We are a passionate and vibrant community of staff and students with a shared desire to improve lives in an ever-changing health environment.
We provide a stimulating and supportive learning environment, covering an extensive portfolio of accredited courses from undergraduate, postgraduate, apprenticeships and continuing professional development, spanning nursing, midwifery, operating department practice, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and paramedic science. We are 14th in the Complete University Guide University League Table 2019, whilst our Physiotherapy provision is ranked 4th in the UK, and our Nursing and midwifery provision is 5th in the Complete University Guide Subject Tables 2019.
Our high quality innovative teaching is supported by our close working relationships with our clinical partners and placement providers ensuring learning is current, stimulating and enables students to learn in health care settings with the latest technologies.
Students will benefit from hands on multi-sensory simulation exercises in our immersive classroom, discover how to operate mobility aids and therapy equipment in our Norwich Electronic Assistive Technology Centre – our unique interactive ‘domestic bungalow’ dedicated to assistive technology.
Our courses are informed by our world-class research which is focused on addressing the global health challenges of the 21st century. The UK 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) rated 91% of our research in Nursing and Allied Health professions as internationally excellent or world leading.
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences MSc Open Day – 14 September
Do you already have a degree and want to use that as a stepping stone into a Master's in Adult Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or Physician Associate Studies? Are you someone who wants to make a difference to someone’s life? Someone who would find a career in Health and the NHS – (the UK’s largest employer) - challenging and exciting with many opportunities for career progression? If you answered yes to these questions, a Master's in any one of these programmes could be for you. Join us for our Medicine and Health Sciences PGT Open Day on 14 September 2019.
For further information about these courses, contact Louise Stearman.