Anyone who undertakes a Professional Doctorate is pretty awesome in our book.
We appreciate that you're likely to have other commitments alongside your study, so our courses are set up to take between four and seven years. Exactly how long it takes is up to you.
Our portfolio of Professional Doctorates fall under three main strands:
Undertaking a doctorate any of our fields will enable you to perform at the level of 'expert' in your chosen subject. This specialist qualification will help you realise ambitions of achieving or progressing within, a senior professional appointment in practice, education or management in health and social care.
All learning in our School is underpinned by close relationships with local partners and service users, as well as professional bodies such as the NMC and the HCPC. This means we're able to respond rapidly to the changes and developments across the sector, and are able to guide you in researching topical issues.
Our carefully crafted programme consists of three elements.
For many students, funding may impact on the duration of the course. There are many different ways that you could fund your Professional Doctorate, however the fees that you pay are not dependent on your funding stream.
For full details of the fees for your specific Professional Doctorate, please see our University postgraduate tuition fees.
You can apply online for any of our Professional Doctorates. Information about entry requirements and documentation to upload for your application can be found below.