School of Health & Social Care

Student views

Student satisfaction remains consistently high as evidenced by the independent National Student Survey results each year.

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Kate  Cranston

Kate Cranston
BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult)

In 2016 I won the Outstanding Student award for the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps from the Cavell Nursing Trust.

Sophie Suri

Sophie Suri
PhD research

'The work is novel and has the potential to improve clinical care – a very exciting project and team to be part of.'

Paul Watson

Paul Watson
PgDip Specialist Community Public Health Nurse – School Nurse

'The public health academic staff are very supportive and have a wealth of knowledge and experience.'

Anna Hatton

Anna Hatton
PhD Rehabilitation Sciences, 2010

The encouragement and mentorship which I received from my research supervisor was the driving force behind my decision to enter the academic route.

Faye Gibson

Faye Gibson
BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies (Adult)

'Although I very much enjoyed my career, I wanted to change direction and go into a profession which would allow me to help others and make a difference.'

D'Arcie Hall

D'Arcie Hall
BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

'I chose Teesside University because of its reputation for its healthcare courses and the amazing facilities on offer for this field.'

Ameila Bonner

Amelia Bonner
MSc Service Improvement

'I’m already finding that my course helps me to do my job better.'

Rebecca Kranz

Rebecca Kranz
MSc Diagnostic Radiography

'The clinical placements were excellent, and allowed the students to really get stuck-in and gain hands-on experience, which is the best way to learn the practical aspects of the job.'

Leah  Myatt

Leah Myatt
BA (Hons) Social Work

'I want to empower individuals to take control of their lives, and be a voice for children who feel underappreciated.'

Shirley Fenn

Shirley Fenn
BA (Hons) Social Work

I would recommend both my course and the University because of the experiences and opportunities I’ve had.