Do you want to play a key role in helping people to manage their daily activities and achieve their full potential? Then our occupational therapy places in Clearing are for you. 

You will learn how to take a ‘whole person’ approach to both physical and mental health to ensure people can interact with their environment and take part in everyday tasks safely. We will prepare you to work with people of all ages, circumstances, and health conditions so you can support others to live the life of their choice.

Occupational therapy facilities

As an occupational therapy student at the University of Salford, you will get to use our purpose-built rehabilitation flat, which provides the opportunity to learn and practice skills within a secure and realistic environment.

Designed with a functioning kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, you will experience how to use a range of equipment and daily living aids that an occupational therapist may use to assist a patient to perform an activity.

You will also have access to the occupational therapy resource room where you'll find a variety of equipment designed to aid and support people. This includes splinting, personal care, memory devices, and much more.

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Occupational therapy Clearing course

Two Salford occupational therapy degree students practice using bed hoist equipment together.

At the University of Salford, we are dedicated to ensuring that you are prepared for your future career. Learn more about our occupational therapy course available in Clearing.

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy 

Accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT), our BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy course is designed to help you understand function and dysfunction in the mind and body. 

You’ll work with people from a wide range of backgrounds, ages, cultures, and conditions to help them achieve daily tasks. This course is taught by experienced lecturers who have worked clinically as occupational therapists in a variety of settings, including internationally. You will look at the societal and institutional contexts of illness and health, as well as ethical issues in healthcare delivery. 

While on your course, you will combine academic study with practice placements that will help you develop professional and personal skills. 

Contact us

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If you have a question about studying any of our courses, or you’d like to learn more about joining the University of Salford, contact our friendly team today on +44 (0) 161 295 4545 or enquiries@salford.ac.uk.