Three courses you could apply for in clearing 2021
Didn’t get into university?
Don’t panic, it’s not too late to apply. Thanks to the UCAS clearing process, many colleges and universities still have places available, even after the initial offers have been made.
Here are three great courses you could apply for in clearing 2021:
The Construction & Built Environment BTEC Level 4 HNC
What you’ll learn: This vendor accredited certification with professional body membership will provide you with a solid grounding in construction and the built environment, with a key focus on civil engineering. It’s a great alternative to a foundation degree that allows you to combine practical learning with part-time work.
How long does it take? 32 weeks, full-time and classroom based.
What are the entry requirements? 64 UCAS points or equivalent.
Where will it take me? This course will provide you with a clear set of skills and career goals, making jobs in site engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering, and transport engineering well within your reach. You could also choose to carry out further study to gain a BTEC Level 5 HNC qualification.
Perfect for: People who want to build on their career.
The Healthcare Management BSc (Hons)
What you’ll learn: Created by healthcare experts, this BSc will give you in-depth knowledge of managerial approaches to team and organisational development across a variety of healthcare contexts. You’ll explore core topics such as societal responsibility, healthcare policies, sustainability in health, and learn how to make a difference in healthcare environments.
How long does it take? 4 years, part-time and online.
What are the entry requirements? Potential students are assessed individually by a dedicated admissions team who will determine whether this is the right course for them.
Where will it take me? Once qualified, you’ll be able to pursue a career in the public, private, or community healthcare services on a global scale, working in management contexts such as hospital, project, or programme management.
Perfect for: People who want to improve the world of healthcare.
The Psychology BSc (Hons)
What you’ll learn: Accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), this BSc is an essential first step to becoming a qualified psychologist. Not only will you explore core areas of psychology, you’ll also get to choose from a range of optional modules that allow you to delve deeper into specific areas, such as addictive behaviours, autism, or ADHD.
How long does it take? 3 years, part-time and online.
What are the entry requirements? 104 UCAS points or equivalent, as well as GCSEs in Maths and English Language (minimum grade C).
Where will it take me? After completing this BSc, you’ll be eligible to carry out postgraduate study to become a professional psychologist. You could choose to train in areas such as clinical psychology, occupational, forensic or educational psychology.
Perfect for: People who want to find out the secrets of human behaviour.
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