommend my course to others. It’s been the greatest experience of my life!"

 

Scholarships and financial support

The university offers a variety of financial support schemes and a number of scholarships for postgraduate UK / EU / international students.

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