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Make an impact and start your career in healthcare


Make an impact and start your career in healthcare


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Kickstart your career into a fast-paced, ever-growing industry

Health courses

Make a difference to people's lives through healthcare

Prepare for a rewarding career with people in all stages of life as you gain the skills and knowledge you need for your future in healthcare.

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Nursing at Chichester

Nursing at Chichester

Hear from Nursing staff and students about why they chose to study at Chichester.

Practical work placements

Apply the knowledge gained during your study

The provision of practical placements and clinical experience is a major aspect of our healthcare courses as they play an integral part to your development as a student and healthcare professional. Each course has a minimum  requirement of placement hours that will be met to ensure you receive the best learning experience possible.

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Study an accredited course

Get a headstart in your career

Industry accreditation shows that your course content is up to date and prepares you for work in industry after you graduate.

Our courses are accredited by organisations including the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).

Specialist facilities

Flourish in a high quality, practical learning environment

From the new Nursing building to our Physiotherapy clinical teaching space, you will gain invaluable experience in industry standard facilities as you study.

Health One building tour
Watch our virtual tour of our specialist facilities located within our dedicated Health One building located on our Bishop Otter campus.

Expert teaching staff

Learn from experienced and knowledgable staff

Head of School of Nursing and Allied Health

Dr Nita Muir is the inaugural Head of the School of Nursing and Allied Health and is delighted to be pivotal in leading and establishing the new school at the University of Chichester.

Professor of Sports Biomechanics and Director of the Institute of Sport, Nursing and Allied Health

Mike teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate level in Sports Biomechanics and currently supervises two
PhD students.

Senior lecturer in Physiotherapy

Neil is the programme coordinator for both BSc and MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy.  He has a special interest in lower-limb musculoskeletal injury management and has a background in Sports Physiotherapy.

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