As an optometrist you'll examine patients' eyes, advise on visual problems and prescribe and fit glasses or contact lenses when needed. We’ll train you to recognise eye diseases, like glaucoma and cataract, as well as general health conditions such as diabetes.

Our teaching is informed by world-leading research, and our courses are accredited by appropriate professional bodies, including the General Optical Council (GOC) and College of Optometrists.

Dr. Michelle Hennelly introduces our unique course accredited by The College of Optometrists and General Optical Council. The MSc is at the forefront of continuing ophthalmic education in and has an international reputation for teaching quality.

Career perspectives

There is a high demand for optometrists, and 100% of our BSc Optometry graduates are in employment or further training after six months (DLHE).