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The Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport offers a portfolio of innovative, research-led undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD programmes designed to produce the very best graduates with cutting-edge and employable skills. Formerly, the multi-award winning School of Health Sciences and the School of Sport, the School that brought about the accolade Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence, the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport brings together the collective expertise of academics with outstanding multidisciplinary research records attest to their commitment to making a difference to world needs in health, wellbeing and society through teaching, research, and public involvement. Our vision is to be the natural first choice for everyone with an interest in health and sport, to develop global citizens through internationally relevant curricula, and to deliver excellence in teaching and learning through a research-led approach.

Use the links below to discover how we can help you to make a difference to world needs in health, wellbeing and society.

Undergraduate

health sciences and sport - undergraduate

We offer diverse a diverse range of innovative programmes that combine theory and practice in Adult Nursing, Mental Health NursingSport and Exercise Science, and Sport Studies.

Postgraduate

health sciences and sport - postgraduate

A postgraduate qualification from the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport puts you in the forefront of your profession, equipped with the employable skills required required in the sector and to make a difference to the lives of others.

Health Sciences CPD

health cpd

We offer a variety of short courses, modules and programmes for the continuing professional development of qualified nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.

Sport CPD

sport cpd

Our fitness, health and sport qualifications are nationally recognised and provide you with the perfect opportunity to develop your skills and gain credit points towards your chosen career.

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