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The University of Southampton
Health Sciences

Taught degrees

Health Sciences is ranked first for research impact, first for overall quality and first for research intensity*.

Our world-class academic team drive research and innovation in healthcare and are sought after to inform healthcare policy. Working within a creative educational environment these talented academics and expert practitioners will support and inspire you to advance your practice in clinical roles, rehabilitation sciences, and leadership and management.

(*Research Excellence Framework 2014; Research Fortnight 2014, Times Higher Education 2015)

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Pre-registration (UK & EU students)

Pre-registration courses are available to graduates who already hold a first degree and are looking to gain a registration with a professional healthcare body.

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Courses for international students

Explore our range of postgraduate taught courses available for international students (non-EU) and join a University community over 6,500 individuals from 135 countries.

Financial information

As a postgraduate student, you will need to pay an annual tuition fee to the University for your programme of study. The fee charges for full-time students includes the full cost of tuition, examinations, Students' Union membership and research support expenses, where applicable. To help support your studies, there are also a range of bursaries and scholarships available for our students.

Tuition fees

Discover the cost of your specific course of study and the payment options available to you. Please note: tuition fees vary between UK, EU and International students.


The Richard Newitt Bursary is available to UK students wishing to apply during or before the beginning of their postgraduate taught course.


Scholarships are available to International postgraduate taught (Masters) and postgraduate research (PhD) students, from the University and/or from external sources.

Interested in visiting?

Consider one of our Postgraduate Visit Afternoons.

Whether you're working out your options, or you’ve already applied for one of our courses, a Visit Afternoon is a great way to see us on campus and find out more about your area of interest.

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