School of Health
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School of Health

Training tomorrow's professionals

Partnered with providers: The Faculty has a strong focus on the training of health and education professionals and we're growing our life sciences portfolio. Find out more on our School websites.

School of Education and Social Work

A leading provider of education and teacher training

The School of Education and Social Work has a long and established history when it comes to delivering initial teacher training (ITT), education, childhood and youth courses in Birmingham. We offer high quality courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate degree level that are tailored to meet the needs of the professions.

School of Education and Social Work

School of Health Sciences

Qualifications that lead to professional registration

We are one of the largest and most diverse providers of health and social care education in the country and our departments comprise of Operating Department Practice and Paramedics, Public and Community Health, Radiography, and Speech and Language Therapy.

School of Health Sciences

Defence School of Healthcare Education

Meeting the specific needs of the Defence Medical Services

The Defence School of Healthcare Education, Department of Healthcare Education (formerly the Defence School of Health Care Studies and the Defence School of Postgraduate Medical Studies) is the Armed Forces' provider of healthcare education to Defence Medical Services personnel.

Defence School of Healthcare Education

Health, Education & Life Sciences faculty - Defence

School of Nursing and Midwifery 

Providing the highest quality of teaching

We are one of the leading providers of employees to the NHS, offering first-class learning facilities including state-of-the-art lecture theatres and seminar rooms, mock wards, birthing rooms, operating theatres and virtual reality software. Our departments cover Adult Nursing, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Midwifery and Child Health.

School of Nursing and Midwifery