TEESSIDE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, UNITED KINGDOM
Teesside University School of Health and Social care offers courses in midwifery, diagnostic radiotherapy, physiotherapy, dental hygiene and dental therapy, public health, nursing, occupational therapy, transformational leadership and more. The courses in Health and Social Care are regulated by ‘Health care Professional Council and the Nursing and Midwifery Council’.
Providing up-to-date knowledge and skills to deliver effective care, the degree courses at Teesside University have been designed to give real time experience based education to its scholars. The scholars are provided stimulating practice environments such as dental clinics, hospital wards, and social care settings while studying Health and Social Care courses.
The best part of studying at Teesside University is that the campus is well connected to the entire UK through a good network of public transport. There are beautiful country sides, historic cities, and coastlines close by.
The university provides free meet and greet service to international students when they arrive at the airport, and a university accommodation is provided to international students if they apply before April first, of the year in which they start their studies.
To enroll for a health care course at Teesside University, you must have very good proficiency in English. You should have the ability to write good academic essays and reports, listen to lectures and take notes, give presentation and take part in discussions, and summarise academic texts. You are required to score a minimum of 7.0 overall bands in IELTS with no less than 6.5 in each module to be eligible to apply for a health care course from Teesside. Once you begin your degree programme, you will also get access to free English language classes and services that help you to improve personally and professionally.