The School of Health Sciences and Social Care conducts research and teaching in five major subject areas. Our subject areas pursue excellence in both teaching and research and we believe that by linking the two we can provide the best education and experience for our students.
Biosciences is an expanding and forward-looking division within the School. We pursue excellence in both teaching and research, and believe that by linking the two we can provide the best education and experience for our students. Find out more about our current research and teaching activities …
The Division of Occupational Therapy at Brunel University is one of the largest and longest established in the UK. It combines excellence in teaching and a developing research profile which combined provides quality education for our students. Find out more about the range of teaching and research activities …
The Physiotherapy Division of the School of Health Sciences and Social Care offers BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and MSc Neurorehabilitation programmes (both these programmes have a full and part time route) and we are delighted to announce that we have approvals in principle to run a pre-reg Masters in Physiotherapy commencing September 2013.. Find out more …
The Social Work Division offers pre-registration programmes at undergraduate and Masters degree level, as well as post-qualifying programmes. More recently our provision has expanded to include programmes in Youth & Community and Human Geography. Find out more about the range of teaching and research activities …
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