Compton Care Bursaries: Supporting your Professional Development

Lecturer practitioner Andrew Bagnall conducts a study day


Students could receive support with the cost of studying Certificate or Masters level qualifications in Palliative Care or Lymphoedema with the help of a Compton Care Bursary.

For over 35 years our Learning and Development team have been committed to delivering high quality teaching and learning to healthcare professionals who wish to expand their knowledge and understanding in palliative care or lymphoedema.

To celebrate our recently renewed partnership with the University of Wolverhampton, we are delighted to announce the introduction of Compton Care Bursaries for students wishing to study at Certificate or Masters Level with us.

Our programmes in Palliative Care and Lymphoedema are fully accredited by the University of Wolverhampton and are delivered using a variety of innovative teaching methods, including face to face sessions and e-learning. Our dedicated and highly knowledgeable teaching team will support you throughout your studies, providing you with the opportunity to learn in a stimulating and interactive environment, ensuring your success all the way to graduation

A total of 8 bursaries are available to students who wish to enrol on:

These bursaries aim to support students with the cost of study, by reducing course fees.

To be eligible for a bursary, students must demonstrate a commitment to completing the entirety of their chosen award, and must also show motivation, enthusiasm and dedication towards their studies, as well as delivering the highest quality of care in the field of practice.

Bursary applicants can either self-nominate or be nominated by their line manager or organisation. To find out more information, please email, or contact the Learning and Development Team on 0300 323 0250.

Clinical Enquiries: 01902 774570, General Enquiries: 0300 323 0250.