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January Intake Approved for Graduate Programme in Health & Medical Sciences (HMS)
24 October 2013
The UCL Graduate Programme in Health & Medical Sciences has received approval for two entry points each year: September and January. As a result, this innovative and flexible programme can accept student applications until the end of November 2013 to start in January 2014.
HMS students take one core module - Healthcare Quality & Evidence Based Practice - beginning in January, and then choose from a library of more than 40 modules to earn academic credit towards a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or MSc in Health & Medical Sciences. Thus students can create a personal timetable which meets both their career needs and their work commitments.
The HMS programme website also offers a timetable planner and a tool which supports prospective students in reviewing and prioritising their learning needs.