Our training partners
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust works closely with a number of higher education institutions across East Anglia:
University of East Anglia: The School of Health Sciences
The UEA offer a comprehensive range of health related courses leading to professional registration. The School of Health Sciences offers a superb learning environment that enables students to fulfil their potential and ensures graduates are fit for practice in the modern and ever-changing health and social care sector.
World-class research underpins all of their courses, and clinical practice sees us working in partnership with healthcare providers in the region to provide a variety of high-quality practice placements during which we collaborate with service users and carers throughout. The School also runs Masters level courses and has PhD students, as well as Continuing Professional Development courses for qualified professionals.
Course information is available from the main UEA website including information about entry requirements and NHS funding.
Brochures are also available and can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Hertfordshire
The School of Health and Social Work and The School of Life and Medical Sciences amongst others offer a comprehensive range of health related courses leading to professional registration. Course information about each is available from the main website.
University Campus Suffolk (UCS)
UCS is a modern and unique institution offering full and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and CPD opportunities across a range of areas. The UCS Schools of Nursing and Midwifery, and Science, Technology and Health, offer a number of health related courses that lead to professional registration.
At UCS, we pride ourselves in creating a supportive and empowering learning community, where students develop to become confident, employable, professional graduates. UCS students are well equipped to create and leverage scientific, clinical and technological innovations to solve real world problems and face the challenges of the twenty-first century. For us, the emphasis is always on the employability of our graduating students and our courses train students in contemporary themes such as entrepreneurism and enterprise thinking. Our programmes are underpinned by an academic infrastructure that includes many top Professors and Visiting Professors.
For further information about UCS, specific courses offered and details of open events, please visit the UCS website.
Anglia Ruskin University
The Faculty of Science and Technology and the Faculty of Health Social care and Education amongst others offer range of health related courses leading to professional registration. Course information about each is available from the main website.
City College Norwich
City College Norwich is a leading college of further and higher education with over 14,000 students. Rated as Good by Ofsted (March 2013), the college provides excellent preparation for students’ career development and progression. The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust works in close partnership with City College Norwich to continually review and develop specific health and social care courses such as the Foundation Degree in Health Studies (Science) programme.