Faculty of Life and Health Sciences
Students and staff are more likely to strive for excellence when they work in an environment where knowledge and skills are generated, challenged, tested and applied as well as being taught. This reflects the uniqueness of the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences. It has a reputation for internationally competitive research, for innovation in taught programmes and for the quality of the students’ educational experience. Most importantly, our excellence in research informs our excellent teaching.
There are 6,700 students (including over 2,000 postgraduates) within the Faculty. In particular the Faculty delivers web-based e-learning in highly successful postgraduate subjects. All of the programmes on offer represent areas where the most significant advances are taking place and provide graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge base to follow high-level professional career pathways in health services, industry, research and government.
This provides a brief overview of the diversity of expertise, which forms the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences. This is an exciting time for the Faculty with major developments and national and international collaborations taken place across all areas. Further details are available within the Faculty web pages or please email direct to email@example.com if you have a particular query to be addressed.
Dean of Faculty
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