The PGCert/Dip/Masters in Medical Education at Nottingham is open for applications for starters in September 2022. The application deadline is mid-August for postgrad taught courses.

Please join us at one of our online Open Days for prospective and current applicants to meet with members of the Medical Education course team including Dr Rakesh Patel, Dr Stevie Agius, Dr Rebecca McConnell and Dr Nicola Cooper, to learn more about the 2022-2023 PGCert/PGDip/MMedSci Medical Education programmes. Please note that attendance of the faculty will vary depending on the date of the Open Day / Offer Holder Event, however at least two members of the team will be present for all of the events.

The online one-hour events will take place on MS Teams at the following dates and times:

Wednesday 11 May, 12pm-1pm
Wednesday 15 June, 5pm-6pm
Wednesday 17 August, [time TBC]

Anyone wishing to attend should contact Emma Fox at for further details.

The event will comprise of:
• Course team introductions
• A brief overview of the course
• Faculty information
• Our research and scholarship interests
• The plan for September 2022
• General Q and A

The course can be taken full-time (e.g. OOPE), part-time, remotely or face-to-face. Typically, people take the PGCert over a year part-time, for example. The PGCert is accredited by both Advance HE and the Academy of Medical Educators, meaning people graduate with PGCert FHEA MAcadMEd on successful completion.

More information about the courses can be found here:

HEE-sponsored trainees are charged UK (not overseas) fees.

*HEE is not responsible for the accuracy or content of the information. Any queries should be raised directly with the University links above*