Keele University Faculties
Academic Schools within the University are organised within the three following Faculties:
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Schools of Law, Politics, International Relations and Philosophy, Social Science and Public Policy, Keele Management School, Humanities
Thank you for your interest in our vibrant and multi-faceted Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the largest of the three Faculties at Keele University. Our research and teaching focus on many and varied dimensions of human experience and on the full range of cultural, economic and social challenges we face in a fast-changing world. We draw on our progressive heritage to promote theoretically inventive scholarship that has the potential to transform the ways in which we engage with one another as human beings in contexts ranging from the local to the global.
Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Schools of Nursing & Midwifery, Pharmacy, Health & Rehabilitation, Medicine
Our Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences is one of the UK’s leading centres of applied research in primary care and is a national centre for studying musculoskeletal disorders. The Faculty offers a full range of clinical undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD courses. The quality of teaching in our Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing & Midwifery and Health & Rehabilitation is reflected in subject league table positions and in feedback from the professional bodies responsible for validating degree courses. Students benefit from the latest technology and facilities, as well as partnerships with NHS organisations across Staffordshire and Shropshire, including UHNM one of the largest acute hospitals in the country.
It’s the Keele difference.
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Schools of Life Sciences, Computing and Mathematics, Chemical and Physical Sciences, Geography, Geology and the Environment, and Psychology
We are renowned for interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach and our Faculty of Natural Sciences is central to this. Our Schools of Life Sciences, Computing & Mathematics, Chemical & Physical Sciences, Geography, Geology and the Environment, and Psychology build scientific skills and awareness of the issues relevant to both our sustainable development and quality of life. They integrate world-class research with the very best teaching and the latest innovations. Since Natural Scientists are inherently multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, they are particularly relevant to how the world around us works today and ours is the natural venue for them. It’s the Keele difference.