June 24, 2019

Featured Degree: Health and Social Care with Management

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If you have been keeping up to date with the GSM London blog lately, then you will have no doubt been enjoying our recent selection of featured degrees, all designed to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision about your career.

Following our feature from last month regarding our Accounting & Finance degree, we have put together the following guide to a course that has been growing in popularity here at GSM London, our Health and Social Care with Management undergraduate degree.

Read on to find out more about this exciting course, its benefits and the career opportunities a healthcare management degree can lead to.

 BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care with Management

There can be little doubt that social work courses open up a plethora of opportunities for undergraduates completing their degree to an excellent standard. This is an industry that is ever changing and as such, our course has rapidly evolved over the years. Indeed, here are the sentiments of one of our Health and Social Care Management ambassadors;

The programme equips students with the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to be able to meet the challenges within this continuously changing environment.

Why Choose a Health and Social Care with Management Degree? 

If you are researching the various universities and institutions offering this fast paced and innovative degree course, then the likelihood is that you have been bombarded with information. Making this decision can be arduous to say the least so we have summed up just why a degree with GSM London is a prudent choice and in particular, why we think you should opt for health and social care.

  • Our Health & Social Care degree is ever changing and future proof, constantly updated in order to keep up with one of the fastest changing industries in the UK.
  • Our blend of management, health and social care disciplines ensure you develop all the vital skills required to tackle health and social policies at a global level.
  • The course is suitable for those already working in the industry and budding new students, making seminars and lectures interactive and great from a knowledge sharing perspective.
  • You will be taught by masters in the field using teaching methods that are second to none. If you see yourself as a bit of an entrepreneur and are looking to break into the social care and management sector, then our course should be considered a must.

What Are The Entry Requirements?

Entrants will require two full GCE A Level passes A*-E, the equivalent of 32 UCAS points and GSM London’s Foundation Year programme with a minimum of 120 credits. Anyone applying with additional merits such as work experience in the field or references will of course stand out against other applicants during the application process.

Health and Social Care Job Opportunities

There’s a huge demand for care workers, and that demand will only to continue to grow as we have already alluded to. With the adult social care services expanding, it’s expected that there will be an additional half a million jobs to fill by 2030.

As you can see, securing a degree in health and social care is the first step to a rewarding and interesting career in one of our most rapidly changing sectors. It’s a broad space and could well unlock opportunities in so many sub sectors from the NHS, to not for profit organisations and even the private sector.

One of the things that make this course so unique, is that the learning doesn’t have to stop once you have completed your degree. Graduates are welcomed to continue their studies upon completion, to keep developing and also help to develop tomorrow’s best talent.

Enquire Today with GSM London

Take the first step towards your BSc (Hons) Health & Social Care with Management degree. Simply phone us on 020 3797 4687 or find out more by clicking here.

1 thought on “Featured Degree: Health and Social Care with Management

  1. The Health and Social Care sector includes a wide range of roles, for example, health and social care worker, support assistant, GP administrator, care coordinator etc.
    The industry includes the work which takes place within hospitals, care homes, nursing homes, hospices and dental practices. Thus, this is one of the largest employment sectors in the UK, the main employer being the National Health Service (NHS), but positions also exist in the private and voluntary sector.
    Therefore, health and management course will help you to learn the skills required for roles in care settings and prepare to become a health and social care professional.

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