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Postgraduate Education for Healthcare Professionals

20% bursary for courses at Warwick Medical School

Whether you're looking to expand your clinical skills or progress your career, our courses can give you the confidence to make a real difference to patient care. And to thank you for your hard work, we're offering all NHS employees a 20% bursary.

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'll work alongside like-minded professionals, taught by academics active in the field in which you are studying.

We run PGAs in a range of subject areas across the academic year, and if you decide you want to study more modules with us in the future, you can upgrade your award to a postgraduate certificate or a postgraduate diploma.

20% bursary for NHS employees

We're pleased to be offering a bursary of 20% for any of our postgraduate taught courses booked in 2021/2022. Once you've found a course you'd like to attend, please contact us using the contact details on the right hand side of the relevant module page and let us know you'd like to take the NHS bursary for it.

Our courses

Our full list of postgraduate taught courses can be found here, or you can browse a selection of our postgraduate awards below.

Hear from our students

"I feel confident and I am now an independent practitioner in the area of diabetes care. Three words to sum up my experience of the course: Interesting, participatory and flexible." - Julie, Diabetes

"This course has really provided me with the foundations of a (hopefully) long career in advanced practice. These skills that have been taught are used every single day of my working life." - Robert, Advanced Clinical Practice

"You have the opportunity to mix with healthcare professionals from lots of different disciplines to share ideas and techniques, which helps broaden your knowledge-base and experience." - Amy, Medical Education

"I have certainly developed many skills during the course. Starting from the basic skills like communication, presentation and IT skills to public health skills like social media marketing in public health, evaluation of a public health issue, health needs assessment, critical writing etc. have been the most important skills I have cultivated." - Piyali, Public Health

"I would certainly recommend the course to people who are interested in pursuing a career in research. The practical focus and the style of the course assessments are all catered to helping students gain the skills necessary to working in this field." - Hannah, Health Research

Find out more about Warwick Medical School

WMS is a modern medical school, based at one of the leading universities in the UK. As well as offering professional development across the healthcare sector, we are home to the UK's largest graduate-entry MB ChB programme and also offer opportunities for undergraduate study, and full and part-time research degrees. We are proud of our reputation for research excellence, investigating solutions to significant global health challenges.

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Interested in finding out more about the courses available to study with us? Complete this form and you can download a copy of our postgraduate prospectus.

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Life at Warwick

Warwick has a diverse postgraduate community, with over 9,000 students undertaking postgraduate study programmes. The campus is a lively, cosmopolitan place with its own shops, banks, bars and restaurants. Find out more.