Masters in Primary Care at Glasgow - applications now being accepted for on-line course
Applications are now being accepted for this on-line distance learning course run by the department of General Practice and Primary Care at the University of Glasgow. The courses are led by leading academics in the field of primary care.
The programme attracts attention globally and is positioned for students from diverse backgrounds in primary care, including General Practitioners, Family Physicians, Pharmacists, Practice Nurses Community Nurses, Practice Managers, Healthcare Policy Professionals, and Allied Health Professionals.
It offers flexible learning with intake in September and January each academic year. There are options to take stand-alone courses, a postgraduate certificate, diploma or full MSc. The MSc programme consists of six taught courses and a substantial piece of independent research or inquiry.
We offer a very supportive environment for studying, including guidance and support for online study skills, in-depth feedback to individual tasks and assessments, and timely responses to queries. You can access a taster course to see an example of the format of our online teaching. Applications are currently open for September 2017. Full details of the MSc can be found on our website.
For any queries about online postgraduate study in primary care you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.