Where can I train to be a physician associate?
Courses teaching physician associate studies are academically challenging programmes requiring hard work, dedication, motivation, good time management skills and excellent communication skills.
You will also require compassion and empathy for the patients you are going to be working for and with.
- University of Aberdeen
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Bangor University
- University of Birmingham (PGDip) (MSc)
- University of Bradford (PGDip) (MSc)
- Brighton and Sussex Medical School
- Brunel University
- Buckinghamshire New University
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- University of Central Lancashire
- University of Chester
- University of East Anglia
- Hull York Medical School
- University of Leeds
- University of Liverpool
- University of Manchester
- Newcastle University
- Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine
- Queen Mary University of London
- University of Reading
- Sheffield Hallam University
- University of Sheffield
- St George's, University of London
- University of Surrey
- Swansea University
- Ulster University
- University of the West of England (UWE Bristol)
- University of Wolverhampton
- University of Worcester.
The programmes differ in their structure, number of contact and lecture hours, as well as the amount of self-directed learning that is expected. If you are considering applying to a programme, we advise you contact the course operator directly to ask any questions you might have.