Enrolment for all new PG Diploma & Masters students for the 2014/15 academic year will take place on-line – access to the enrolment process is via this Cardiff University web page.
Once you have accepted your offer, the University's Academic Registry will contact you with details on how to enrol on-line. You will be able to access the on-line enrolment facility approximately 5 weeks before your degree course begins in late September, therefore the Academic Registry will be contacting you towards the end of August.Following enrolment you will be prompted to select your modules and confirm your programme of study. This is also an on-line task. Please note that you should select all of the compulsory modules.
There will be an Induction day for new International Students which will be taking place on Wednesday, 17th September 2014. All new students to the course will have their introduction on the first day of the module on Wednesday 24th September. The course timetable will be made available prior to the course start date.
Continuing Postgraduate students only need to complete online enrolment. There will be no requirement to attend any enrolment event in the School.
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For more information on the Paediatric Simulation Programme please visit: the website below.
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Trainees can reserve a place on the course using the following link and the booking system.
The Wales Deanery's Medical Education Unit is offering the following one day courses on:
Assessing Trainees in Clinical Settings
The Wales Deanery is no longer signposting Skills for Trainees courses delivered by external providers. The courses provided internally will still be available. Please see details below;
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This 2 day training course uses MCQs, clinical cases and VIVAs to prepare higher surgical trainees for their exit exams. The emphasis is very much placed on simulating exam conditions in a formative environment.