Placements are essential to prepare you for a successful career in the Health Professions.
Key Information Sets
Every Undergraduate course provides information in the same format so you can compare courses between institutions.
In The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017, RGU was ranked as a top 10 UK university for its high quality staff/lectures.
If you want a career that combines challenge with the reward of doing something truly worthwhile, the allied health professions offer an exciting range of opportunities.
Team working and inter-professional practice are top priorities in the many different roles within the allied health professions, ranging from diagnostic radiographers, nurses and midwives, to pharmacists, nutritionists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
Professional training in these areas can lead to employment within a wide variety of environments, including hospitals, clinics, sports and fitness clubs and local authorities.
We deliver high quality undergraduate programmes in adult nursing, mental health nursing and children and young people’s nursing.
We are well known for producing quality health care professionals, and is the sole provider of these degree programmes in the North of Scotland.
The School has an impressive portfolio of seven courses accredited or approved by professional bodies.
Why Study Health Professions Here?
We have professional body accreditation, strong links with practitioners and managers in NHS Trusts, local authorities, the private sector and we're associated with a number of leading organisations, institutions and professional bodies.
We promote hands-on, practical, patient-centred training that leads to professional registration through our undergraduate courses and high quality care.
Our specialist facilities include a Clinical Skills Centre, Pharmaceutical Care Centre, Human Performance Lab and Digital X-ray suite, providing you with a realistic and safe environment to practice your skills.
“I have really enjoyed the course, especially getting out into the clinical area and seeing and learning from the other midwives and interacting with the women and their families. This experience has been everything that I had hoped for and more.”
Stephanie Archibald, Bachelor of Midwifery
Our graduates in the Health Professions and Health Sciences go on to work in a variety of settings in the NHS, local authorities and the private sector.
As a dietitian you usually work with patients on a one-to-one basis to identify the factors in their diet that are affecting their overall health and well being.
As an Occupational Therapist (OT) you will work with people to regain or maintain their health or wellbeing, using occupations as a means of therapy.
This is a patient care role, and you will work in multidisciplinary teams in a variety of settings including operating theatre, accident and emergency departments and on wards.
24, July, 2017 Mental Health Movie Monthly: Song of the Sea
Come along to a screening of 'Song of the Sea' as part of Mental Health Movie Monthly.
It was a proud week in the Jackson household in Aberdeen when 22-year-old Chloe Jackson and her dad Billy Jackson graduated from Robert Gordon University (RGU) within 24 hours of one another. First to graduate was Chloe who received a BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management on July 12. The following day Billy, a lecturer in Occupational Health in RGU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, graduated with a PGCert Learning, Teaching and Assessment (Nursing and Midwifery).
05, July, 2017 North East boys learn that nursing is for them
A group of primary school pupils from Aberdeenshire got an insight into the nursing profession recently, when they took part in a day of activities at Robert Gordon University (RGU).