Study with us and be taught by academics who are prize-winning poets, novelists and story writers, many of whose publications have been recognised as internationally excellent or world leading.
Mathematicians and statisticians are in great demand, as employers value the logical, quantitative thinking and problem solving skills a mathematics degree provides - study with us and kick start your career.
Our Police Sciences degree supports the needs of police services, law enforcement agencies and the private security industry. You’ll not only develop the skills to operate effectively in a number of law enforcement and security roles, but you’ll also know how to manage and lead within these organisations.
Our location for fieldwork is second to none, with the Brecon Beacons National Park and Glamorgan Heritage Coast nearby. We offer a rich and diverse international portfolio of fieldwork too (additional costs apply). Learning in and through these locations will provide unforgettable experiences and essential skills.
Criminology is a topical, interdisciplinary subject that draws from sociology, psychology and law to examine the issues surrounding crime and the criminal justice system. Looking at how crime is defined, why people offend and the consequences of crime, criminology examines the role of the various agencies and institutions that make up the criminal justice system (e.g. police force).
A key feature of this course is the application of scientific knowledge to clinical scenarios using clinical simulation. You will also gain experience from intensive work placements in local NHS facilities - these provide first-hand experince of medicine and healthcare in a range of departments and disciplines.
Our psychology degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society. Our psychology labs will develop your practical skills, and you'll have access to tools including eye-tracking equipment and EEG machines.
Working with children and young adults is often rewarding and provides a
real opportunity to make a difference to the lives of others. Youth
workers change lives. Through youth and community services, they
inspire, educate and empower young people.
Social work is a challenging and rewarding career which focuses on people - from babies to older people. To practise as a social worker, you'll need a degree in social work in order to register with a regulatory council in the UK.
Sociology isn’t for the faint-hearted. You’ll study diverse topics, from consumerism to communism, racism to royalty, and trade unions to TV advertising.
Chiropractors are primary healthcare professionals who specialise in bones, joints, muscles and soft tissue. This often involves manipulation of the spine, but they are often consulted on the effects of musculoskeletal disorders on the nervous system and general health too.
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