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Get Into Social Sciences & Health

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Rachel Phyall

on 10 November 2014

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Transcript of Get Into Social Sciences & Health

In this presentation we will look at...
The courses on offer
The UCAS process
What the University of Sunderland could offer you
What Can I Do?
Higher National Diploma or Foundation Degree at a partner college or through the University for 2 years and then later choose to do a top up year at University
You could enter a full 3/4 year degree course at undergraduate level
Childhood Studies
The Police
Prison Service
Youth Justice
Community Work
Urban Development
Local and national government
Criminal Courts
Probation Service
Post-graduate qualifications
Drug and alcohol services
Arrest Referral Work
Primary/Post 16
Marketing and research
The Police
Social Work
Voluntary Agencies
Health Development and Promotion
Mental Health
Health Research
Drug and Alcohol Services
Community Development
Hospice and End of Life Care
Working with Children
Working with Vulnerable and/or Marginalised Groups
Social Work
Health and Social Care
Youth Work
Youth Justice Teams
Health Authorities
Sports Development
Youth Drugs Projects
Youth Offending Teams
Community Work
Drugs Services
Welfare Rights
Health and Trainee Probation
Housing Associations
Community and
Youth Work Studies
Social Work
Public Health
The Police
Prison Service
Youth Justice
Community work
Urban Development/Regeneration
Local/National Government
Arrest Referral Work
Criminal Courts
Probation Services
Voluntary Agencies
Community Development
Mental Health
Drug & Alcohol Services
Get Into...
Social Sciences

Childhood Studies BA (Hons)
Drug and Alcohol Worker
Public Health Practitioner
Stop Smoking Adviser
Manager for Community Projects
Environmental Campaigner
Health & Social Care Support Worker
Nursing Assistant
Social Worker
Caring Personal service occupations
Public Service Professionals
Social Welfare Associate Professionals
Community and Youth Work Studies BA (Hons)
Criminology BA (Hons)
Can be combined with another subject in our Combined Subjects Programme
Alternatively you could study this course as part of our Combined Subject Programme
Health and Social Care BA (Hons)
Sociology BA (Hons)
Public Health BSc (Hons)
Social Work BA (Hons)
Entry Requirements
Find Out More...
BTEC Diploma DMM is 280 Points
BTEC Certificate DD is 240
We accept a maximum of
points from Level 3 Key Skills qualifications
GCSE C or above, in Maths and English Language
or a minimum of Level 2 Key Skills in Communication and Application of Number
Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service Check
(used to be CRB)
Additional Requirements
Do Your Research...
University Prospectus
University Websites
UCAS website
University Open Days
Know your Predicted Grades
Points are accumulated by eligible qualifications.
There is no maximum number of points you can achieve.
Further Study Options
You could always decide that you want to continue on to further study. These are some of the options available...
Save the Date...
Key Dates for UCAS - put them in your diary!!
15th October - Deadline for applications for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Sciences. This is also the deadline for Cambridge and Oxford.
1st September - UCAS start accepting applications
15th January - Deadline for all other courses.
Personal Details
This is some of the information you will need to fill out on your UCAS application...
Name and contact details
Social Work MA
Special Needs and Inclusive Education MA
PGCE, education and teaching Courses
Nursing MSc
Public Health MSc
How do Admission Tutors make their decisions?
Predicted Results
Existing Qualifications
Academic Reference
There are a variety of progression routes available to you after your course.
Personal Statement
Personal Statements
This is
chance to sell yourself!
The ideal personal statement should include...
Skills & Strengths
What's On Offer?
Get Into... Series
Student Shadowing
Open Days
Twilight Tours
Individual Tours
Discover US days
1st Choice Progression Scheme
Summer School
Health and Social Care
There are lots of ways to find out about University.
Here's what the University of Sunderland can offer you...
Open Days

Saturday 7th June 2014, 10.00AM - 4.00PM
Tuesday 19th August 2014, 10.00AM - 4.00PM
For more info visit www.sunderland.ac.uk
Any criminal convictions
If you have a disability or special needs
You can choose to disclose if you are a Care Leaver
Specific details, dates & grades for all qualifications
Parental information (optional)
Health & Social Care FdA
(Foundation Degree)
2 Years at a Partnership College
Sunderland College
Can be combined with another subject through our Combined Subjects Programme
Top Up Health and Social Care BA (Hons)
1 Year at University of Sunderland
(Part-time option available)
Employability is embedded throughout the course, which is approved by the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC)
Alternatively you could study this course as part of our Combined Subject Programme
Honours Degree
260 UCAS points
Foundation Degree
80 UCAS points
The college add's a reference to your application to they will need it earlier - sometimes in October!
Preparing your UCAS Form
Thank you, any questions?
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