- 3 years part time, maximum 6 years
- £11,800 GBP (total tuition fee)
£1,311 GBP (price per program)
- 7 programs
- Start dates
- 11 Jan 2021 (apply by 15 Dec 2020)
What do I need to apply?
A 2:1 Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject. If you are unsure whether your degree is suitable, you can contact The University of Glasgow to discuss.
Previous work experience: Applications from candidates with relevant and substantial professional and/or industry experience are welcomed even if they do not necessarily hold a relevant qualification.
If your first language is not English, you must have a valid IELTS score of 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in any band or an equivalent English language qualification. Please contact The University of Glasgow to discuss your credentials and English language requirements.
This degree is comprised of six core 20 credit programmes and a final 60 credit dissertation programme.
The Masters will take three years in the first instance to complete with a maximum of six years being allowed.
This MSc has PGCertificate and PGDiploma exit points available. The maximum duration of the PGCertificate and PGDiploma is four years for completion.
The programme is extremely well fitted to the needs of people already engaged in some way in matters relating to death, dying, bereavement, palliative care, and end of life care – as well as those who seek to move into these fields. We envisage a rich online learning community on the degree, made up not only of practitioners, but also social activists, those working in artistic and cultural media, as well as people pursuing their own personal development on a matter of pressing human interest.
Graduates are likely to find employment in:
Non-government organisations concerned with end of life care policy, service design and management
International health organisations, particularly those with a focus on ageing and end of life care
Government agencies and departments that take responsibility for end of life care strategies and provision
Creative industries that focus on matters of death and dying in film, literature, public engagement, exhibitions and installations
Emerging new professional groups – such as Death Doulas and other end of life practitioners
£11,800 (£1311 per 20 credit program)
Incremental payment schedule available
Try a free taster course
Enrol on End of Life Care: Challenges and Innovation to get an introduction to the subject and studying with the University of Glasgow.
*Degree title and courses subject to final approval
Programme alteration or discontinuation: The University of Glasgow endeavours to run all programmes as advertised. In exceptional circumstances, however, the University may withdraw or alter a programme. For more information, please see: Student Contract.
Programs on this degree
|Assisted Dying: Rhetorics and Reality|
|Compassionate Communities: Promises, Practices and Pitfalls|
|Cultural Representations of Death and Dying|
|Global Challenges and Dilemmas in End of Life Care|
|The Continuum of Ageing and Dying|
|Theory, Methods, and Ethics in End of Life Research|