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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Emma Hughes

Emma Hughes
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

My degree has given me the personal, professional and academic skills and confidence to qualify as a junior physiotherapist.

Jason Brook

Jason Brook
BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography

'I am learning on-the-job skills every day and really feel like I am developing into a future radiographer. With each day my confidence grows.'

Kat Boulton

Kat Boulton
BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies (Adult)

'I’ve developed a keen interest in emergency care nursing and want to pursue a role within accident and emergency, emergency assessment or trauma setting.'

Rhona Macleod

Rhona Macleod
MRes Clinical Research Methods

'I have always wanted to go back and do further study and research. I think it is really important for health professionals to engage with higher education whenever and however possible.'

Natalie  Pelling

Natalie Pelling
BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice Studies

My course, the overall experience, the support and guidance are all excellent.

Amanda Peach

Amanda Peach
BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

'I couldn’t recommend Teesside University enough. The staff are amazing – supportive and offering such a variety of learning experiences.'

Terry  Doherty

Terry Doherty
BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science (Top up)

The course was well organised, with a clear pathway through the programme.

Emma Mead

Emma Mead
PhD research

A PhD is definitely a worthwhile qualification, it gives you the chance to develop your research skills, preparing you for a career in research.

Paul Hunter

Paul Hunter
BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography

Throughout my clinical placements, I was provided with the best possible opportunity for learning.

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.