About Us

Research Council of Health, London is an independent, specialist awarding organisation based in London, United Kingdom, which pioneers the most innovative qualifications in the healthcare industry. We design, develop, deliver and award qualifications for health professionals.

We offer high-quality education, innovative instruction and support, which promotes student achievement, academic excellence in the area of Medical Sciences.
We collaborate impartially with our members and external parties from across the medical industry, refining the latest research and guidelines into relevant applications for Medical Professionals. This enables us to educate and support doctors and health professionals effectively throughout their career, providing practical guidance, training and assessment. In turn, input from our members, through academic contributions, professional consultation and mentorship, drives the Council forward.
Research Council of Health London's students are given skills that will change their employment prospects and increase their value to employers. The organization listens to employers via its strong links with the industry and design courses that has high value in the health care sectors around the world.
Research Council of Health London's currently offers over 35 exciting Diploma Courses to a broad range of adult learners regardless of location. Our qualifications are relevant, affordable and do not compromise quality.
We aims to originate, develop, establish and propagate highest levels of standards in health care through Biomedical Research, Medical Education and Health Care Delivery.

Research Council of Health, London is well known internationally.
The organization has:
 Established formal standing with various organisations  and been valued by the medical  professionals throughout the world. Courses are developed in cooperation with education agencies and industry representatives. Many of our students are in fact supported by the employers to complete the qualifications. Course fees have either been partially or fully funded by employers.