School of Health Sciences
Our mission is to be at the forefront of influencing the delivery of contemporary healthcare and health policy through high quality research and education
The School of Health Sciences at City University London is a leader in the field of healthcare education and health policy due to our interdisciplinary approach and world class research.
We offer a range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate Health Science Courses and Continuing Professional Development courses in: Health Management, Policy and Research; Human Communication; Midwifery; Nursing; Optometry; Public Health; Radiography; and Speech and Language Therapy.
Combining state-of-the-art facilities and industry leading teaching and research the School of Health Sciences at City is a place where students, academics, practitioners and policy makers come to learn, share and innovate.
- Rated No. 1 in London for Nursing (Guardian University Guide 2013)
- Over 120 years experience in training health professionals - the School incorporates the former St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery
- Centrally placed in the largest concentration of hospitals in the UK, we work with over 70% of London NHS Trusts
- Ranked top London Nursing and Midwifery submission in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) and achieved second highest volume of 4* research in the country
- One of the first institutions in the world to train optometrists. The first full-time course in ophthalmic optics began at the antecedent institution to City in 1927
- Largest provider of speech and language therapy courses in the UK
- The Saad Centre for Radiography Clinical Skills Education offers radiography facilities that are unmatched in the UK
Study at the School Of Health Sciences
- Undergraduate healthcare degree courses in nursing, midwifery, speech & language therapy, human communication, radiography (diagnostic imaging), radiography (radiotherapy and oncology) and optometry.
- Top-up degrees for health and social care professionals
- Flexible continuing professional development (CPD) courses for healthcare professionals who want to extend skills and qualifications
- Postgraduate degree courses leading to postgraduate certificate, diploma and masters qualifications
- Research degrees via a range of study routes - traditional, structured, by prior publication and by prospective publication
- Courses for international students
Research at the School
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