PG Cert in Global & Remote Healthcare

WMT is very pleased to announce an innovative partnership with Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry (PU PSMD) to enable Chamonix summer Expedition Medicine & Field Skills and winter Expedition Medicine course alumni to credit their WMT training towards a PG Cert. The cost of your WMT course is deducted from the university’s PG cert fee resulting in a ‘top-up’ fee of £895.00 (June ’17). Long-standing WMT Senior Instructor Dr Lucy Obolensky is also the university’s MSc programme lead so this is a natural partnership for WMT to pursue on behalf of alumni.
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Here is the official process issued by PU PSMD
Completion of either WMT course enables individuals to apply to ‘top up’ to gain 30 M-level credits towards the Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) in Global and Remote Healthcare, in lieu of attending the Remote Practitioner module of our PG Cert.

To gain these credits, you will need to apply for ‘APL credits’ by the stated deadline, attend an induction and complete the assignment for the Remote Practitioner module, for which you will receive support from our tutors, within a defined time-frame.
 
Acceptance onto the MSc in Global and Remote Healthcare (which enables you to choose whether you want to progress to the full Masters, or ‘step off’ after the PG Cert) is subject to successful application, in line with standard PU PSMD process.

Enquiries and expressions of interest should be made to
psmd-pgtadmissions@plymouth.ac.uk. Visit the MSc webpage