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Further learning at the University of Strathclyde

Graham McPheat your lead educator, is the Course Leader on the MSc in Child and Youth Care Studies by Distance Learning which is a part time course aimed at child and youth care practitioners from around the world. This course is professionally recognised by The Child & Youth Care Accreditation Board of Canada (CYCEAB). Graham also teaches on the MSc in Advanced Residential Child Care and the BA (Hons) Social Work.

If you are interested in pursuing further study with us here at the University of Strathclyde you can contact us here for further information on the Master’s programme, MSc Child and Youth Care Studies.

Normally a degree or evidence of study skills at a suitable level is required for entry to the MSc. However, non-standard educational or professional qualifications will also be considered. You’ll also require sufficient access to child care settings through which you can evidence programme and practice requirements. This will involve you working or volunteering in a child care setting either part or full-time throughout the duration of the programme. You will be entitled to a 10% discount on the MSc with a certificate gained from the completion of this Caring for Vulnerable Children course.

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