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Allied Health

Allied Health

If you want to work in allied health professions, we can help you gain the skills and qualifications to care for those with mental health needs, learning disabilities, the elderly and disabled, across a wide range of settings.

If you have any questions, you can chat to current students and staff today.

Learn more about our Allied Health Courses:


Undergraduate and Foundation courses
Postgraduate courses and certifications

Why study at Buckinghamshire New University?

Buckinghamshire New University (BNU) has a different approach to teaching and feedback. Lecturer to student ratios are kept at a manageable level, which allows us to properly deliver one-to-one teaching, personal tutor support and different teaching methods to suit you.

Our lecturers teach you what you want to learn, and you get out of BNU what you put in. In addition to our great support network, we also have a fantastic network of placement opportunities. BNU has managed to develop a strong relationship with local NHS trusts and healthcare organisations, due to our reputation for teaching quality.

We have been able to structure your learning around your present or future employment, and we develop the content of our courses with close input from employers to keep in touch with professional needs. You can be confident that no matter what your background, skills or ability is, you will find a place at BNU which can lift your skillset.

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How to apply

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Fees and funding

Come to an open day and find out more about our programmes, meet our specialist tutors and chat to current students.
Learn more about studying at BNU