Our graduates get excellent careers working both in public and private sector, some examples are:
- Public Health Analyst (starting salary £32,585)
- Residential Home Manager (starting salary £32,500)
- Children’s Home Deputy Manager (£28,000).
Our students also have excellent postgraduate opportunities such as following a route to social work, adult or mental health nursing, public health, or opt to follow an academic route completing a teaching qualification (PGCE) and become lecturers in further education.
One of our graduates has successfully completed this qualification after graduating and she is now a lecturer at Cheshire College (starting salary range: £24,000 - £34,500).
Our graduates also have opportunities to work as research assistants (we have one working with us currently) and even undertake research postgraduate qualification.
Successful completion of this course will place you in a position to take full advantage of a diverse range of graduate-level health and social care positions, not only within the public sector, such as the Local Authority, National Health Service (NHS), Public Health England but also the not-for-profit (voluntary) and private/independent health and social care sectors.
Some examples of these roles include:
- The provision of health and social care, such as working with vulnerable adults, children and the elderly
- Management and administration positions within health and social care organisations
- Public health and community development-related roles, such as health promotion, public information and health training
- Personnel and resource management posts in the private sector, local authorities and voluntary organisations
- Policy-oriented work (including lobbying and advocacy) in the NHS, local government or voluntary sector
- Research and evaluation of health and social care services
This degree programme is also excellent preparation for research or postgraduate study.
All students have access to Career Connect, our dedicated careers team.