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Collaborative Working (Education and Therapy)Queen Margaret University
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Location: Queen Margaret University
Study mode distance learning (part-time)
Start Date: 2021/01/13
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £1885
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If you're an education or allied health professional working with children and young people, this part-time postgraduate course can help you improve your practice, diversify your career prospects and support your continuing professional development. You can study fully or partly online to fit your learning around your current role.Research shows that when therapists, teachers and external agencies collaborate effectively the inclusion of pupils with additional needs is enhanced. On this evidence-based interdisciplinary course you will develop advanced research, planning and collaborative skills that will help you make a real difference to the lives of more children with additional needs.
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Relevant professional or practical experience is essential. Successful completion of a relevant degree or an equivalent qualification will normally be required. It is possible for candidates with alternative qualifications and appropriate relevant professional experience to be considered. International: Where your degree has not been studied in English, you will be required to provide evidence of English language competence at no less than IELTS 6.5 with no individual component score less than 6.0.
Notice: This is the default IELTS grade for Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
About this university
Around 17% of students attending the university are from outside the UK. The Recruitment and International Liaison Office is the first place for international students to contact regarding matters around their studies. They are available to provide a range of information and assistance on subjects that commonly are encountered when coming to the UK including immigration and visas, accommodation, bringing family members with them, fees, and funding issues. In addition, there is English language support for those students who donâ€™t speak the language as their first language. The student union is on hand to offer a range of advice and support for students as well as organising extra-curricular activities, volunteering opportunities and even services such as entertainment venues. One of these is Maggieâ€™s the student union bar and cafÃ© where students can meet friends, have a drink or a meal and make use of the pool tables. It is also used as a venue for special events from parties to fundraising events and much more. There are a host of sports on offer at the university ranging from traditional team sports such as basketball, football and rugby to solo sports such as badminton and tennis. There are even special Scottish sports on offers such as Camogie and Gaelic football. The societies on offer are equally diverse and range from interest groups such as the Anime Society to cultural and religion groups such as Christian Union and into the arts such as the Drama or Dance Societies. These also include volunteering and charity groups.