Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences
Learn how to promote and improve the health of individuals and populations. Develop an understanding of the interactions and relationships between biological determinants of health and environments, social networks, and communities.
School of Human Kinetics
Contribute to the field of physical activity and health, or of sports and society. Enjoy an enriching university experience thanks to the School’s internationally recognized research activities.
School of Nursing
Be among the next generation of nurses to offer high-quality care, take on leadership roles within the health care system, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in nursing science.
School of Nutrition Sciences
Train to undertake a leadership role in the field of health and nutrition and to mobilize knowledge to promote healthy lifestyles.
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Pursue a career in bilingual health care to meet the needs of Francophone clients in Ontario and in Francophone and bilingual communities across Canada.
“We are passionate about active, healthy living and are eager to share our knowledge and expertise with you.”
— Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences
Undergraduate and graduate students
Research funding in 2022
Health care in Canada is in crisis and that is why the University of Ottawa is investing close to $500 million in health, biomedical sciences, and life sciences infrastructure, creating innovative research and training environments to help revitalize Canada’s health-care system.