School of Health and Society makes great gains in league tables

Categories: School of Health and Society

The 2023 Complete University Guide has been published, with some excellent results for programmes within the School of Health and Society.

The commitment and dedication of the staff in ensuring an excellent experience and high-class teaching for the students in the school has led to huge strides in the league tables, with many courses now in the top 20 in the UK.

Added to this are significant improvements which have boosted the courses in nursing, psychology, sports science and social work; meaning the school is now in the top 30 across six of its subject areas.

  • Counselling, Psychotherapy and Occupational Therapy up 4 places to 19th
  • Physiotherapy up 1 place to 15th
  • Social Policy up 8 places to 20th
  • Social Policy up 8 places to 20th
  • Social Work up 4 places to 23rd
  • Sports Science up 27 places at 27th
  • Nursing up 13 places to 31st
  • Psychology up 14 places to 55th

Professor Margaret Rowe, Dean of the School of Health and Society, said: "I am exceptionally proud of these results which highlight that the investment in teaching and learning and the dedication of our staff has ensured an outstanding student experience. I want to thank colleagues for their hard work in making this happen - it is great to see so many areas moving really positively up the table.”

The table looks at 10 indicators including student satisfaction, research quality, grades and graduate prospects in order to compare 130 UK Higher Education institutions.

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