BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care (BGU)
Validated by Bishop Grosseteste University, our BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care Degree covers a range of topics based within the Health and Social Care Industry.
The BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care course provides students with a learner centred, practice-focused programme of study. The degree aims to meet students’ personal, professional and employability needs with 3 Placement Experiences at the core. Formal placements are an essential part of this programme and seek to not only align theory to practice but to bridge the divide.
The Programme will support students’ post-graduate prospects who wishes to continue study at Master’s level and beyond. This therefore aligns with students’ needs for a careers in Health and Social Care and beyond into the growing area of Graduate entry provision, such as Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Nursing.
This Programme will attract a diverse range of students; some will be currently practicing in the field of Health and Social Care and others will be considering a career within the sector. The Programme serves to support student needs to help advance professional practice, whilst understanding students’ wider personal and professional commitments
All modules are compulsory across the three years and run over two semesters each year, with two 30-credit modules per semester, apart from the final year where there are two 15-credit modules. These modules focus on confidence building for the Dissertation element which runs across two Semesters.
The first year introduces Health and Social Care concepts and encourages reflection on and in practice. Further modules offer the opportunity to explore, develop and apply specific learning around contemporary areas of practice, which all build towards the Dissertation and offer opportunities for students to add value to the quality of provision within the field of Health and Social Care practice.
The three year course allows students to study a range of modules including, Foundations in Health and Social Care, Health, well-being and Society: A global perspective locally and using research in practice.
Why should I complete the BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care Degree?
This degree will allow you to develop your understanding of the dynamics of Health and Social Care, if completed successfully, it will also help you stand out to employers as it is a known fact that those whom hold a degree are likely to impress future employers.
At Regent College London, we offer small classes to ensure the best individual support is provided to all students. With a small class size, the highly experienced tutor is able to support and assist any queries students may have. We also provide flexible timetables which allows students to fit in learning with their busy life commitments!
- Foundations in Health and Social Care
- Society and Self Across the Lifespan
- Contemporary Perspectives and Practice in Health and Social Care (*Placement = 30 hours)
- Introduction to Evidence-informed Practice and Decision Making
- Values Based Practice in Health and Social Care: The Law, Ethics and the Individual
- Health, well-being and Society: A global perspective locally
- Research Skills for Practice
- Collaborative Practice in Health and Social Care (*Placement = 60 hours)
- Individuality and Diversity
- Advanced Research Skills
- Leading Health and Social Care (*Placement = 90 hours)
- Using research in practice
Applicants will require 96-112 UCAS tariff points (from a maximum of four Advanced Level Qualifications). We welcome a range of qualifications that meet this requirement such as A/AS Levels, BTEC, Access Courses, International Baccalaureate (IB), Cambridge Pre-U, Extended Project etc.
If you didn’t study GCSEs / A-Levels and have non-traditional entry qualifications or relevant work experience we will be happy to consider your application. You’ll be required to attend an interview as part of the admissions process.
How to Apply
Each of our courses have different entry requirements and a different admission process. We encourage you to look at our course pages and the How to apply section for detailed information.
From choosing your desired course, writing your personal statement and submitting the application, you can count on our friendly Recruitment Team for help and guidance at every step of the way. Get in touch to make an initial appointment to discuss your situation.
The Bachelors of Science in Health and Social Care Degree investigates contemporary health issues and looks at different dynamics of the industry. There is a growing demand for health and social care workers who are not restricted by boundaries and can work flexibly to accommodate the increasingly complex health and social care needs of individuals, families and communities.
There are many fields to explore after graduating such as working in a hospital, within the community, as a counsellor or even an occupational therapist. By completing this course, you will gain a deeper understanding into the varied roles and responsibilities available to Health and Social Care Graduates.
How will the course be delivered?
For the September intake the course will initially be delivered digitally via Regent Digital. The delivery of the course will then move to our campuses for the traditional engagement, subject to the viability of groups and future guidance on social distancing. Regent College London cannot guarantee the campus choice.
If there are not enough students enrolled at a particular campus, the course will be delivered digitally via Regent Digital with the teaching happening at another location, but streamed at the campus.
What our students say
I thoroughly enjoy being a student at Regent College. As a mature student, I know that this is the right place for me because I have received immense and timely support from the day I made contact with the college and this has continued throughout. The college does not only focus on the student’s academic success but also provides services to ensure your mental well-being is not compromised. The lectures are interactive and you’re encouraged to take leadership for your own learning. Since joining Regent I can see a huge difference in my approach to learning and that’s given me confidence. There has been huge support since we moved to virtual lectures. The lecturers are constantly reminding students that they can be contacted by email or on MS Teams if we need any support with any aspect of our degree.
Regent College London is the best college in London because since I started studying there I can see they have the best teachers. The teaching is good and helpful and they are also really organised. If you have any problem in the college, the Student Services team is always is there to help you. For me, I think Regent College London is the best College in London.
My overall experience has been fantastic! I’ve made a great group of friends. My class size is small and we have a laugh with the tutors. The lessons are completely related to the job you want to do, and the course has made me rethink on what career I want because it leads you to many high paying jobs! I’ve learnt laws, legislation and skills that will benefit me in my career and its only my first year here! During the coronavirus, teaching has continued and tutors have been in regular contact to make sure I’m OK and to check if I need help. They’ve even worked out of hours to provide one to one support to get me through assignments! They’ve really gone above and beyond!
I will strongly recommend Regent College as they have shown me how to be confident in myself and also taught me how to achieve my aims and goals in my chosen career.
A very friendly and helpful college. Been an extremely pleasureful experience with welcoming and friendly staff and qualified patient and very supportive tutors. Infact the whole experience is being one of feeling of belonging to a family. Being an old person with disability, the encouragement and support I received leaves me overwhelmed with gratitude. I have no qualms to sincerely recommend students to choose Regents College as their first choice of their educational endeavours.
I really love the teachers, they take the extra time and effort to help me. The college helps me to keep my dreams alive. It is a warm place where i feel very comfortable. The environment is really supportive. And most importantly, the teachers made me realise that to achieve something one requires vision, self-motivation, determination and hard work.
I have received all the support that I needed as a student. I received prompt answers to all the questions I had. Great staff. I will highly recommend Regent College. The Director of Studies i in Harrow is very friendly, always smiling and supportive. Also the receptionist is very friendly and helped me every single time I need support.
The lecturers are very professional in carrying out their duties and they are very helpful and patient with the students regardless of their bad behaviour. I strongly recommend Regent College London as college to pursue higher education. The knowledge that I gained from learning at Regent College after attending classes for just two months is more than what I learned at another college where I was for two years.
It is my first year at Regent college studying a degree in Health and Social Care. The teaching is excellent and the environment is so clean which makes it a better place to study. I honestly like the staff because they are so polite. I am so lucky to studying here honestly.