Discover Allied Health Professions at Keele
Welcome to the School of Allied Health Professions at Keele University and congratulations on your offer!
We are sorry that we cannot meet you in person today but hope that the information we are providing on our ‘virtual offer holders day’ will help you to make an informed choice about your future. If you would like to contact us please email email@example.com or call us on +44 (0)1782 734191 or chat to our students
“On behalf of all the students and staff, congratulations on your offer to study at Keele, we look forward to welcoming you to our vibrant, innovative and friendly School Allied Health Professions in September and the start of your exciting new career pathway!” Ryan Flanagan, President of the SHAR Student Society, 3rd Year Physiotherapy Student
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Facts and Figures
Top 3 in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2019 (broad-based universities)
GOLD in the Teaching Excellence Framework Also Top 5 in the UK (THE ranking, broad-based universities)
96% graduate employability HESA - Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2017
Joint 1st in England for student satisfaction with course Guardian University League Table, 2019
1st for affordability Marbles.com, 2016
600+ acres Britain's biggest single-site campus
Global top 25 for campus sustainability UI Green Metric ranking, 2020
"Rehabilitation Science has equipped me with a highly unique skill set such as testing and prescribing exercise for cardiac, pulmonary, neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. I have really loved being able to apply the theory within the AU Injury Clinic, gaining valuable hands-on experience."
"I have found the Radiography modules incredibly interesting and this has inspired me to read around topics and look up concepts up in greater detail. The lecturers are very enthusiastic and make use of multiple ways of explaining concepts to ensure understanding."
"I have loved my time at Keele studying Physiotherapy. With outstanding guidance and support I have gained the academic, clinical and research skills needed and in a wide variety of key topics, that were all delivered through engaging and challenging modes of learning and assessment style."
"When I first applied to Keele I didn’t know too much about it. Following visits to campus for an open day and my interview I very quickly fell in love with Keele. You meet students from other universities on placement and learn about how other courses are run. It seemed that all other students, and educators, had always heard of the strong reputation of Keele students and it made me very proud to carry the Keele name. The depth of teaching, staff support and spread of content over the course are all second to none. Looking back, choosing Keele was the best decision I ever made."
"I chose to study physio at Keele because of the atmosphere that was created and shared by everyone I met at my first open day. This is something that has continued through my 3 years at Keele. I have made some amazing friends who along with the staff at SAHP have supported me through the duration of my degree and helped to make a stressful 3 years some of the most enjoyable. "
"The sense of community within the student body has positively impacted my learning experience and outcome, I don’t think I would have completed my 3 years at Keele successfully without the help and support from my peers."
"As a mature student, I knew Keele' s reputation for academic performance. I wasn't disappointed; the quality of teaching has been excellent, and I've had unique extra-curricular opportunities through Keele, including the Keele Sports Injury Clinic and Mentorship program with Connect, who I now work for. What I hadn't expected, was the Keele Physio family. Tutors always there to talk to and support me, even if it meant tough love sometimes! This transfers to the students, and we've all supported each other over the years. I leave now with found memories and friends who feel more like family. "
"After 3 years being an international student from Malaysia, studying in Keele University, I'd like to thank SAHP for the support and guidance for us to be aspiring physiotherapists. I am very grateful to the school who offers such freedom and wide range of choices for our placements, allowing me to gain full experiences in all MSK, Neuro and CVR specialties, in the NHS and in private settings. Being a CSP student rep and a student mentor in SAHP, I can say that the school and the staff provides a safe and encouraging environment, not only for professional development but also personal growths."