At Leeds we actively involve you in developing therapeutic relationships with service users (patients) and carers. Our team have clinical practice experience in areas such as community care, dementia, psychotherapy and forensic mental health care and use creative and innovative approaches to learning. In these videos, our students discuss the course and the what it's like to study Mental health at Leeds.
Our degree course provides you with the challenges to develop and build your skills to become a valued and effective Mental Health professional. We have a respected professional team which includes internationally respected academics to deliver an enriching and rewarding student experience. Here, Mahmood talks about his experiences on the course and how he has developed as a 3rd year student.
Our graduates - respected by the NHS
99% of our students are in work or study after six months. Mental health nursing has a structured career pathway with a multitude of opportunities such as, research, management, clinical specialisms and teaching, in the NHS, Social Services, Voluntary Sector and Private Sector.
Pearl Susanne Davison is a graduate of the Mental Health nursing programme here in the School of Healthcare and talks about her life-changing experience at Leeds.