Enriching the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and society

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​The Faculty of Health and Wellbeing aims to enrich the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and society.

We deliver outstanding education in a diverse range of subject areas, linked by their commitment to progressing health and wellbeing for all life, including animal welfare, childhood studies, nursing, physiotherapy, sport and exercise, sport management and social work. Study is undertaken at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

We offer research degree opportunities at both MPhil and PhD level. Find out more about research degrees at Winchester.

The Faculty works to translate world-leading research into effective policy and exceptional practice. It is home to a number of active research centres with close ties to public bodies and professional teams, from the local community to internationally. Find out more about our high-impact Research and Knowledge Exchange.

If you have any questions please email Health and Wellbeing Enquiries.

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Meet the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing team

Faculty Head of Research and Knowledge Exchange

Faculty Postgraduate Research Degrees Coordinator

Dr James Faulkner, Faculty Head of Research and Knowledge Exchange

Faculty Business Development Manager

Short courses

Explore our 2021 short courses:

  • Anthropometry
  • Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
  • Plant-based Nutrition
  • Remote Working

Find out more about our popular short courses and secure your place