Paramedic Practice

EH742 Ambulance021The Paramedic Education Team at Edge Hill University is based at St James’, our Manchester city centre site.

The Team offers two paramedic programmes:

The BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice programme is for those who want to train to become a qualified paramedic.

The BSc Clinical and Professional Paramedic Practice is a CPD programme for qualified paramedics currently working in the paramedic field who would like to top-up their academic qualifications to degree level.

Qualified paramedics who would like to gain a postgraduate qualification may be interested in our MSc Advanced Practice.

Why Study at Edge Hill University?

Edge Hill University has ranked in the top three in the North West for overall student satisfaction in every National Student Satisfaction Survey so far. Results from the National Student Survey 2013 show Edge Hill University students to be the most satisfied in the region. Based on the average of the responses to all 23 questions in the survey for 2013, the University is ranked top in the North West.

The Faculty of Health and Social Care has been commended by the Quality Assurance Agency for the quality of teaching and learning, student progression and learning resources.

The University is also top in the North West for Teaching Excellence in the Sunday Times University Guide 2012 and to add to a third shortlisting for the Times Higher University of the Year, we have been rated top six in the UK for Courses and Lecturers on by our students reviewing their experiences.

The Edge Hill University experience is designed to prepare all students for their future careers. We have an excellent track record in graduate employment and Edge Hill is the top performing University in the North-West region for employability, with 93.4% of graduates in work or further study six months after graduating. (Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), Performance Indicators 2011-12.)


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