How to apply for postgraduate taught programmes
Once you have identified a programme to study, it is important that you submit an application.
You can apply using our online application form, available from:
Your referees can also use our online ‘Referee Portal’ to submit your references.
Section 6 of the application form:
Applicants must indicate the pathway and/ or options that interest them and give details of any King’s modules that they have already studied if they wish to incorporate them in to the programme (include module name and module code, date completed, grade and credits gained).
Applicants should, in general, be working in a practice role, which involves regular patient/client contact. The School cannot arrange clinical placements. The normal entry requirement for graduate study is a good first degree (minimum second class honours or equivalent). Applicants with other backgrounds or qualifications, including those without a first degree may sometimes be considered. Those who do not meet the normal entry requirements and those with only the minimum academic standard should pay particular attention when preparing their supporting statement and CV. This might include publications, preparation of substantial reports or active participation in funded research. IELTS 6.5 or equivalent is required for international candidates whose first language is not English.
For further information on graduate study for qualified healthcare professionals and programme leaders contact details please visit our search for a course directory.
We offer the following postgraduate programmes: