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The Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine
19 September 2023
MSc/PgDip Sleep Medicine, University of Oxford (2-year online programme)
FLEXIBLE PART-TIME ONLINE STUDY
The Oxford Online Programme in Sleep Medicine leads to a Post-graduate Diploma (PGDip) Sleep Medicine or Masters (MSc) Sleep Medicine. It is hosted by the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi), in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. The SCNi brings together world leading expertise in basic and human sleep and circadian research, and in the evaluation and management of sleep disorders.
The MSc/PgDip Sleep Medicine is a part-time course, completed over two years. During that time, you will complete eight modules, providing a comprehensive overview of Sleep Medicine that is in line with the European Sleep Research Society’s Catalogue of Knowledge and Skills.
The course starts in September 19th 2023, online only, with attendance at our residential school from September 1st to 6th 2024.
Read the OOPSM course summary 2023 brochure for more course details.
The Student Body
This post-graduate course has so far enrolled 150 students across 35 countries worldwide, and representing more than 24 disciplines and professions. Our course has attracted physicians and healthcare professionals, including respiratory physicians, neurologists, psychiatrists, paediatricians, geriatricians, GPs, specialists who are focused on ‘behavioural sleep medicine’ (e.g. clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists), clinical neurophysiologists as well as applied sleep scientists, sleep technologists, and nurses. We have also enrolled students who are relatively early in their careers, recently graduating from undergraduate education.
Students interact with each other during the weekly online discussion groups, lead and moderated by core teaching staff. While the course is almost entirely online, our students build collegiate working relationships and networks, forging bonds that transcend global boundaries.