You'll get the knowledge and skills you’ll need to make your mark as a health professional. Working with colleagues across disciplines, you’ll build your confidence before going into practice with our partners across a variety of settings in the health and social care sector.See our courses
95% of graduates in work or further study six months after graduation according to the HESA survey published in June 2018.
Ranked 18th in the UK for Health Professions courses in The Guardian university league tables 2019.
95% student satisfaction rate for BSc(Hons) Radiotherapy and Oncology in latest National Student Survey, published in July 2018.
Learn in diverse communities
Our established partnerships with NHS Trusts, voluntary organisations and charity partners mean you’ll have plenty of opportunity for hands-on experience.
You will gain experience in varied placements and with diverse communities across the region.
The facilities available at UWE Bristol’s Health and Social Care campus include our brand new Optometry training suite. We’ve also got the latest virtual technology in Radiotherapy, a Human Analysis Laboratory and an Imaging Suite, enabling you to hone your skills and build your confidence before taking on a placement.
“The course was excellent and helped me secure employment at Southmead Hospital almost immediately after graduating.”
Health Professions videos
Hear from our academics and students about what makes UWE Bristol a great place to study Health courses:
- Allied Health Professions at UWE Bristol
- Research into robotics in social care
- The Centre for Health and Clinical Research at UWE Bristol: an insight
- What's it like studying at Glenside Campus?
Watch our 'top tips for applying for a healthcare course' video for advice on writing a healthcare personal statement.