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Outstanding facilities and exceptional teaching
The School of Allied Health Sciences has over 40 members of academic staff who provide education and training for our students, and the majority of staff are also engaged in research and scholarly activity in a range of areas mainly related to their professional roles. We offer programmes from foundation degree level through to professional doctorate. Members of staff are highly qualified with many having professional experience in a clinical setting.
Global partnerships:

  • Academics within the School, in collaboration with the Prime Minister’s Initiative for International Education (PMI2), have been chosen to strengthen the UK’s position as a leader in international education ­
  • In collaboration with Charity Freed UK, Biomedical Science lecturer Marilena Ioannou led a team to Nandom Hospital in Ghana to help improve medical resources the lives of their communities
  • Biomedical Science BSc (Hons) exchange programmes have been developed for Chinese students, in collaboration with Nanjing Jinling College

World-leading research:
Our collaborative research shapes and informs our teaching, ensuring that student learning is at the cutting-edge of global developments. Thematic areas include:

Click here| for more information about research activity within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Dr Simon Oldroyd
Head of the School of Allied Health Sciences
Faculty of Health & Life Sciences
De Montfort University
The Gateway
Leicester, UK
T: +44 (0)116 2577111
E: soldroyd@dmu.ac.uk|

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90.5% of all Health and Life Sciences graduates are in employment or further study within six months of completing their course, and earning an average salary of more than £22,478.86. DLHE 2011/2012 


 
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