Glasgow Caledonian University Occupational Therapy MSc
This accredited programme enables graduates of any discipline the opportunity to obtain an occupational therapy degree at Masters level. It is approved by The Health and Care Professions Council and is accredited by the College of Occupational Therapists and the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
On successful completion of the programme, graduates are eligible to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (the UK regulatory body) as an Occupational Therapist.
Graduates can obtain employment in a diverse range of areas, having the opportunity to work with disadvantaged and marginalised groups within hospital and community settings, charitable organisations and private practice.
International applications only
The 17/18 intake is now only accepting applications from international students. Students from Scotland, England, Wales, N. Ireland and the wider EU can apply to start in January 2019.
Tuition fees need to be paid to the university however some students are eligible for tuition fee support. The fees and financial support that are relevant to you depend on where you lived before coming to university. A guide to fees at GCU.
Each application to GCU is considered on an individual basis. If you do not have the typical academic entry qualifications, but can demonstrate relevant work experience and/or credits from recognised professional bodies, you may be eligible to enter this course via the University’s Recognition of Prior Learning scheme.
Applicants with a UK Honours degree of less than upper second class standing in health, behavioural, or social sciences OR a degree of less than upper second class standing in an unrelated subject without relevant pre-professional experience may be able to undertake the online Negotiated Learning Module to secure entry.
Download the Programme Specification for a detailed breakdown of its structure, what you will learn and other useful information.
Download course content here. (PDF document)