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The Royal Marsden School

Pathways

The School offers a range of pathways at undergraduate and master's level, enabling our students to achieve a specialist qualification.
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Pathways Page

The Royal Marsden School offers a range of academic pathways at the undergraduate and master’s level, enabling health and social care practitioners to achieve a cancer specialist qualification. With pathways comprised of a wide range of optional modules, students can create a pathway specifically tailored to their interests and skills.

Our flexible master’s level pathways allow students to step off the full master’s, with exit awards offered at postgraduate certificate and postgraduate diploma level.

 

 I enjoyed every session and most importantly I took something away from each session. 

Our pathways

BSc (Hons) in Cancer Practice

Academic credit

120 credits at level 6

Length

2–5 years part-time

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MSc in Cancer Care: Advanced Practice

Academic credit

180 credits at level 7

Length

2–5 years part-time

Graduate Diploma in Cancer Practice

Academic credit

90 at level 6

Length

2–4 years part-time

Modules

The School delivers a broad range of modules available on a stand-alone basis at degree and master's level or as part of longer undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Postgraduate Diploma in Cancer Care

Academic credit

120 credits at level 7

Length

2-5 years

Postgraduate Certificate in Cancer Care

Academic credit

60 credits at level 7

Lengh

1 year part time

MSc in Cancer Care

Academic credit

180 credits at level 7

Length

3–5 years part-time

Postgraduate Diploma in Cancer Care: Advanced Practice

Academic credit

120 credits at level 7

Length

2–5 years part-time

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