Did you know?

We know that making decisions about where to study can be daunting, so here's some key facts about our courses in this area - BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy, FdSc Rehabilitation Studies (Visual Impairment) and BA(Hons) Conductive Education - so you can feel reassured about your choices.

1

You'll join our community of satisfied students

Our Rehabilitation Work course has achieved a 100 per cent student satisfaction score in 2015, 2016 and 2017 according to the National Student Survey while 96 per cent of our Speech and Language Therapy students said tutors made the subject is interesting in 2016 and 2017.

2

We're world leaders

Our Conductive Education course, delivered with the National Institute for Conductive Education, is the only English-speaking course of its kind in the UK and is acknowledged as a world leader.

3

We're experienced 

We’ve got over 50 years of experience in training speech and language therapists so you can be sure our course will prepare you to achieve excellence and professional autonomy as a clinical practitioner. 

4

You'll be in demand

The latest Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) surveyed showed that 100 per cent of Speech and Language Therapy, Conductive Education and Rehabilitation Work students who graduated in 2017 were in employment or studying 6 months after graduation. 

5

You'll use fantastic training and learning facilities

Conductive Education students train and learn in the same unique facility – NICE (the National Institute of Conductive Education), a charity based in Moseley, Birmingham which is an acknowledged world leader for Conductive Education. 

Rehabilitation Work students are able to use sets of special glasses that give them an impression of what it feels/looks like to have disrupted vision or certain eye conditions, such as partial sight or glaucoma.

Speech and Language Therapy students benefit from a specific room with specialist resources.

6

You’ll be work ready

The FdSc in Rehabilitation Work is accepted as the trusted qualification to be employed as a Rehabilitation Worker in local authorities and non-statutory agencies across the UK. 

Speech and Language Therapy students are encouraged to join their professional body, the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) as student members from their first year on the course. 

Students graduating from Conductive Education have the opportunity to join the UK, professional body - the PCA (Professional Conductors’ Association). it provides support and connections to other conductors working within the UK and is respected by employers and conductors both within the UK, and abroad.