Our undergraduate courses
Our courses are delivered by a mixture of academic staff and clinical staff, who all bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you develop into an excellent healthcare practitioner or researcher.
Teaching and learning changes for 2020-21
Due to the coronavirus pandemic we have made some changes to teaching and learning for some courses in the 2020-21 academic year.
These pages will be updated regularly, so please check back for the latest information about your course.
Click on each box below for full course information:
The BMedSci Health and Human Sciences course is also available part-time. Find out about this more flexible study option, including information on how to apply.
The following flexible part-time degrees are designed for healthcare professionals who want to develop their knowledge and professional expertise. You'll be taught by subject experts and learn about the latest techniques and approaches in your field.
We work closely with the Royal College of Nursing, exploring how education meets the needs of the NHS workforce. This means that we’re ideally placed to offer you high-quality courses, informed by the latest research in the field.
We are one of only two universities in England to train professionals in the specialist area of orthoptics, making Sheffield a true centre of excellence. A high proportion of professional orthoptists working in the NHS today were trained here in Sheffield.
For Speech and Language Therapy students, our on-site communication clinic gives you the opportunity to gain valuable practical experience during your degree.
You'll benefit from a fantastic range of facilities, including our Clinical Skills Centre - a perfect facility for training the health professionals of tomorrow.
If you're studying one of our health care courses, you could be eligible for funding from the NHS.
Undergraduate online open days
We’re number one in the north for graduate employment. Find out why at our online open day on Saturday 17 October.