Our Health and Wellbeing courses blend high quality teaching with practical work-based learning to create adaptable and skilled health, wellness and social care professionals.
Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.
Choose the perfect undergraduate Health and Wellbeing course for you.
Health and Social Care applies compassion and dignity to improve the welfare of service users. Find out more about our Top-up Health and Social Care degree.
Our Child & Adolescent Mental Health Foundation Degree covers all aspects of young people's mental health. Find out more about our course highlights, entry requirements, modules, career options and fees.
Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health top up degree will build your knowledge on the mental health of young people. Find out more about child mental health.
This course equips you with the expertise you will need to succeed as a practicing counsellor
This Health and Social Care foundation degree will help you explore your options and discover what you want to do in this vital sector.
This course has been carefully designed to equip you with the necessary skills, abilities and knowledge to thrive in health and social care and make a positive change for good.
This foundation year will equip you with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed on your journey towards a successful career in the healthcare profession.
Our Integrative Counselling BA is a one-year programme for qualified counsellors who wish to obtain a degree. Find out more about studying counselling on our counselling degree.
Read hey information about our Integrative Counselling Foundation Degree, including career progression, work placements and our partner college.
Read the stories of some of our recent students
Joanna Oyegbile, graduated with a degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Sarah Brook graduated with a degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Melanie Harrison graduated with a degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Read some recent blog posts written by some of our academics.
Dr Tanya Carter and Dr Helen Nicholas explain how we can make meaningful changes in our lives.
Dr Tanya Carpenter offers her thoughts on maintaining mental wellbeing.
Visiting us is the best way to get a feel for student life at the University of Worcester. Explore the campus, meet our lecturers and talk to current students.
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