Paramedic science courses

Our paramedic science courses are developed in partnership with ambulance service employers and awarded by St George's, University of London. They are designed to:

  • enable students to achieve their potential and be competitive in the workplace
  • provide opportunities for progression to an honours degree
  • use the latest education technologies to deliver teaching and learning
  • offer flexibility to study effectively around personal commitments.

How you will learn

We offer a range of innovative and flexible approaches to teaching and learning including case-based learning, self-directed learning and group work, as well as classroom based teaching.

You will also benefit from the support of a personal tutor, peer group learning and a range of web-based resources and online discussion forums.

Undergraduate courses

Paramedic Science Foundation Degree/BSc(Hons)

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  • Graduate and diplomate healthcare professionals, graduates with healthcare experience and IHCD Ambulance Technicians may be considered for an accelerated Paramedic Science Foundation Degree/BSc(Hons). Email to find out more.

Accelerated In-Service Foundation Degree

Post-qualifying courses for healthcare professionals

Healthcare Practice MSc/PgDip/PgCert

  • New for September 2013, this part-time flexible course offers a range of modules from across our postgraduate programmes in health and social care sciences, enabling you to tailor your study to key areas of interest.
  • Nine specialist routes: Acute care pathways (cardiac care, intensive care, acute medicine), advanced practice, advanced practice (clinical cancer care), cancer care, maternal and child health, psychosocial interventions and community/integrated care.
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Workforce development (CPPD)

As well as undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, we offer a variety of continuing personal and professional development opportunities for the qualified healthcare practitioner. These include a wide range of study days and short courses/modules, allowing you to target and tailor your learning and development in the most appropriate areas for your work.