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Applied Community & social Care Studies (Foundation Entry)

Foundation Entry • Level 3

Applied Community & social Care Studies (Foundation Entry)

Foundation Entry • Level 3

Type of LearningUniversity Study

Course CodeA4689

UCAS CodeHW10

Study ModeFull time.

DurationThe Foundation Entry is one year

Awarded ByUniversity of Central Lancashire

Location ByBurnley College

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About the course

If you want to study community and social care studies at university level with Burnley College  but don’t have a Level 3 formal qualification, this foundation entry degree is for you. Successfully complete it and you’ll be guaranteed a place on the BA (Hons) Applied Community and Social Care Studies degree with the Univesity of Central Lancashire. 

Type of LearningUniversity Study

Course CodeA4689

UCAS CodeHW10

Study ModeFull time.

DurationThe Foundation Entry is one year

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Awarded ByUniversity of Central Lancashire

Location ByBurnley College

Start Date/s

19/09/2022, 19/09/2022

Cost Information

Year 1 (delivered at Burnley College): The standard full time tuition fee rate for this course in 2020/21 for UK students is £9000 per year. Year 2 and 3 (delivered at UCLan): The standard full time tuition fee rate for this course in 2020/21 for UK students is £9250 per year. The standard full time tuition fee for the Foundation year for this course in 2020/21 is £6000.

Entry requirements

Our typical offer is 104-112 UCAS Points.  including GCSE Maths and English at grade C/4 or equivalent. Because the course requires students to undertake a work placement, which may involve work with children or vulnerable adults, applicants who are not already in relevant employment will be required to obtain a Statement of Disclosure (DBS), for which a processing fee will be payable. You will also be required to complete a face to face interview.

Modules

Information Management Understanding Individuals Families and Communities Working with Individuals Families and Communities Introduction to Asset Based Community Development Study Skills

Assessment

The learning environment on the programme includes a blended interactive online and in class delivery, workshops, and group work. Personal tutorials with your Year Lead, seminars and opportunities to access structured work experience in a community and/or social care setting. You will also have the opportunity to engage in independent study and group work projects. In addition, all students will have a Year Lead and student coach who will support you with any academic and pastoral issues as well as promoting your personal development. A variety of approaches are used in assessing work. Each subject has its own assessment requirements which take the form of essays, group and individual presentations, online portfolios, conference presentations and debates.

Careers & Progression

You’ll also have the opportunity to progress onto one of three other degree programmes: BA (Hons) Children, Schools and Families; Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care (mental Health) or the Foundation Degree in Children Young People and their Services at Burnley College. upon successful interview.

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