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of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2013/14 DLHE survey)
Student satisfaction at record high
The University's overall student satisfaction level is 87% according to the National Student Survey 2015
The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health is committed to researching the potential value of music, and other participative arts activities, in the promotion of wellbeing and health of individuals and communities, and continues to build the case for Singing on Prescription.
The diversity and breadth of our research is illustrated by the hundreds of projects the University has undertaken over the years.
Find out more about our research
The Centre is committed to researching the potential value of music, and other arts, in the promotion of wellbeing and health of individuals and communities.
More information about the Centre
Watch videos about our work on various projects on our YouTube channel.
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The aim of this series is to offer guidance on setting up and running singing groups for people with a range of enduring health issues.
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