The University of Southampton
Health Sciences

Undergraduate and pre-registration study

Lead a new world

At Health Sciences our career-ready graduates are equipped to rise to the top of their profession, lead advances in clinical practice and shape healthcare of the future. We back your ambitions and prepare you to take on current, new and innovative roles in this fast-changing, dynamic global sector.

Want to become a confident and caring, career-ready healthcare professional?

Whether your interest is nursing, midwifery, clinical physiology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy or podiatry, at Southampton you’ll learn from outstanding academics and practitioners.

Take a moment to explore our courses and consider whether you have what it takes to become a healthcare student with us.

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Health Sciences Undergraduate subject brochure

Health Sciences subject brochure

For information on entry requirements and detailed course descriptions, view or order a Health Sciences undergraduate subject brochure.

Register for 2018 Open Day updates

Register for 2018 Open Day updates

Every year we run a series of Open Days. Come and see us on campus to learn about our courses from Nursing, Midwifery and Cardiac Physiology to Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Occupational Therapy.

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Practice placements represent an essential part of any clinical, or non clinical healthcare degree.

Already hold a degree?

Already hold a degree?

Our expanding range of taught masters programmes will develop your clinical knowledge and wider professional skills.

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