School of Health Sciences
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Postgraduate Study

The School of Health Sciences provides a diverse range of postgraduate taught courses and research degrees designed to fit flexibly around your career, meet the demands of modern healthcare and help you achieve your career ambitions.

The school has an impressive track record for teaching, research and practice development and we are consistently ranked in the top 10 of subject league tables.

Key achievements

86% of our research was ranked as internationally excellent or world leading by the Research Excellence Framework, with Times Higher Education ranking us joint 6th in the UK for research impact. 

Research Fortnight also ranked the University as 5th in the UK for research power in allied health professions, dentistry, nursing and pharmacy.

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Nurse Education Provider of the Year 2016

We were awarded Nurse Education Provider of the Year (post-registration) 2016 by the Student Nursing Times Awards. Watch the video.

 
 

Why study with us at postgraduate level?

Healthcare in the UK is changing rapidly. Policy reviews, technological innovations and new health demands from a diverse and ageing population are placing unique requirements on healthcare professionals at all levels. To meet these challenges professionals must learn new skills, develop their understanding and embrace new practices.

Investing in postgraduate study with a world-leading university provides you with the perfect opportunity to do just that, while increasing your career opportunities and helping you deliver the best possible care.

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The school offers a variety of full-time or part-time masters and doctoral programmes for health and social care professionals, with a focus on either advanced clinical practice or research. Staff and students are engaged with the latest developments in health services practice and research both nationally and internationally. 

Most recently, the school has achieved national and international recognition in the areas of:

  • user involvement
  • technology in healthcare education
  • end-of-life studies
  • mental health nursing

For those learning in practice, you can expect to work in acute and community settings within local NHS Health Care Trusts and across the voluntary and social service sectors.  

 
 

School of Health Sciences

B Floor, South Block Link
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 823 0850
email: shs-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk