FACULTY OF HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE AND EDUCATION

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 enquiries@sgul.ac.uk 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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Continuing personal and professional 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.

  • To find out more visit CPPD.