Bsc (hons) Applied Health And Wellbeing in Bishop Grosseteste University

  • Duration : 3 years
  • Intake : Sep
  • Level : Undergraduate
  • Tuition & fees : £ 12,945 Per Year
  • IELTS : 0
  • TOEFL : 0
  • PTE : 0
  • University Course Details URL : Visit Website

About Bsc (hons) Applied Health And Wellbeing in Bishop Grosseteste University

The BSc (Hons) Applied Health and Wellbeing undergraduate course at BGU Lincoln explores health and wellbeing from perspectives of sport and exercise, health and social care, music for wellbeing, and counselling a specific focus on factors related to wellbeing.

Careers & Further study

The Applied Health and Wellbeing degree offers a firm base for students hoping to enter a variety of career pathways including, but not limited to, education-related, health, mental health or voluntary sector careers. Specific career opportunities may be in:

  • Health and Fitness Advisor
  • Health and Wellbeing Lead
  • Exercise on Referral Coordinator
  • Community development worker.
  • Education mental health practitioner.
  • Further education teacher.
  • Health improvement practitioner.
  • Public Health Practitioner,
  • Health Trainer and can lead to routes into Graduate entry programmes such as Occupational Therapy, Physios Nursing and Medicine

Universities and colleges set their own entry requirements for higher education courses, and these vary widely depending on the subject, the specific course, and the course provider. They set the entry requirements for each course to ensure you have the right skills and knowledge to successfully complete the course. These include:

  • qualifications, subjects, and exam grades – usually A levels, Advanced Highers or equivalent-level qualifications, are sometimes converted into UCAS Tariff points. Most courses will also expect you to have some pre-16 qualifications, such as GCSE English and maths, or their equivalents
  • your suitability – course descriptions often mention skills, interests, or experience it’s good to have, so look out for these details because applications can be quite competitive
  • an admissions test – less common, but check the course requirements to see if you’ll need to sit one. Some tests are held the year before the course start date
  • an interview – if you're invited to an interview, we'll let you know in your UCAS Hub after you've applied, but it might be worth doing some early preparation or putting together a portfolio if required
  • further requirements – it’s possible there may be health, financial, or Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) or Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) checks, which check if you have a criminal record. This information will be set out in the course details, and we provide tips and guides to help you with these requirements

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Tuition & fees :

£ 12,945


£ 12,945