Learn about our world-leading research activities
See the facilities you will have access to and learn about how they can help you develop your skills.
See what Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units we
Find out more about placements and the experience they provide
Find out how we include carers and service users in our work, from our research and teaching to our admissions process and course development.
Learn about the training we offer in nursing and clinical sciences, as well as what research we're conducting in this field.
Discover more about our work in the fields of human sciences and public health and find out about how we influence policy in these areas.
Read about how our research into the fields of social sciences and social work has an impact on people's lives and find out how that feeds into our courses.
Discover how we're contributing to research into dementia and providing support to community initiatives to help people live well with dementia.
Learn about the Centre for Leadership, Impact and Management in Bournemouth (CLiMB) and find out how we can support your organisation's leaders to deliver the best possible care.
See what courses we offer at an undergraduate level in the faculty.
Read about our postgraduate courses within the fields of health and social sciences.
Find out about the various opportunities we offer to postgraduate researchers within the faculty.
See what Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units we offer and find out how completing these could lead to a Master's qualification.
Find out about our patient ward where you can get used to working in a hospital ward setting and practise your skills.
Read about our occupational therapy suite and find out how it can help you develop your skills.
Discover our community setting where you can gain experience of working in a home or community environment and practice relevant skills.
"The academics have been great about giving up their time to meet me, allowing me to share my research ideas and thinking."
"I've gained lots of practical experience during my course"
See how we support your learning with our range of excellent facilities and collaborative study spaces.
From 15 February to 3 March, if you are driving to Talbot Campus you will be able to access the car parks via Gillet Road only.
Join in with activities including free health screenings, cooking competitions, food and drink samples and nutritionist advice.
Book your place for an evening of networking opportunities and panel discussions with industry experts from Barclays, Sainsburys and Panasonic.
Find out about some great CV enhancing volunteering opportunities coming up in March open to all BU students.
Come and meet our BU representative, Ryan, who will available to talk to you about our courses, scholarships and more.
Systematic reviewing is a specific research method whereby a structured, rigorous, and objective approach is used to provide a critical synthesis of the available evidence on a particular topic.
The Uni Safer Neighbourhood Team will be providing free bike tagging on Talbot Campus behind Christchurch House. Find out more >>