University of East London

Course Introduction

This programme is designed to give students the opportunity to practice in the area of integrative counselling and coaching, drawing on the distinctive perspective and expertise of the staff. Students take an active role as members of a professional community, understanding application of skills and theory and pursue successful, ethical and useful careers related to working with people in one to one talking practices. After completing the certificate students can become full members of the Association of Integrative Coach'Therapist Practitioners (AICTP).

Course Modules

Modules include: Evidence'based coaching theory and practice; personal consultancy.

Course Additional Entry

Applicants should possess a degree of a recognised university or an equivalent, and minimum certificate or diploma in counselling (of course, if they have a degree in counselling, they will not need a certificate or diploma). Applicants without formal qualifications who possess substantial experience in counselling and can demonstrate ability to take academic and practical study may be considered.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees

Part Time
MSc (Postgraduate) £1,390  Single Module. First year home fees