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Postgraduate Awards at WMS

Flexible learning for professionals

Whether you're looking to expand your clinical skills or progress your career, our short courses can give you the confidence and knowledge to make a real difference to patient care.

Postgraduate Awards (PGAs) can be a great way back into higher education if you haven’t studied for a while or to give your career an extra boost.

They offer a concentrated period of study, usually over a week, to enable you to delve into the subject area and get the most out of your studies. You will work alongside like-minded professionals, taught by academics active in the field in which you are studying. Each postgraduate award culminates in an assignment where you will demonstrate what you have learned.

On completing a PGA you may feel that this is just what you need in order to enhance your working practice or prepare for a move in your career. Alternatively, you may have identified a need for additional study and want to consider one of our Certificate, Diploma or Master’s courses for your further development.

Warwick Medical School has PGAs in a range of subject areas running over the academic year. Find out more today.

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