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We provide you with state-of-the-art facilities and courses that are run in collaboration with partners in health and social services. You will experience practice-based learning with placements in local hospitals and community settings.

We offer a friendly and supportive learning environment, enabling you to develop within your area of professional expertise. Our strong links with healthcare providers means the courses are contemporary and relevant to local healthcare needs. We take a flexible, work-based approach to teaching and learning which encourages reflective practice, and is informed by research.

The courses we offer are designed to enable you to extend your specialist knowledge and develop your practice so that you can provide optimum care to users of health services. You will have access to an expert course team who will support you in achieving your potential by facilitating a scholarly and evidenced-based approach to healthcare practice.

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New funding available

The government recently announced that additional funding support will be made available to all new and current pre-registration students on nursing, midwifery and some allied health professional courses including paramedic courses from September 2020.

This means all eligible students will receive at least £5,000. Some will receive additional payments of up to £3,000. This covers students in regions or specialisms struggling to recruit and those who need help to cover childcare costs. Find out more here.


Specialist Skills Lab

Social Learning Space

Campus Library