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Taught degrees

In Medicine we offer opportunities for postgraduate masters level (HE7) study. We have strong links with the NHS, both in teaching hospitals and the local community, Public Health England and public health leads in Local Authorities in the South East. Our postgraduate programmes are taught mainly at Southampton General Hospital.

All the programmes we offer can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis to suit your individual needs.  Entry is to the Master of Science but, if you do not wish to complete a full MSc, you can exit the programme with an award of Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma.

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MSc Allergy

MSc Allergy

A detailed programme of study in allergic disease for clinical practitioners.

Key facts

Taught degree programmes are available in Allergy, Public Health (with pathways in Nutrition, Intelligence and Global Health), Diabetes Best Practice and Genomic Medicine.

Entry to our taught degrees is to the Master of Science but you can choose to leave with a qualification of Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma.

Further postgraduate programmes are offered by the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Please see the full list of all the modules offered by our faculty.

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“Southampton was chosen because it offered a postgraduate specialist qualification in Allergy and had an excellent reputation. Gaining this qualification gives credibility to my work as an independent allergy nurse specialist.”

Janette Bartle - MSc Allergy

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