The School of Clinical Therapies is one of five Schools within the College of Medicine and Health. The School was established in 2003, and it consists of two departments, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. It offers degree programmes in disciplines such as Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Audiology.
In the School of Clinical Therapies we work with our students in small groups, which enables us to offer them individual attention so they develop and excel in a culture of support. Classes are held both inside and outside the lecture theatre providing students with learning opportunities both within theoretical and practical settings. Our students avail of state of the art facilities and highly qualified tutors and lecturers.