Teaching and support

Our highly specialised and experienced teaching teams are committed to developing inclusive and dynamic learning environments and creating supportive staff/student relationships. Teaching staff include individuals from a broad spectrum of clinical specialities to include cardiovascular- respiratory, Musculoskeletal and Neurology as well as an exercise Physiologist and an engineer.

You will be allocated a personal tutor at the start of your studies who will address any concerns you may have and provide any additional pastoral and academic support you may need. You will meet with them regularly throughout the duration of your programme to support you during your time at Keele. Keele University received Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework which is a testament to the quality of our teaching staff.

Students have access to our excellent peer mentoring scheme which utilises students from other years of the programme to mentor, support and advise new students in the first year of their programme. This has been reviewed extremely positively by students.

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