The MSc Advanced Dementia Studies is a three-year, part-time, distance learning programme designed to equip existing health and social care practitioners with the knowledge and skills required to become leaders, and to influence evidence-based changes within their field of dementia care practice.
You can study online from anywhere in the world, as our flexible approach allows you to combine study with work and home life. The course encourages collaborative learning enabling students to learn from and with students from around the world.
Our modules are underpinned by cutting-edge research and delivered by academics who are actively involved in dementia research and/or practice development. They are also supported by ‘Experts by Experience’ who assist with in the development and evaluation of the programme.
Professor Murna Downs explains why you should apply for a MSc in Advanced Dementia studies at the Centre for Applied Dementia Studies:
What some of our current students have been saying about the MSc:
“An absolute pleasure, I thoroughly enjoyed this semester”
“Overall, I found the feedback absolutely brilliant in guiding me forward in identifying areas of both strength and weakness, of my work”
“Good peer support from students”
The application deadline for a September start is August 9th 2019. If you miss this deadline you can always apply for next year! To find out more about this programme, full entry requirements, and to apply online, visit the University of Bradford programme listing