What’s it like to study in the School of Health?
The School of Health Sciences at City, University of London, is a world-leading centre for healthcare education and applied healthcare research. We offer a range of undergraduate degrees in nursing, midwifery, optometry, radiography, speech and language therapy and human communication.
Our facilities are amazing and give you an accurate idea of what it’s like to be working. They have been designed so you can experience and train for real life health care environments through simulated practice. The Clinical Skills Centre mirrors real healthcare environments, providing an adaptable, modern space for you to prepare for your clinical placements and future employment.
What do students think?
Jamile Muglio completed the BSc (Hons) Radiography (Radiotherapy and Oncology), and describes her new role as “the most fulfilling job ever!”
Why did you choose to study at City, University of London?
After choosing radiotherapy I started looking for universities that offered the course and City, University of London was definitely the best! The university building, library and facilities are great and knowing that the degree is delivered half in lectures and the other half in clinical was important. The clinical placements that City offers are also at the best hospitals in London, so I was so happy when I was offered a place at City.
You can read more about Jamile’s time at City here
City received 100% overall student satisfaction for BSc Radiography (Radiotherapy and Oncology) in the latest National Student Survey.
Sean Taylor is studying the BSc in Adult Nursing and chose City due to the second-to-none facilities that are on offer and the staff and their expertise.
How have you benefited from the facilities available at City?
Having the opportunity to really practice your clinical skills and to take part in Simulated Practice before you go out to practice on the wards is amazing. I felt so much more prepared for starting my placement having had the opportunity to practice these skills — practice that would have been impossible without the clinical skills labs.
You can find out more about Sean and what he liked about his course here
95% of City BSc Adult Nursing graduates are in work and/or further study six months after completing their course (Unistats)
Through the Clearing and Adjustment process, you can contact us to apply for any remaining places on our undergraduate courses starting in 2018. Register here to find out about the available places we have in our Health Courses.