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Contact details Occupational Health Services South Campus – All students other than Nursing/ Social Work Waterloo Place 182-184 Oxford Road Manchester M13 9GP Tel: +44 (0)161 275 2858 North Campus – Nursing/ Social Work students B22 The Mill Sackville Street Manchester M13 9PL Tel: +44 (0)161 306 5806 Disability Support Office Tel: +44 (0)161 275 7512/8518 Minicom: +44 (0)161 275 2794 Website: www.manchester.ac.uk/disability Academic Schools www.manchester.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)161 275 2000 (switch board)
Audiology (4yrs) [BSc] Dentistry BDS (5 years); Dentistry with a Foundation Year BDS (6 years) Medicine MBChB (5 years); Medicine with a Foundation Year MBChB (6 years) Midwifery BMidwif (3 years) Nursing courses: Adult Nursing BNurs (3yrs); Children’s Nursing BNurs (3 years); Mental Health Nursing BNurs (3 years) Optometry BSc (3 years) Oral Health Sciences BSc (3yrs) Pharmacy MPharm (4 years); Pharmacy with a Foundation Year MPharm (5 years) Speech and Language Therapy BSc (4yrs)
Please note: In addition to the taught courses or research programmes listed below, medical fitness assessment may be required where research projects or taught modules within programme involve certain types of laboratory work or have a significant clinical component.
School of Education:
PGCE Primary; PGCE secondary Business Education; PGCE Secondary Design Technology;
PGCE Secondary English; PGCE Secondary Mathematics; PGCE Secondary Modern Languages (French/German/Spanish), PGCE Secondary Science (Biology/Chemistry/Physics)
School of Dentistry:
Postgraduate Thought: MSc Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; MSc Endodontics; MSc Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics; MSc Orthodontics; MSc Periodontology; MSc Implantology Clinical Dental Science (4 year Clinical PhD): Endodontics; Fixed & Removable;
Prosthodontics; Periodontology; Oral Surgery; Implantology; Dental Public Health;
Paediatric Dentistry Postgraduate Research: All research programmes
School of Medicine:
Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research:
A medical fitness assessment may be required where research projects or taught modules within programme involve certain types of laboratory work or have a significant clinical component. This Please contact the academic School for further information. For the majority of PGR we do this at registration and make adjustments to the project as appropriate if there are problems.
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work:
MA Social Work
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences:
Clinical and Health Services Pharmacy MSc/PgDip (medical fitness assessment is conducted by the employer. The University will carry out the assessment where the pharmacist is a community locum).