Health and Social Care course With Foundation Year
Eligibility criteria for the application to University:
  • To have Settled/Pre settled status in UK, ILR, refugee, or British Citizenship
  • To Be 21+ years old
  • Diplom Level 3 or another diploma (not mandatory)
  • In the last five years, you must have two years of work experience (not necessarily
  • in which field). If you have Diploma Level 3 or another, you can apply without work
  • experience.
  • You should be hired in present if you have a pre-settled status. (Employee or Self
  • Employed) It is optional if you have a British passport, ILR, or settled status.
Documents required for the application:
  • CV with last 5 years information
  • A clear image of passport/ID/Driver's licence
  • Share code
  • Diploma, if you have. (not mandatory)
  • Proof of address
  • Payslips (last 3 months) only in case if you are pre-
  • settled status.
After you choose the course and send us your documents, we start the next
stage: Exam preparation. The exam takes place ONLINE.

There will be an interview in English on Skype where you will be asked different
questions related to your life, etc. Usually, the interview is 30/60 minutes.
There will also be a mini essay to write up to 300 words.
We prepare you for the interview with all the questions.
Also, we are doing online training with you regarding all information about the
University interview.

If you pass the interview and are accepted to the university, we will start the next
stage: Applying for Student Finance.
Student Finance (how it works)
Student Finance England will provide you with a maintenance loan (up to £13000 if you are in London, or up to £10000 if you are outside London) for day-to-day living costs and a tuition fee (£9250) loan to pay the university (if you are eligible).

The maintenance loan will be paid directly into your bank account in three instalments at the start of each term and can be spent for your personal needs.

The loan amount will depend on your living circumstances and household income, which you can work out before receiving.

This money you repay after the course is finished and only if you earn more than £25000 per year. If you don't earn, you don't repay. If you earn more than £25000, you only repay 9% of any income which is above it. You pay in small instalments directly from the wages, like an extra tax.

Also if you are a student in England, you will have 30% discount for Travel Card and up to 100% discount for Council tax. (depends on you situation)
After 4 years, you started to earn £30000 per year. £30000 - £25000 = £5000

From £5000 take 9% and it will be £450.

So if after 4 years your salary will be 30000 you should pay every year £450 or £37.5 per month.

Day time: 2 days per week from 9:45 to 16:00

(one day Online, another day on campus)

Evening time: 2 days per week from 17:45 to 20:30

on campus, Saturday from 9:45 to 16:00 ONLINE

Our campuses are Located in London, Birmingham and Manchester
Course Description
What you can study on Health and Social Care course?
A Health and Social Care course covers a broad range of topics related to health, social welfare, and support. Some of the areas that you may study in a Health and Social Care course include:

  1. Anatomy and physiology: This includes the study of the human body, its structure, and how it functions.

  2. Health promotion and public health: This includes learning about the promotion of healthy lifestyles and behaviors, and the prevention of illness and disease.

  3. Social policy and welfare: This includes the study of government policies and initiatives related to social welfare, including social services and benefits.

  4. Care practice and management: This includes learning about best practices in providing care for individuals, as well as the management of healthcare facilities and organizations.

  5. Psychology and sociology: This includes learning about the social and psychological factors that affect health and wellbeing, as well as how social issues impact healthcare and support services.

  6. Communication and interpersonal skills: This includes developing effective communication skills to build rapport with patients, colleagues, and other stakeholders in the healthcare industry.

  7. Ethics and professional standards: This includes learning about the ethical considerations and professional standards that govern the healthcare industry and social care services.

Overall, a Health and Social Care course prepares students to work in various roles in the healthcare and social welfare sectors, such as nursing, social work, healthcare administration, and community support services.

Jobs that you can get with Health and social care degree

Graduate level:
Health administration
  • Care management
  • Further Education teaching
  • Community development
  • Charity Officer
  • Social work
  • Nursing
  • Health therapies
  • Youth work.
Non-graduate level
  • Social work assistant
  • Therapy assistant
  • Medical technician
  • Health care assistant.

Year 0 modules include:

Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of Health and Social Care
Interventions for Change
Media, Crime and 'Race'
Reflecting on Self and Society
Researching Discrimination
Researching Inequality
Social Issues in Context: Text to Essay

Year 1 modules include:

Academic skills & literacy: finding & presenting information
An introduction to Knowledge and Inquiry in Health & Social Care
Introduction to Effective Practice in Health & Social Care
Introduction to Health & Social Care; concepts of health & well-being
Personal & Professional Development; self-management
The Context of Health & Social Care: cultural, social & ethical perspectives

Year 2 modules include:

Academic skills & literacy: developing critical thinking
Advancing the health of the population: Understanding Public Health
Becoming employable
Ethical Research in Professional Contexts
Issues in Health, Illness & Society
Personal & Professional Development; managing professional relationships

Year 3 modules include:

Academic skills & literacy: effective critical thinking
Effective responses to emerging issues in health & social care
Personal & Professional Development; management & leadership of others
Global Health
Homelessness and Housing Policy
Housing Issues and Housing Solutions
Mental health & well being