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Healthcare Workers

BSc (Hons) Health, Wellbeing and Social Care with Foundation Year


Student Finance Available


Weekdays, evenings and/or weekends


4 Years


London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds


September, January, June

Awarded Degree

BSc (Hons) Health, Wellbeing and Social Care with Foundation Year

Course Overview

Our BSc (Hons) Health, Wellbeing, and Social Care with Foundation Year course provide a comprehensive insight into the healthcare sector, equipping you with the skills and experiences necessary for impactful contributions post-graduation.

The Foundation Year's learning structure is meticulously designed to cultivate your academic skills while introducing essential topics related to health and social care. The knowledge acquired in this foundational year lays the groundwork for a fundamental understanding of the sector, setting the stage for your progression into subsequent years of the course.

Over the following three years, the course's intensity gradually increases, delving into key topics such as behavioral influences in healthcare provision and effective management across the sector. The course materials' quality is complemented by the expertise of our experienced lecturers, providing you with a wealth of knowledge and invaluable perspectives throughout the program.

The course's structure ensures that upon completion, you will be well-prepared to embark on your new career. Armed with skills, practical experience, and a broad industry perspective, you will be poised to make a meaningful impact in health and social care, both now and in the future.

Entry Requirements

Education Requirements:

  • Achieve a minimum of 80 UCAS tariff points or hold a 60-credit Ofqual qualification at Level 3.

Applicants Aged 21 and Above:

  • If applicants aged 21 and above do not meet the standard entry requirements, consideration will be given to those demonstrating life/work skills that align with undergraduate study, potentially through a Foundation programme.


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