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An Adult Nursing degree can lead you to some of the most rewarding careers there are, working anywhere from hospitals, to people’s homes.
With an Analytical Chemistry and Forensic Science degree you can learn to apply science to real life, right through to the courtroom!
If you think you’re the kind of person who could help children and young people when they need it the most, this nursing course is for you.
If you’re passionate about a healthy lifestyle, taking our Dietetics BSc can mean you become qualified to offer nutrition advice to others.
How do you become a nutritionist? Start with a Food and Nutrition degree! Then you can start your career in this hugely popular industry.
If you love food and want to uphold the quality and safety of restaurants, this course could teach you how to make a career out of it.
This hands-on nursing course aims to help you make real changes to the lives of people with learning disabilities.
If you hope for a rewarding career, a Mental Health Nursing degree can train you to help the 1 in 4 of us now expected to need treatment.
This shortened 88-week course in Midwifery can lead to a rewarding career caring for mothers and their babies when they need it most.
There are few courses out there more rewarding and heart-warming than a Midwifery BSc, which can lead to an equally rewarding career.
If you’re a nurse but would like to complete your studies to degree level while working, you can, with a Nursing Post Registration BSc.
If you are an international student and would like to ‘top-up’ your existing nursing qualifications, this 1-year programme could be for you.
This exciting degree explores the physiological, biochemical and psychosocial aspects of nutrition as well as food science and food safety.
Would you like to feel like your day job improves people’s quality of life? An Occupational Therapy BSc could teach you to support others.
Do you thrive under pressure? The Operating Department Practice DipHE can lead to a rewarding career in a hospital’s operating department.
A Paramedic Science DipHE is an important step into a career where you’ll be challenged every day to face the unexpected and help others.
If you care for others and enjoy helping people in need, a Physiotherapy degree could suit you as well as stimulate your mind.
This course could mean you top up your existing knowledge of Public Health to a BSc degree, helping you to help others.
There aren’t many careers or degree courses that make you feel like you’re giving back to society in the way Social Work can.
If the dream of going professional in your favourite sport has ended, a Sports Therapy BSc is a fantastic gateway to a career in sport.