Global Banking School (GBS)
The learning structure during the Foundation Year has been designed to develop your academic skills while uncovering essential topics relating to health and social care. What you learn during this year will provide a fundamental understanding of the sector and support your progression into the following years of the course.
80 UCAS tariff points (or above) or 60 Credit Ofqual qualification at Level 3.
All applicants are assessed by the admission team via interview for listening and speaking and for writing via a personal reflection statement.
Applicants aged 21+
If applicants do not meet the standard entry requirements, we will also consider those with life/work skills which would make them suitable for undergraduate study with a Foundation programme.
All applicants must be assessed by the admission team via interview for listening and speaking and for writing via a personal reflection statement.
Supervised Personal reflection statement
The following three years of the course will progressively build in levels of intensity, exploring key topics including behavioural influences in healthcare provision and how to deliver effective management across the sector. The quality of course materials will be matched by our experienced lecturers — giving you a wealth of experience and invaluable perspectives throughout the course.
The structure of this course ensures that you will be ready to embark on your new career — with the skills, practical experience and industry scope needed to be impactful in health and social care now and into the future.