As you prepare to embark on further educational and professional development, you may well be unsure as to what is the best course to undertake.
This information has been designed to help you to make that decision. For further details, a module planner and course catalogue are available to give you details of individual modules (though new ones may well be under development) and where to seek help and advice.
Level 6 Modules
Please note that you need to comply with local procedures to get approval for study leave and funding prior to completing your online application.
Level 7 Modules
Please apply online for Level 7 modules at http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply
Before you start
You will need to obtain a login for the online application form. This is separate to your UEA login. You will need to click on the ‘Create Account' button on the application form website. Each new application requires a new account and password.
Please read the CPD Online Application Form Guidance Notes (PDF) first, these will save you time as not all sections of the form need to be completed for CPD applicants.
If you require assistance with your application then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1603 597199.
Please use your line manager as your referee. You will need to know their email address. Make sure you have their correct details to avoid delays in processing your application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Once you have started learning with us you will have an Academic Adviser for the duration of your course. Your Adviser is the person you should consult in the first instance about your academic work. Advisers can advise you about the units taught at the School of Nursing and Midwifery. They will also be able to direct you to the appropriate office in another School if you wish to take units elsewhere.
New students are required to arrange a meeting with their Academic Advisor within one month of registration on their first unit of study and to agree their chosen award pathway. Midwifery students should consult with the Course Director for the Midwifery Practice Programme.
There are Senior Advisers in the School who have responsibility for the smooth running of the advising system in the School and to whom you may turn for advice in an emergency, if you have been unable to contact your personal Academic Adviser.
For general application enquiries please email email@example.com
BSc (Hons) Acute, Critical and Emergency Practice
Tel: 01603 597051