The BSc Paramedic Practice allows paramedics to explore their practice in an academic setting. It aims to widen your understanding of clinical care, to engage with and critique the research that drives practice and allow you to study with a group of your peers.

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The BSc Paramedic Practice and DipHE Paramedic Practice is designed for qualified paramedics only. It is available for both paramedics with a DipHE or FdSc looking to top-up to a BSc or by paramedics without any formal higher education award.

The course is delivered by a large team of paramedics and other health care professional lecturing staff and forms an ideal base to enhance skills, knowledge and career prospects. The course design allows for you to choose modules to suit your career needs whether you are interested in eventually specialising in primary or critical care or interested in the broad range of patients contacted in paramedic practice.

The course is awarded by St George's, University of London and delivered by the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education.

  •  Hospital based campus with specialist paramedic simulation and teaching facilities

  • Large team of experienced paramedic education staff with multidisciplinary members

  • A range of different modules to meet your needs, including primary care and critical care

  • Some modules use a blended learning approach to suit staff working full time, allowing you to learn from home where appropriate 

  • Flexible module selection designed to suit working staff

Tuition fees

2020/21 Entry UK/EU: Information on application

This course is taught in partnership with Kingston University. You'll benefit from a large, multifaculty experience combined with the health science expertise offered by St George’s, University of London.

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Last Updated: Monday, 23 July 2018 11:52