Postgraduate Certificate

The ETPH provides participants with the opportunity to study a flexible Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) in Agrifood and Healthcare subject areas.

Our Postgraduate Certificate qualifications have been developed in conjunction with the Agrifood Industry or NHS Pharmacy Services and are designed with an ethos of workplace learning.

Taught Credits Required: 60

Entry Requirements:

Candidates will usually be expected to have a first degree (minimum of second class) in a science subject. However, relevant workplace experience may be accepted as qualification for entry to this programme.

Study/Assessment Format:

Dependent on particular programme and location of study. Please refer to the individual course pages for further details.

Avg. Timescale:

Participant Testimonial:

“My PGCert has given me more career options, because I now know how the whole supply chain runs, rather than just knowing my department. It was a great experience to widen my career prospects and I would definitely recommend it.”

Motaz Hawash, Dairy Technologist, Müller Wiseman Dairies

Choose Your PGCert Course:

PG Cert in Sustainable Food Quality for Health

A part-time, flexible pathway of academic credit bearing modules delivering training that crosses traditional skill disciplines within the fields of food and agricultural science.

PG Cert in Foundation Pharmacy Practice

A workplace-based programme aligned to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Foundation Pharmacy Framework. Allows registered early career pharmacists, returning to practice pharmacists or pharmacists changing sector of practice, to develop their clinical and service-based skills aligned to the RPS Foundation Pharmacy Framework.

WHAT NEXT?

Visit our FAQ’s page for application information or to request further information.

Take a look at our other Postgraduate Programmes available.

On successful completion of a PGCert, you may wish to apply for the following programmes:

PGDip (Postgraduate Diploma)
MSc (Master of Science)

Our Postgraduate Programmes