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Rank: 77 (UKEAS)
Location: Main Site
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2021/09/01
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £13500
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Ranking and student feedback
University of Salford has opted into the TEF and received a Bronze award.
This course will you to deliver high quality, evidence-based care to empower people with diabetes to self-manage their condition. Our course is developed in collaboration with national and global experts in diabetes including specialist diabetes services, primary care diabetes services, community diabetes services, social sciences, maternal and child health services, podiatry, exercise physiology and dietetics, medical nutritionists, service users and digital health leads.
Applicants to this course should have: A Bachelor's degree with honours from a UK University, normally an upper 2nd or above degree in an appropriate subject An equivalent academic or professional qualification from the UK or elsewhere, i.e. incorporating study at least comparable to 120 credits at level 6 A Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate from a UK University.
IELTS: 6.0 (with no element below 5.5)
Notice: This score might not be totally accurate. It is the default IELTS grade for The University of Salford.
About this university
Students from around 100 countries come to Salford to study and there is plenty of application information available via the website. There is also plenty of help and advice on hand including English language courses for those to whom the language isnâ€™t native. There is advice on matters such as immigration and visas, getting a bank account, accessing health services and working between studies. There is also various clubs and societies on offer of interest to international students as well as the chance to try something new. The Students Union is based on Peel Park campus and offers representation for students, a range of advice services as well as running the sports clubs and interest societies for its members. It also operates a bar and shops on the campus. There are some 80 different sports teams and activities most of which make use of the Sports Centre and take part in the BUCS leagues as well as annual events against the neighbouring University of Manchester. there is also a Give a Sport a Go program to help people try something different and work on their health and fitness as well as fitness activities as diverse as belly dancing and circus skills! Other societies and clubs cover a range of interests from academic to arts and international as well as performing arts, political subjects and religious groups. In the volunteering area, there is the Community Actions Teams initiative that gets students involved in programs around the larger community while the Enterprise initiative helps students gain skills that will make them more attractive to employers once they finish their studies.