Young People, Family and Community with Sandwich Placement BA (Hons)

University of Wolverhampton

Student rating
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( 3.8) 703 reviews


Course info

UCAS CODE L594
The Young People, Family and Community degree will develop the skills and knowledge required for a range of careers working with young people, families and the communities where they live. There is an increasing need for graduates to work in the field of family support and community work as well as increasing opportunities to work directly with young people and this course is designed to prepare you for these roles.The course is suitable for people new to this area or experienced staff... READ MORE

Key stats

Uni rankings

WUSCA student ranking
WUSCA student ranking
These are the 2019 rankings, based on ratings given by past and current students.
130th / 131
CompUniGuide ranking
Complete University Guide Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2019
129th
CompUniGuide subject ranking
Complete University Guide Subject Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2019
71st

Start date and duration

Start date
21-SEP-20
Sandwich
4 Years

Childhood and Youth Studies

Drop-out rate
Drop-out rate
The percentage of students who didn't finish the course.
Calculated by 100% - (% of students continuing course + % of students completed course)
100 - 86 = 14% Drop-out rate
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

2:1 or above
2:1 or above
The percentage of students who graduated with a 2:1 degree or better.
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

Employment rate
Employment rate
The percentage of students in full-time work 6 months after finishing their course.
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

Average salary
Average salary
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

After 6 months
Childhood and Youth Studies graduate salary at this uni
£14,000
UK Childhood and Youth Studies graduate salary
£17,000

Modules
These are the sub-topics that you will study as part of this course
Source: IDP Connect, May 2019

Entry requirements
Entry requirements
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Choose Exam type Grades / Points required
A level
Details

Previous study
Previous study
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.
Source: HESA, 2018

Childhood and Youth Studies

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
Psychology
31%
Health & Social Care
23%
Sociology
22%
Religious Studies & Theology
15%
English Literature
15%

Tuition fees

For students from

Students from Domestic
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Students from Other UK
Other UK Fees
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£9,250 per year
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Students from England Students from England
England Fees
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£9,250 per year
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Students from Scotland Students from Scotland
Scotland Fees
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£9,250 per year
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Students from Wales Students from Wales
Wales Fees
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£9,250 per year
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Latest Children / Youth (Social Work) reviews

Children / Youth (Social Work)
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Kerry
15 Jan 18

Early Childhood Studies with Foundation Year BA (Hons)

It's been good I don't really stay on site I just go in for input grab my books then go home as have kids to sort out...

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University of Wolverhampton
CompUniGuide ranking
129th
Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
( 3.8)
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Set in the heart of England, the University of Wolverhampton will be generating £250 million to invest in new facilities for students over the next few years. There are three main campuses spread out in Wolverhampton, Telford and Walsall. The university has 18 different schools, within four main faculties: Arts Education, Health and Wellbeing Science and Engineering Social Sciences Wolverhampton has been named as one of the most cost friendly cities in the UK (meaning your drinks money can last as long as your tins of beans), and even the university itself has been named the ‘friendliest’ in the West Midlands according to former students. Birmingham is only 20 minutes away, while London, Manchester and Liverpool are also in easy reach on the train and bus.

Where you'll study

University of Wolverhampton

Admissions Unit
Camp Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 1AD United Kingdom Nearest train station: Wolverhampton  0.2 miles away

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