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Top of national league table

The Faculty is ranked at the top of national league table for education, midwifery, nursing, social work and health courses in London. See the Guardian League Table 2015 to find out more...

Radiography courses now available for international students.

Apply now for our international pathways in Medical Imaging and Oncology Practice.

98% of our degree students have gained graduate level employment

Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency 2010

Faculty retains top spots in latest NHS Health Education performance ratings

Top marks from the NHS for the high quality of training it provides for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

Postgraduate Courses

MRes Clinical Practice , MSc Healthcare Practice, MSc Rehabilitation and MSc Applied Exercise for Health
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Experienced actor taking on the challenge of playing mental health client

Mental Health nursing students apply their skills in a simulated ‘real-life’ situation.

16/10/14: The award winning Mental Health Simulation Programme took an evolutionary step forward this summer when six postgraduate student nurses spent the day honing their skills in simulated homes of clients with mental health problems.

Vari Drennan

Vari Drennan shares UK elderly care experience in China

15/10/14: Vari Drennan, Professor of Health Care & Policy Research, was an invited keynote speaker at an International Nursing Conference on the theories and practice of health promotion and long term care for the elderly at Zhengzhou University.

Centre for Public Engagement’s inaugural conference

Centre for Public Engagement’s inaugural conference is a success

14/10/14: The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education’s Centre for Public Engagement held a successful inaugural conference on ‘Patient and Public Involvement in Higher Education: What does it look like?’ 

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