The Masters programme provides the opportunity to advance clinical practice by developing critical evaluation skills and enhancing an evidence-based approach to practice. This can be undertaken whilst focusing on the aspects of podiatry most relevant to the individual practitioner so that they can gain a deeper understanding of issues underpinning their field of practice. The programme will be of interest to those who have a wide, general base of practice as well as appealing to those practitioners who have specialised into areas such as biomechanics, diabetes and rheumatology. The programme includes core modules and a variety of optional modules that the students may chose from in order to tailor the programme to their individual learning needs.

Study Details:

MSc Full time, Part time

Module Details:

Students will develop the skills and knowledge required to critically evaluate their own practice and engage in clinical research. Students will:

Student Destinations

The MSc programme offers full-time students the opportunity to develop and enhance specialist knowledge and skills in relation to their chosen pathway. It offers students an opportunity to pursue employment and career advancement within their chosen field.

Part-time students on the Masters programme students are normally in current employment. The programme therefore offers the opportunity of career consolidation, advancement or change.

Whoever you are, whatever your background, we want to help you make the most of your time at UEL and ensure that your course will help lead you to where you want to go. UEL’s dedicated Employability and Enterprise Team (EET) is on hand to support you throughout your studies and beyond. Not only should your course help lead you to the job you want, but also the skills and experience you gain along the way can prove invaluable both in starting and developing your career.


UK/EU: Full-time 2015/16: £8,000 Part-time 2015/16: £1,333 per 30 credit module; International Students: Full-time 2015/16: £11,700 Part-time 2015/16: £1,950 per 30 credit module

Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:2 with honours Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) from the UK, taught in English in Podiatry.

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