What our students say - Occupational Therapy - University of Derby

What our students say

Sally Davies, graduate "Studying the occupational therapy course has provided a variety of teaching methods, all promoting individual learning and looking at yourself as an occupational therapist."

Sarah Lovatt, MSc Occupational Therapy graduate

Sarah Lovatt

“The course took me straight into professional registration for a lifelong career with many branches to explore” 

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Thomas Hawksworth, graduate

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"The course provides a safe and nurturing environment with staff that are genuinely investing in your progress. Theoretical knowledge is complimented by group workshops and placements that will develop, challenge and enhance your capabilities."

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

Amy Brown, graduate

"I find occupational therapy interesting because it is client centred and involves assessing, treating and helping clients overcome their physical, accidental or psychological disability. The University of Derby has a very welcoming environment with friendly students. The tutors are also all very friendly and happy to help and offer their support. The best elements are the three placements over the three years which helps to gain experience and put the theory you learn into practice."

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

Michelle Cabay, current student

"Doing the MSc Hand Therapy course has always been something I would like to pursue but the thought of actualy doing it is quite daunting and I had put it off for a while. Now that I have found the courage to do it, I find it quite challenging but equally rewarding and I am enjoying each and every moment."

MSc Hand Therapy (incorporating PG Cert/PG Dip)

Kerry Langford-Rotton, current student

"I am really enjoying learning about occupational therapy again. Occupations are all around us, so this is essential stuff."

MSc Advanced Occupational Therapy

Rachel Hill, graduate

Rachel Hill

"I qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2005 and currently work in the Working Age Dementia service in Nottinghamshire. I wanted to further my knowledge by studying for an MSc in Advanced Occupational Therapy. In 2009 I began studying part time at the University of Derby and studied 8 modules relating to my field of work...

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