- Student life
- Business & Research
The Faculty of Health and Social Care offers a large and diverse portfolio of programmes to meet the needs of health and social care employers and students.
The Faculty of Health and Social Care has a long history at the University of Chester, having been established in the early 1990s as the School of Nursing and Midwifery, and we now deliver a number of qualifications, from foundation degrees to PhDs, along with continuing professional development for range of health and social care professionals.
The Faculty has a strong experience of developing business and income generation in the form of Knowledge Transfer bids, commercial bids, academic partnership establishment and building curricula in innovative ways. Student employment rates remain high and national student survey scores relating to usefulness of course content in the work place bear testimony to our success in equipping students with skills in innovation and enterprise.
Within the Faculty, research is viewed as integral to the working life of staff, in partnership with local and regional providers of care. Our strategic focus is on further development in community/primary care, users and carers support and interprofessional learning.
ABOUT US: Key information about the Faculty of Health and Social Care, with links to our six teaching departments and details of our four delivery sites, plus how to contact us.
STUDY WITH US: Details about our range of provision, including CPD Apply and Health and Safety Training options, along with information on how to apply, and the support available to students.
RESEARCH AND PRACTICE: Research-informed and Practice-led; find out about how our collaborations in research and practice are helping to strengthen and enhance the Faculty.
NEWS AND EVENTS: All the latest Faculty news, plus information on upcoming events for staff, students, partners and external visitors.
INTERNATIONAL: Find out more about how the Faculty is enhancing international profile, in relation to courses, bids, Erasmus exchanges and development work.
WORK WITH US: A guide to the Faculty’s excellent collaborations with stakeholders in health and social care, including our range of collaborative partnerships in learning and practice.