Irish Hospice Foundation – Msc Bereavement Studies applications now open

Are you are a health, social work or mental health practitioner whose work brings you in contact with bereavement and loss? If so, the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Msc in Bereavement  Studies may be of interest to you. This part-time programme accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) has been developed to equip participants with an understanding of bereavement and loss from a theoretical and practice based perspective.  Year one comprises six core modules, completion of which will result in a Postgraduate Diploma in Bereavement Studies. Students completing a further three modules in year two,  including advanced research methods and a practical bereavement support development project will be eligible for the MSc.

Applications (which must be made online) for the September intake are currently open via the RCSI website HERE 

The deadline for completed applications is Friday May 4th.  If you are interested in applying for this course additional details and the course prospectus are available on the Irish Hospice Foundation website HERE

Msc in Bereavement studies – Application deadline

The Irish Hospice Foundation/RCSI Msc in Bereavement Studies is currently open for applications.

The Msc course addresses the impact of bereavement and loss on human development and society. It is aimed at  health, education and social care professionals whose work involves the provision of bereavement support or exposes them to a significant level of loss. More details on the course are available HERE

Applications for the Msc will CLOSE ON MAY 6TH and all applications must be completed online before this date.

To apply online click HERE