The School of Health & Social Care

We aim to make an enduring impact on health, care and society in Scotland and beyond.

Making a difference

The School of Health & Social Care provides a vibrant teaching and research environment for over 3,400 students and 130 staff. We deliver a world-class learning experience and undertake pioneering research with a focus on practical and applied results.

  • 100% of our undergraduate students and 100% of our postgraduate students are in work or further study 15 months after graduation - HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey

Student Stories

Read the stories of current students making a difference with their Nursing and Midwifery studies.

Continuing Professional Development

We offer continuing professional development and short courses as well as the ability to take specific modules from our courses to enhance your skills in one specialism.

Our subject area themes

Cardiovascular Health, Mental Health, Population & Public Health, Women, Children & Families, and Innovation for Practice.


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Employable graduates

Jack Souter is a third-year Learning Disability Nursing student. A few weeks ahead of qualifying and starting his new job, he spoke to us about why learning disability nursing matters, both to him and his patients.