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Part time Masters in Optometric Medicine 2020 in Europe

A master is a graduate degree that is meant to be completed after finishing a bachelor. Although they may take between one and three years of study, most master's programs may be completed in about two years.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

Master Degree Part time in Optometric Medicine in Europe

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Clinical Ophthalmology (ChM - Online Learning)

The University of Edinburgh - College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
Online Part-time 2 - 4 years September 2020 United Kingdom Edinburgh

The ChM is designed to support advanced ophthalmology trainees in the UK and internationally through a curriculum which recognizes their subspecialist ophthalmic interests in preparation for exit examination and hospital-based practice.

Master's in Optometry (Clinical)

University of Latvia
Campus Full-time Part-time 24 - 30 months September 2020 Latvia Riga + 1 more

The professional Master's programme Optometry (Clinical) offers multidisciplinary studies based on visual science and contemporary primary vision care.

Master's degree in Health Care, Clinical Optometry (MOptom)

Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK)
Online & Campus Combined Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years August 2020 Finland Oulu + 1 more

This education provides biomedical and specialized ocular sciences at the advanced level to formulate a differential diagnosis and to make evidence-based management plans independently for prescribing treatments to manage ocular diseases. In addition, you will learn to recognize ocular signs of systemic diseases that can be used as information for treating patients' general health, or that may lead to the previous detection of unidentified systemic health disorders. A multidisciplinary approach to manage patients who require treatment for their chronic and/or acute conditions and the need for appropriate referrals will also be taught.