BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care with Foundation Year (UOB)
Health and Social Care plays a critical role in today’s society. You will gain skills that will help you make a difference to the daily lives of vulnerable people by studying the BSc (Hons) in Health and Social Care.
Delivered in partnership with the University of Bolton, the BSc (Hons) in Health and Social Care is delivered in excellent teaching facilities which provide a stimulating learning environment that will be both engaging and memorable. This Foundation Year Course offers you the opportunity to develop the values, practice skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in the global health and social care environment.
Our highly experienced and dedicated team will lead you in an exploration of the principles of care, professional values, attitudes and behaviour, ethical practice of care, promoting physical and mental health and emotional wellbeing and safeguarding and promoting diversity and inclusion. Our focus is on helping you become a knowledgeable, compassionate, and person-centred care professional.
Why should I complete the BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care with Foundation Year?
This degree will give you a good foundation, allowing you to work in a wide range of statutory, voluntary and independent settings, including local authority teams, health promotion projects, refugee and asylum service hospitals, sheltered accommodation, hospices and day centres, and residential care units.
In addition, graduates with a health and social care background are also in a good position to be considered for careers in health education and health promotion, welfare, health research, community mental health and commissioning and care management services.
Graduates may seek roles as service managers and coordinators, in advocacy, education and training, or as technicians and support workers helping children and families, older and disabled people, drug and alcohol abusers, and people with mental health problems.
- Self-Reflection and Self-Presentation (FND3000)
- Reading Modern Society (FND3001)
- The Individual and Society (FND3002)
- Research Methods in Social Science (FND3003)
- The World of Work (FND3004)
- Reading Contemporary Society (FND3005)
- Communication and Information Technology (HSO4000)
- Legal and Ethical Issues (HSO4001)
- Introduction to Social Policy (HSO4002)
- Using Research Evidence (HSO4003)
- Principles of Care (HSO4004)
- Anatomy & Physiology for Health and Social Care (HSO4007)
- Group Dynamics and Working in Teams (HSO5000)
- Planning Care Delivery (HSO5002)
- Work-based Experience (HSO5003)
- Health Promotion - Challenges and Opportunities (HSO5004)
- Social Inclusion, Empowerment and Health (HSO5005)
- Employability Skills (HSO5006)
- Research Proposal/Methods (HSO6000)
- Compassionate Health and Social Care (HSO6001)
- Dissertation/Research Project (HSO6002)
- Safeguarding Children (HLT6027)
- Developing Child and Family Health and Wellbeing (HLT6029)
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (HLT6012)
- Care of the Older Person (HLT6015)
- Contemporary Mental Health (HLT6060)
- UCAS points: 48
- Level 3: Any subjects are acceptable
- GCSEs: Five at grade C or above / grade 4 to 9
- IELTS: 5.0 with no less than 4.5 in any band (Non-native speakers)
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.
A degree in health and social care looks at health in its broad context and investigates contemporary health issues. There’s 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.
This Foundation Year degree will also enable you to develop a range of key transferable employability skills, including written and verbal communication skills, IT skills, and the ability to work independently and in a team, research and data analysis skills, and the ability to provide support and guidance.
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 in London for the traditional engagement, subject to the viability of groups and future guidance on social distancing. Regent College London cannot guarantee the campus choice.
Students will also be given the option of blended learning, where they will attend digital classes for one day and attend classes at campus for traditional engagement for one day, subject to the viability of groups and future guidance on social distancing.
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.
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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.
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My academic needs are fully meet within a collaborative, encouraging and friendly environment. The importance of education is addressed in well structured program, adequately chosen modules and engaging classes. I do recommend Regent College London and wishing growing success.
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.
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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.
The great thing about Regent College London is its campus location in central London. The newly refurbished campus is well equipped with state of the art technology. Our teachers did an awesome job during the COVID-19 pandemic by keeping the class running flawlessly through digital lessons.
I would recommend the college because of the professionalism shown by the tutors and the attention they give to us students, so we thatcan progress. They are also very friendly and when we don’t understand something they spend time to explain the concepts to us properly.
I joined Regent college in 2018 to do a 4 year business management degree that included a foundation year. It is one of the best decisions that I have ever made. The staff are very kind and helpful, the teachers are professional and the facilities are excellent. I could not ask for more.
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.