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PART TWO - REGULATIONS
1 ADMISSION REGULATIONS
The programme Admission Regulations and entry requirements comply with the University’s policy, regulations and institutional code of practice on recruitment and admission, and the scheme for the admission of students with advanced standing following the accreditation of prior learning.
The admission of a student to the Masters Programme must be based on the reasonable expectation that the student will be able to fulfil the objectives of the programme for which they are applying and achieve the standard required for an award.
The admissions regulations set out below shall be subject to such policies on entry requirements as the Academic Board may from time to time determine (cf Curriculum 2000 Admissions Policy).
All applicants shall be considered having regard for the University’s equal opportunities policy and such anti-discrimination legislation as may be in force.
Candidates must have a sufficient command of the language(s) in which the Masters Programme is taught to be able to meet the requirements of the Programme in every respect.
1.1 Standard Entry Requirements
All students applying for the Masters Programme (notwithstanding the potential exit award) will submit an application form and will normally be interviewed in order to establish the relevance of the programme to the student’s learning needs, the necessary commitment to learning and where appropriate, support from the manager / employer. Interviews may be conducted in person or by telephone; telephone interviews being used predominantly when there is little question of the applicant’s suitability for the programme. A standard format will however be used for both telephone and face to face interviews in order to ensure equity of experience. All applicants will need to demonstrate their ability to study at the level applied for and this may be through previous studies. Each applicant will be considered individually with no automatic right of entry.
Selection to the programme is guided by the premise that, subject to appropriate academic and professional standing, the principal criterion for acceptance should be that the student has the ability to fulfil the objectives of the course of study for which they are admitted and is likely to benefit from the programme.
1.1.1 Entry to Year 1
Entry to the programme requires the student to be a registered medical practitioner who is practicing or has recently practiced in an area of urgent or emergency care
The programme standard for assessing command of English is that international students must meet the following:
All overseas applicants are required to hold the IELTS (language test) and achieve the Academic Standard at 7.0 or above, prior to admission onto the programme.
The academic and professional requirements for acceptance onto single units within the programme are that the student must:
1.1.2 Entry to Subsequent Years
1.1.3 Entry to Combined Honours Subjects
1.1.4 Admission Arrangements with Foundation Degrees
1.2 Admission with Exemption
The nature of the Masters programme is such that few applicants will be exempt from parts of the curriculum. In exceptional cases, however, where students have previously completed part of a unit or award directly related to this programme either at MMU or elsewhere, they may be exempt from attendance at the discretion of the board of examiners, but will need to complete to appropriate assessment. No exemption is permitted in respect of Phase 2 of the programme.
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