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Study mode

Full time

Duration

36 months

Start date

SEP

Key information
DATA SOURCE : IDP Connect

Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Midwifery

Course type

Taught

Course Summary

This course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and compassionate care required throughout pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, labour and birth, postpartum and the early stages of a newborn infants’ life. The MSc* will acknowledge your key graduate attributes and transferable skills and build on these so you can confidently deliver effective care.

You will develop key skills to provide universal care for all women, their families and newborns as well as additional care for those women and infants with complications. Furthermore, you will develop midwifery knowledge with emphasis on leadership, management, education, research with critical thinking and promote role modelling in midwifery.

The course is closely integrated with BSc Midwifery students as you complete shared modules which are assessed at postgraduate level.

*Subject to validation

Modules

Universal Care for All Women and Newborn Infants 1 (30 Credits)
The Professional Midwife 1 (30 Credits)
Additional Care for Women and Newborn Infants with Complications 1 (30 Credits)
Introduction To Midwifery Practice (30 Credits)
Additional Care For Women And Newborn Infants With Complications 2 (30 Credits)
The Professional Midwife 2 (30 Credits)
Family Centred Midwifery Practice (30 Credits)
Universal Care For All Women And Newborn Infants 2 (30 Credits)
Towards Proficient Midwifery Practice (30 Credits)
Universal Care For All Women And Newborn Infants 3 (30 Credits)
The Professional Midwife 3 (30 Credits)
Towards Proficient Midwifery Practice (alternative route) (30 Credits)
Additional Care For Women And Newborn Infants With Complications 3 (30 Credits)

Tuition fees

UK fees
Course fees for UK students

For this course (per year)

1,820

International fees
Course fees for EU and international students

To be confirmed

Entry requirements

Applicants normally hold a first degree or honours degree honours degree, or its equivalent, in relevant subject. Applicants must also have Higher/A Level Biology or Human Biology at grade C and National 5/GSCE Maths at grade C/4. Applicants will be expected to submit a personal statement supporting their reasons to study Midwifery with explanation of what they have done to find out about the profession and any transferable skills. Successful statements will be shortlisted for interview. Entry to the course is also dependent on applicants meeting the NMC standards of good health and good character and a satisfactory Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) check. Applicants that have already studied for a nursing degree are unlikely to receive funding for a midwifery degree. This course is currently accepting applications from students from the UK and the EU only.