Studying the structure and functions of the respiratory system, together with the latest diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, you will combine in-depth academic work with practical clinical and technological skills in a range of specialised healthcare settings.
Respiratory and Sleep Physiology is an exciting field that requires a high level of responsibility, accuracy, and problem-solving ability. As a respiratory and sleep physiologist, you will work with patients of all ages and disabilities, performing a wide range of diagnostic tests and developing treatment plans.
On graduation from Healthcare Science (Respiratory and Sleep Physiology) (Hons) programme at Swansea University, you will be eligible to join the voluntary register with the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists and enter the workplace as an independent practitioner.
Within the NHS, the starting salary for Respiratory and Sleep Physiologists is £24,214, rising to £43,772. There are also excellent prospects to work in research, education, management, Her Majesty’s Forces, governmental departments and the private sector.
- You will also benefit from a real-life patient setting in our award-winning Health and Wellbeing Academy, an on-site clinic that provides health and wellbeing services for the local community in collaboration with the NHS.
- Half your course will be taught at our Singleton Park campus on the edge of the beautiful Gower Peninsula and the other half will take place in healthcare settings. We have very strong links with healthcare providers and Welsh health boards, opening up a wide range of clinical placement opportunities for you.
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
Typical A-level Offer
- Minimum BBB at A level, including an A level in science or maths.
- Distinction and Merit profile against the rules of combination. We do not accept Access to Healthcare or Access to Healthcare and Nursing.
- Pass at B and either BB at A level (including Maths or Physics) or DD at BTEC
Living costs for Swansea
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.