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    Sponsored and self-funded places

    NHS staff in London

    You may be eligible for a free place if you are a member of staff at a number of NHS Trusts within London. Middlesex University has an annual contract with NHS London, where places on educational courses are allocated by Trust.

    You must first contact your training department or manager to check on the availability of funded places. Your trust manager needs to nominate you for a place.

    Without a nomination, you will need to pay the fees yourself.

    Employer or other organisation sponsorship

    If your place on a CPD course is being paid for by your employer or by another funding body, you must provide an official letter from your employer or sponsoring organisation (on official paper) confirming their agreement to pay your fees AND you must clearly state this information in the section provided on your application form.

    Fees for self-funding or employer sponsored students (not applicable to staff whose places are covered by NHS London contract with Middlesex University)

    If you are are paying for yourself or your employer is sponsoring you (and your place is not covered by a contract between NHS London and Middlesex University), the fee is £58 per credit from September 2016 for all part-time CPD modules and programmes apart from the exceptions listed below. This includes students registered on individual modules and students listed on longer programmes, such as Graduate Certificate, Postgraduate Certificate or MSc. At £58 per credit, a 15 credit module will be £870 and a 30 credit module will be £1,740.

    The exceptions are (correct for September 2016 entry):

    • BSc Professional Practice in Nursing, BSc Professional Practice in Practice Nursing, BSc Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing, BSc Midwifery (top up), BSc Nursing Studies, for which the fee is £75 per credit for part-time courses, from September 2016.
    • Please note that for MSc award part-time students, the 60 credit dissertation module (and only that module) is priced at £32 per credit.
    • If you are studying MSc Mental Health Studies, MSc Midwifery Studies or MSc Nursing Studies full-time, the fee is £7,200 for UK/EU students and £12,250 for international students.
    • Fees for some social work CPD modules may differ.

    Study days

    If your are paying for your own place on a study day, please contact us for information concerning fees.

    For advice regarding any of our courses or to talk to us about how CPD could benefit you in your job and your career, please contact us.

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