Postgraduate Diploma

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

Our Postgraduate Diploma 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:  120

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.  Contact Us for further information.

Study/Assessment Format:

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

Avg. Timescale: 3 Years

Participant Testimonial:

“I graduated about 20 years ago, so this PGDip has been a great opportunity to catch up with current thinking because things move on so much. The pace of change within some of these areas is incredible. I would definitely recommend this opportunity to other people. I’ve certainly learned a huge amount and it is something I will continue with.”

Martin de la Harpe, Technical Controller, Finlays

Choose Your PGDip Course:

PGDip 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.

PGDIP 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.