Timetable for 2018 intake
September 1, 2018: Program Begins
February 2019: Written examination
Spring 2019: Graduation in Lausanne (optional)
Timetable for 2019 intake (March)
March 1, 2019: Program Begins
October 2019: Written examination
Autumn 2019: Graduation in Lausanne (optional)
Timetable for 2019 intake (September)
September 1, 2019: Program Begins
February 2020: Written examination
Spring 2020: Graduation in Lausanne (optional)
The tuition fee for the program is GBP £1500, which includes all course materials. VAT is applicable for all UK based students.
Tuition fees will be payable upon registration and prior to the commencement date of the program, and cover the following:
- Tuition and supervision for all modules, together with supporting documentation and reading materials
- All costs relating to the marking of assignments and examinations (excluding resits and assignment repeat fees)
- Issue of an original academic transcript and award certificate
Note that travel to Lausanne for the graduation ceremony is not covered by the Program Fees, and is optional to attend.
Requirements for acceptance
English language proficiency is required.
Students must hold a relevant undergraduate degree in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, sports science, or an allied health science. They must be eligible to practice in their profession, and, where appropriate, registered with their national healthcare regulatory agency. Individuals able to demonstrate professional experience of working in the anti-doping environment may also be considered for admission.