How we make a difference

Midwifery programmes enable students to integrate practice, education and research, developing competence to work in partnership with women and their families, delivering high quality, evidence-based and compassionate care.  The lecturing team is highly motivated, nationally and internationally renowned. 3rd Year Jessamy talks about the experience  she has gained over her three years and her elective study in New Zealand and TV appearance on 'One born every minute'.

For course details, visit our Coursefinder pages and search Midwifery 

UNICEF accreditation

Leeds was one of the first Midwifery courses in the UK to be accredited by the UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative. Leeds Midwifery graduates will be able to translate their first class knowledge and skills into high quality, research-informed support for breastfeeding women and their infants and to support the promotion of breastfeeding at home and abroad. 

Respected graduates

Our Teaching staff have a range of research and clinical expertise; students gain experience in socially complex, diverse and innovative clinical settings. This gives students the tools to enable sound professional judgement and decision-making in real life situation and post graduation.

Here Issy James, professional Midwife and Leeds graduate, talks about how her education at Leeds has shaped her approach and practice.