The School of Health Sciences offers undergraduate degree courses in nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, and sport rehabilitation.
- Develop the knowledge, skills and experience needed to succeed in your healthcare career
- Be part of an award-winning school that has a reputation for teaching and research excellence
- Interprofessional learning opportunities with students across the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Our nursing courses are designed to give you the skills and knowledge needed for a modern nursing career, while providing clinical experience in a supportive environment. We offer four fields, Adult, Child and Mental Health. We also offer Learning Disability nursing as a field on our Graduate Entry Nursing course.
Our Midwifery course offers a three-year pre-registration degree designed for those who wish to become a registered midwife, providing excellence in care to women and their families.
Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation
Our Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation course offers degree programmes which aim to prepare students in all aspects of practice fundamental to the needs of a newly qualified physiotherapist or graduate sport rehabilitator.
Health Promotion and Public Health (launching 2023)
This course provides enhanced knowledge of health improvement and health protection provision, policy, strategies, and initiatives to be equipped for roles in multiple organisations, including the NHS and other health services, community outreach, professional associations, and in local, national and international contexts.
Health Sciences with Foundation Year
A one-year course for talented applicants who don't meet the entry requirements for direct entry onto a healthcare degree course. This course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to start your BSc with confidence.
97.9 % of undergraduates from the school secured graduate level employment or further study within 15 months of graduation*
*HESA Graduate Outcomes 2020. The Graduate Outcomes % is derived using The Guardian University Guide methodology.
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