In the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care, you’ll find academic fields including nursing, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, social work, psychology and social care.
As a student in our Faculty, you’ll be part of a thriving, collaborative academic community. Our aim is to create a diverse and inclusive learning environment that encourages discussion and shared learning, and helps to enhance our students’ university experience.
We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as post-registration programmes and professional development courses to help you refresh or develop your skills. &
Our innovative, vibrant programmes reflect new and emerging research and ideologies. They also provide you with academic theory to help prepare you for your future professional life.
Our main aims in the Faculty of Healthy, Psychology and Social Care are to enable you to:
We strongly believe in the value of learning in practice settings and not just teaching our students, and we aim to create professionals capable of achieving successful careers in professional practice.
Our Faculty is in the state-of-the-art Brooks building, on Manchester Metropolitan University’s award-winning new development at the Manchester campus. Here, you have access to specialist facilities across all areas of health, psychology, social care, and education.
All of our Faculty staff are actively engaged in research, which feeds into their teaching and ensures that our programmes at Manchester Met are real, relevant and up-to-date with professional standards.