The School of Rehabilitation Sciences offers a superb learning environment that enables students to fulfil their potential and ensures our graduates are fit for practice in the modern and ever-changing health and social care sector.
With an outstanding reputation for teaching, our students are taught by research active staff who are at the forefront of their area of expertise. Students also benefit from high staff-to-student ratios and small teaching groups, as well as professional, academic and pastoral support from personal advisors.
The School of Rehabilitation Sciences covers Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy and Human Communication Sciences. Teaching is housed in an award-winning building and facilities include a communications laboratory alongside clinical skills and assistive technology suites.
Our School scores highly in the National Student Satisfaction Survey 2013. The School also runs Masters level courses and has PhD students, as well as Continuing Professional Development courses for qualified professionals. Our research active staff team is at the forefront of new thinking and teaching methods in the fast-paced and challenging delivery of health services.