Study for this two-year foundation degree while working in Early Years and make a difference for children and families by bringing leadership, skills and expertise to your workplace.
Study for this two-year foundation degree while working in Education. It is a first step towards teaching and SENCO roles if you have relevant experience, but do not yet have qualifications needed to join a teacher training course.
Learn how sport can be used to inspire young people and develop communities on this two-year foundation degree; we work closely with sports clubs and organisations and you'll enjoy varied work placements.
This four-year degree gives you hands on learning experience in the business world and the option to start your own business in the final year.
We are the UK’s first teacher training institution, established in 1838 and our teachers are the top earners in the South West and Wales (LEO data released by the Department for Education, 2017).
The ideal course for those who want to develop their professional expertise in education, our MA Education course centres on your own needs, research interests and work-based contexts.
Want to bring out the best in others? This part-time degree enables graduates who are already engaged in paid or voluntary work to explore the principles of coaching and mentoring and apply to their own roles.
This degree can be studied over one or two years enabling experienced youth workers to concentrate on their professional development and to progress to senior roles.
This flexible course fits study alongside your work commitments and enables you to study social policy in your own field.
Develop your understanding of issues such as special educational needs and disability, criminality, mental health and dementia and gain experience supporting a variety of different people. No previous psychology study required.
Prepare to become a chartered chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist, ideal for professionals working in sport and exercise performance, sport rehabilitation or health and wellbeing roles.
For sports science graduates who want to develop the clinical competencies needed to work as a Sport Rehabilitator; accredited by the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT).
Masters degree for those who want to enter or progress in the field of public health; with a part-time option of one day per week available.
The Master of Research (MRes) degree is a flexible project based programme supported by tutorials and taught research methods and is available across many subject specialisms.