Postgraduate study in School of Health Sciences

One of the oldest AHP academic centres in the UK, Ulster University's School of Health Sciences offers a wide spectrum of innovative postgraduate programmes.

Our courses are currently offered at the Jordanstown campus, with some available full-time or part-time and also by distance learning.

Research-informed teaching not only focuses on cutting edge research to solve real problems in patients' lives but also positively impacts upon the student experience.

In this section

Full-time study

There are currently no Postgraduate courses running but please check back as courses will be running in the future, when these details are available they will appear here.

Part-time study

2019/20

Part-time Postgraduate course Advancing Practice

Postgraduate Certificate/Postgraduate Diploma/Master of Science - PgCert/PgDip/MSc

The School of Health Sciences aims to provide quality advanced education for Allied Health Professionals to enhance their skills in client care.
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2019/20

Part-time Postgraduate course Medicines Management

Postgraduate Certificate - PgCert

Supporting enhanced practice and patient centred health care through independent prescribing by Allied Health Professionals.
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eLearning

2019/20

Part-time Postgraduate course Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes

Postgraduate Certificate/Postgraduate Diploma/Master of Science - PgCert/PgDip/MSc

  • eLearning
Raising the standard of Lower Limb Preservation in Diabetes through consensus of evidence based "best practice" in patient care at all stages.
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2019/20

Full-time Postgraduate course Physiotherapy, Professional Development in

Master of Science - MSc

  • eLearning
This online course will enable physiotherapy graduates to enhance their global employability.
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2019/20

Part-time Postgraduate course Physiotherapy, Professional Development in

Master of Science - MSc

  • eLearning
This online course will enable physiotherapy graduates to enhance their global employability.
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