We think our courses are pretty great but don't just take our word for it. Our undergraduate students have been telling us all about their experiences within the School of Allied Health Professions, Nursing and Midwifery.
The course at Sheffield made me an autonomous practitioner
Racquel Ward General Practice Nurse, BMedSci Nursing (Adult)
Racquel's childhood ambition has always been to work in the NHS. She wanted to do something where she could make a difference to people’s lives, especially at times when they need someone the most. After completing an adult nursing degree, she’s now following her dreams!
Nursing is a career where you’re learning new things everyday
Peter Lovett Critical Care Nurse, BMedSci Nursing (Adult)
Studying at Sheffield gave Peter the skills and mindset he needed to thrive as a newly qualified nurse. Now working in the fast paced world of critical care nursing, he explains what made The University of Sheffield such a great place to study.
Sheffield’s placements helped me understand the patient journey
Eléna Starsong Undergraduate, BMedSci Nursing (Adult)
Having already got a degree, Eléna decided to return to university during the pandemic and study nursing. Eléna explains just how important the locality-based placements have been to their training, and the opportunities they’ve had at the University of Sheffield.
I'm so proud to say that I got my degree from the University of Sheffield
Eve Hopkinson Alumni, BMedSci Nursing (Adult)
Eve Hopkinson comes from Sheffield and says that she's proud to tell people she got her degree in her home city.
I really enjoy the mix of theory and practical that is involved in studying orthoptics
Jessica Dee Undergraduate Student, BMedSci Orthoptics
Sheffield was a big move for Jessica, but it is a decision she has never regretted. She found that orthoptics is the perfect course for her and now she can’t imagine doing anything else.
The clinical placements are the most rewarding aspect of the course
Thomas Arends Undergraduate, Orthoptics
Thomas Arends, an Orthoptics student here at Sheffield, says that going to work in a clinic helped him put all the skills he learned on the course into practice.
Speech and Language
First-class teaching from professionals
Alycia Lim Undergraduate, Speech and Language Therapy
Alycia Lim is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She chose the University of Sheffield both for the high calibre of the teaching and the wide range of facilities on offer at the Students' Union.