Undergraduate degrees in Human and Health Sciences
Our undergraduate degrees
- Adult Nursing, Swansea, BSc
- Adult Nursing (at our Carmarthen campus), BSc
- Child Nursing, BSc
- Health and Social Care, BSc
- Healthcare Science (Audiology), BSc
- Healthcare Science (Cardiac Physiology), BSc
- Healthcare Science (Nuclear Medicine), BSc
- Healthcare Science (Radiotherapy Physics), BSc
- Healthcare Science (Respiratory and Sleep Sciences), BSc
- Medical Sciences and Humanities, BSc
- Mental Health Nursing, Swansea, BSc
- Midwifery, BMid
- Osteopathy, M.Ost*
- Paramedic Science, DipHE**
- Psychology, BSc
- Social Work, BSc
- Social Policy, BSc
Joint honours degrees available...
- Criminology & Social Policy, BSc
- Economics and Social Policy, BScEcon
- Politics and Social Policy, BA
- Social History & Social Policy, BA
*Master of Osteopathy
**Higher Education Diploma
There are lots of international opportunities available for students at Swansea University - you may be able to work, study or attend a summer placement abroad. Find out more about this and why you should take advantage of these trips, by visiting our international pages:
Some degree schemes allow you to participate in a semester abroad in your second year as part of a three year degree scheme. For more information click here.
You can discover what makes the Swansea University experience unique here: www.swansea.ac.uk/undergraduate/why-swansea/
There are also lots of reasons to study at the College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University...
- 99% of nursing, midwifery, and healthcare sciences students from Swansea University are employed in graduate level jobs within six months of graduating.
- We have a strong research culture with over 20 professorial staff, and a total of 270 academic staff.
- The College is the Welsh Government’s preferred provider for Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedic Science, Healthcare Science (Audiology), Healthcare Science (Respiratory) and Healthcare Science (Nuclear Medicine or Radiotherapy)professional pre-registration education in south west Wales, and Social Care for Wales’s preferred provider of social worker preparation.
- The psychology department was the first to be awarded an ‘excellent’ rating by the higher education funding council for the quality of its teaching environment.
- A recent research assessment exercise ranked research in social work and social policy at Swansea University the best in Wales.
- The Complete University Guide for 2011 has ranked our social work degree as the best in Wales, and one of the top ten programmes in the UK.
- Head of College, Professor Melanie Jasper, is an independent member of the Hywel Dda Local Health Board, bringing the University and Health Board closer together, and reinforcing existing links for teaching and research.
Welsh language opportunities
There are lots of opportunities to use your Welsh language skills (or to learn new ones!) at Swansea University.
Even before you arrive at Swansea, you can feel comfortable about speaking your preferred language by taking advantage of a Welsh medium interview.
If you are successful in securing a place on one of our courses, you’ll get a Welsh language pocketbook outlining important health and social care vocabulary. You can download this here: Gofalu Trwy'r Gymraeg/Caring Through Welsh
Our students are also offered the chance to have a Welsh speaking personal tutor, present essays and assessments in Welsh, and use Welsh language textbooks in the library and Welsh language software on the University PCs. Our optional Welsh in the Workplace module is also available to students who want to supplement their studies.
If you plan to study a course with a practical element – like Nursing, Midwifery, Osteopathy, Paramedic Science or any of the healthcare sciences, you can also use your language skills out on placement, and choose to have clinical practice assessments through the medium of Welsh and receive a Welsh speaking mentor.
Most importantly, all of these opportunities will make graduates from the College of Human and Health Sciences more employable - as they’ll be able to care for patients in their preferred language.
Please note: If you are planning to study at our Carmarthen campus, there are no halls of residence at the St David's Park site, but if you need to find somewhere to live, our staff will do their very best to help you find housing in the private sector.
Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP
Tel: +44 (0)1792 295789 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org