Associate Continuing Healthcare Practitioner FdSc

University of Bedfordshire

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We are seeking accreditation for this course to be a HTQ.The course is delivered through a multidisciplinary approach where a range of topics are taught by a range of health and social care professionals (eg nurses, allied health practitioners, social workers etc) which means the learning will benefit from expert knowledge from those with real experience of working in the health and social care sector.This course provides learners the opportunity to develop the necessary skills, knowledge and ... READ MORE

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2 Years

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£6,165 per year
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£6,165 per year
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More info: The mentioned fee is for 2022/23 year entry. There might be a slight increase in 2023/24 year entry..

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Latest Health Studies reviews

Health Studies
Student Reviewer
03 Mar 15

Health and Social Care BA (Hons)

I like university. The timetable and freedom to pick modules in the third year is the best bit of the course. There...
Student Reviewer
03 Mar 15

Health and Social Care BA (Hons)

I've enjoyed my time here and I think I would recommend this uni to other people. The accommodation could be improved,...

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How Health Studies students rated:

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University of Bedfordshire
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Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
( 3.8)
With around 20,000 students, the University of Bedfordshire is considered a large uni. It's split over five main sites in and around Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas, meaning all campuses are within relatively easy reach of London. Across the various sites, a vibrant and diverse student community exists, with various social, educational and sporting facilities on each campus. Students can choose from around 180 different undergraduate degrees, some of which can be done on a part-time basis, all of which look to give students practical, real-world experiences that help prepare graduates for the professional world. These opportunities give students the chance to develop employability skills and experiences that are wanted by graduate employers.

Where you'll study

University of Bedfordshire

Park Square Luton
LU1 3JU United Kingdom Nearest train station: Luton  0.2 miles away

Other academic departments

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Our STEM building is part of a £180m investment in our facilities to transform our campuses and provide the best possible experience for our students. Opened in September 2019 at the Luton campus, the building is dedicated to... READ MORE

Creative Arts and Social Sciences

The recently established School of Arts and Creative Industries seeks to nurture and support the creative development of our students and equip them with the skills needed to succeed in their chosen careers within the Creative... READ MORE