Careers Information

A pair of feet

To become a registered podiatrist you will need to study and achieve a BSc (Hons) Podiatry Degree.

Ambulance

A Paramedic is a specialist healthcare professional who provides immediate response to emergency medical 999 and 111 calls.

Psychology Careers

Psychology is the study and science of the mind. The human brain is the most complex machine on the planet. It's the source of all thought and behaviour.

Nutrition and Dietetics are related and overlapping fields of study.

Social Science Pathway

Sociology helps us to know ourselves better, since it examines how society affects the way we think, feel, and act.  It can also help influence decisions and policy-making at every level of society

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists diagnose, assess and look for solutions to communication disorders, working with adults, children in schools, hospitals and the community.

A Paramedic is a specialist healthcare professional who provides immediate response to emergency medical 999 and 111 calls.

a microscope lens

Biology is the study of life itself, including human, animal and cell life. A degree in Biology gives you flexibility in the career you will go on to choose.

Social Science Pathway

Social science covers various categories of academic disciplines, concerned with society and the relationships among individuals within a society.

Electrotherapy

Physiotherapists help people affected by illness, injury or disability through movement, manual therapy, exercise and education.

Pollution

Environmental Health is the branch of health care that focuses on the relationships between people and their environment, promotes human health and well-being, and works towards healthy and safe co

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with people who have problems with their physical or mental health, or learning disabilities.

Podiatrists (also referred to as Chiropodists) specialise in medical care of the foot, ankle and lower leg.

Social workers support individuals and families through difficult times and ensure that vulnerable people, including children and adults, are safeguarded from harm.

Biomedical Science

A biomedical science degree (BSc. Hons) enables graduates to pursue careers in NHS pathology centres, forensic science laboratories, research institutions and pharmaceutical industries.

An operating theatre

The role of an operating department practitioner (ODP) is diverse and includes a wide range of skills working with service care users before, during and after operations.

Access to Radiography

There are two main routes into Radiography. Diagnostic Radiographers create radiographs, with the help of x-rays, to help diagnose disease or trauma.

Healthcare rofessionals looking at an X-Ray

If you are interested in a job in social or health care, then a Health Sciences degree will equip you to pick from a number of related careers such as Health Promotion Specialist or Health Service

A degree in Genetics (BSc. Hons) enables graduates to study the science of genes and work out how heredity or variations of cells and organisms behave.

Chiropractic Care
A lot of chiropractors work with sports teams and athletes to get them to perform to the best of their ability. Other chiropractic carers work in education, rehabilitation, specialise in sports medicine, neurology, or research.
Dental hygienist

Dental hygiene/Therapy is the care of people's teeth and gums, in order to prevent tooth decay, the need for fillings, gum disease and other problems that can arise from poor oral health.