At the School of Medical Education we are committed to the promotion of education as a practical skill and as an academic discipline. Our accredited programmes are designed for health care professionals, and enable participants to: -
Our overarching aim is to contribute to the development of health care educators, and ultimately through that contribute to patient care.
Please review information about the programmes by selecting one of the blue buttons, 'More Information', below. It is here that you will find out more about the programmes on offer as well as information about specific modules and how to apply and register. Across the top of the page, next to 'Home', there is an area called 'Contact' which will give you access to the contact details of people who can help with any further queries.
In addition to our well-established programmes in Medical Education for UK-based clinical educators, we also offer a programme of Medical Education modules to medical educators in our medical school in Malaysia, and an e-learning version of our programmes. Due to COVID 19, in academic year 2020-21 we are just running the e-learning programme - the UK on-campus programme will be suspended for a year. If you wish to do the UK on-campus progamme, you can apply to study it in academic year 2021-22 when it will be back up and running.
Masters: 12 months
PGCert (UK on-campus): 12 months (not running in academic year 2020-21 - we are taking applications for 2021-22)
PGDip (UK on-campus): PGCert plus 12-24 months (not running in academic year 2020-21 - we are taking applications for 2021-22)
Masters (UK on-campus): PGDip plus 12-24 months (not running in academic year 2020-21 - we are taking applications for 2021-22)
PGCert (E-Learning): 12 months
PGDip (E-Learning): PGCert plus 12 months
Masters (E-Learning): PGDip plus 12-24 months
Accredited Staff Development in Medical Education at NUMed Malaysia Due to COVID 19, in academic year 2020-21 the NUMed programme will not be running - you are welcome to apply for our e-learning programme instead, or apply for the NUMed programme for academic year 2021-22 when it will be back up and running.
The Equality Challenge Unit (ECU)’s Athena SWAN Charter (https://www.ecu.ac.uk/equality-charters/athena-swan/) was established in 2005 to encourage and recognise commitment to advancing the careers of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) employment in higher education and research. The Faculty of Medical Sciences has a Silver Athena Swan award.
We use this section of the website to celebrate the successes of all our students, both male and female.
Please see information on student successes in the 2019/20 academic year here.