We have an international reputation for research and teaching in Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) and Speech and Language Science and are the largest provider of SLT courses in the UK.
As a speech and language therapist, you'll treat babies, children and adults with difficulties in talking, communication, swallowing, drinking or eating.
Career prospects are excellent, with roles in the NHS and other agencies, usually as part of a multidisciplinary team, and 95% of our BSc Speech and Language Therapy graduates are in work or further study after six months (Unistats).
How to become a speech and language therapist
Speech and language therapists support clients who struggle to communicate and work with colleagues to provide appropriate therapy for each individual.
What is aphasia?
Aphasia is a medical condition affecting the ability to understand or produce speech and is an area you might specialise in with speech and language therapy.
Why study Speech and language therapy at City?
City has a number of facilities for speech and language, including The Roberta Williams Speech and Language Therapy Centre.
The centre is renowned for its pioneering clinical research, particularly in aphasia therapy, and offers our Speech and Language Therapy students unique practice placement opportunities.
You will have access to specialist labs and equipment, such as ultrasound and laryngograph which can be used in speech pathology and research involving the tongue root.
Our Phonetics Lab includes state of the art audio-visual equipment for speech analysis.
As a student, you will have access to computing resources.
Excellent Institution library facilities, including our subject-specific librarian.
As part of the University of London, City students have access to Senate House Library.