Yes, our programmes are accredited by the National University of Ireland (NUI). In the United Arab Emirates our MSc programmes are also accredited by the Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA) acting on behalf of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research (MOHESR).
Applicants for our MSc programmes must hold a primary degree. Applicants should also be working in the Healthcare sector as all our programmes are practice-based.
For updated tuition fees, please consult the fees and funding section of the individual programme you are interested in.
The Masters programmes are delivered using blended learning, i.e. classroom contact and distance learning. Six taught modules are delivered in Year 1. The classroom-based part of each module is four days in length. Participants come to campus on six occasions in Year 1 for four days each time.
No. Participants in all locations explore the same content with international faculty and receive the same degree. For relevance, some location-specific examples may be used for in-class resources and discussions.
Yes, once a request is accepted by the relevant module leader and programme director.
If you have successfully passed the assignments for all six Year 1 modules, you will receive an internationally recognised postgraduate diploma in your chosen programme.
Yes. The minimum time required to complete the MSc programme is two years. However, the programme is flexible, in that you can complete it within five years. This means that you can complete a number of modules and, once you have successfully completed the modules assignments, you will not have to re-take those modules or re-submit for those assignments, provided you complete the MSc programme within five years.
No. Getting all the relevant documentation together can take time. It is better you send in the application form so that we are aware of your interest. You can send in the documentation as and when it is ready.
We will contact you and confirm receipt of your application. Once the application deadline has passed all applicants are assessed by the programme director and you will be notified if your application has been successful.
We do not specify a deadline, as places are limited and the programmes are popular. Applications are received up to 11 months before the next intake. You are advised to apply early.
The application fee is an administration charge and is non-refundable.