Health Professions: Part-time

If you are unable to commit to full-time study a part-time course is an ideal way to improve your career prospects and learn new skills.

  1. Advancing Nursing Practice Degree | MSc Advancing Nursing Practice

    Are you ready to develop your career in nursing? Find out more about our flexible postgraduate degree programme in Advancing Nursing Practice. Start September.

  2. Clinical Pharmacy Course | MSc Clinical Pharmacy Practice

    Our Clinical Pharmacy Practice course will provide the opportunity for pharmacists to develop professional competence as clinical practitioners involved in making decisions about drug therapy for individual patients.

  3. PgCert Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery)

    This course aims to equip nurses and midwives, in a teaching role, with contemporary knowledge to enhance the quality of the learning experience for nursing and midwifery students.

  4. Radiographic Studies DipHE

    Developed to enable qualified Radiography Assistant Practitioners to further develop their knowledge, skills and ultimately their career.

Fact

  • Pharmacy education at Robert Gordon University has been hailed joint best in the UK in an official government ranking.

    Ninety-nine per cent of students of the Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) course have said they are satisfied with its quality. This places the Scottish university joint highest with Queen’s University, Belfast and ahead of 27 other UK pharmacy courses.

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  • "Links with leading local, national and international employers are manifest and strong."  The Sunday Times University Guide 2013

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  1. 28, June, 2016 Ready to apply to adult or mental health nursing commencing September 2016?

    Adult Nursing Students

    If you already have the academic requirement to study adult or mental health nursing it is not too late to apply for this year.  

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