Some important news…

Published: July 7, 2021

Learna are delighted to announce that we have signed a partnership agreement with The University of Buckingham!

The University of Buckingham was ranked first for student satisfaction in 2018, 2019 and 2020 by the Complete University Guide.

It is a unique institution in that it is the only independent university in the UK with a Royal Charter and also one of the smallest with around 2,700 students who study for honours degrees in two intensive years of study.

The University of Buckingham has also forged academic links around the world with institutions including the Conde Nast College of Fashion & Design, the British University in Georgia and Helsinki Design School – a line-up which Learna now joins.

Our first 3 programmes with The University of Buckingham are open for applications NOW for our September 2021 intake. All three are, like all of our postgraduate programmes, entirely online, completely flexible and affordable!

Women’s Health MSc

This programme is designed for healthcare professionals who want to specialise in Women’s Health and develop both theoretical knowledge and research skills. Most women’s health problems present in primary or community care, and yet training in Women’s Health offered at undergraduate level is being reduced to allow other topics to be covered.

Our Women’s Health MSc will give you the specialist training you need to provide the best possible, evidence-based clinical management for all areas of Women’s Health problems your patients may experience.

Neurosurgery MSc

Neurosurgery is a competitive and demanding speciality, requiring a broad knowledge of anatomy, neurology and physiology, in addition to critical appraisal and research skills.

Our new Neurosurgery MSc is the only course of its kind in the UK and is an essential qualification for anyone looking to set themselves apart ahead of the competition and advance their career in the field of Neurosurgery.

Dermatology in Clinical Practice MSc

Dermatology is an increasingly popular specialism amongst medical trainees and nurses within the UK and internationally. This is particularly so in primary care where skin disease is the greatest disease prompting consultation in children and the second biggest problem amongst adults.

This programme is designed to help healthcare professionals specialise in their careers and aid the need for more dermatology professionals.

The Dermatology in Clinical Practice MSc is applicable to all GP’s, Practice Nurses, Specialist Nurses and Pharmacists exposed to patients with dermatological conditions.

Completing this MSc programme will increase your knowledge of the subject enabling you to provide improved care and significant value to your patients, especially given the social stigmas surrounding skin disease.

Should you wish to chat with one of the team about any of the courses above or our new partnership with The University of Buckingham, you can schedule a call with us.

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