Health and WellbeingLeeds Trinity University
排名: 122 (The Complete University Guide)
地點: Leeds Trinity University
課程長度: 18 months
Leeds Trinity University 將每位學生視為一個獨立的個體，學校致力於提供每個學生最適合自己的課程，讓學生充分挖掘自身的潛能。 如果您對這間學校有興趣，歡迎來找我們的顧問聊聊！
Leeds Trinity University has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
Health and wellbeing is a rapidly changing and challenging area both nationally and internationally.This course aims to equip future senior leaders and strategic thinkers in health and wellbeing with the knowledge, skills and expertise to enable them to take a leading role in responding to these complex issues.This course offers a full or part-time route to develop understanding, knowledge and expertise across a broad range of health and wellbeing subjects including mental health, weight management, the healthy environment, workplace wellbeing, healthy ageing, and contemporary issues.The course considers national and international trends and challenges in enabling sustainable population health and wellbeing, alongside developing students' academic and professional skills to support both future career advancement and further research.Health and wellbeing practitioners work alongside active researchers and experienced lecturers to help you follow your passion for improving the health and wellbeing of others. You will develop the skills and knowledge to understand the bigger picture in health and wellbeing strategy, policy and intervention planning, as well as focusing on the challenges to maintaining health and wellbeing for marginalised groups. Inequalities in health and wellbeing persist despite action being taken at multiple levels. You will develop the ability to analyse the complexity of responding to diverse needs, and develop solutions that are grounded in theory, based in evidence and are pragmatic and workable. This will enhance your employment prospects as you will be building your own problem-solving expertise within this field.By the time you graduate, you will be able to apply your expertise and demonstrate that you are able to become a leader in this area going forwards.
Leeds Trinity University is committed to recruiting students with talent and potential and who we feel will benefit greatly from their academic and non-academic experiences here. We treat every application on its own merits; we value highly the experience you illustrate in your personal statement. The following information is designed to give you a general overview of the qualifications we accept. If you are taking qualifications that are not included below, please contact our Admissions Office who will be happy to advise you. Usual entry requirements are an undergraduate degree in a related area at 2:2 classification or above. Alternatively, applicants with an undergraduate degree in an unrelated area, but with subsequent work-related experience in health and wellbeing, are encouraged to apply. We are able to consider applications from people who do not have a formal academic background, but who have significant and substantial work experience in an area relevant to health and wellbeing, through an application and assessment process. Additionally, applicants who have studied similar areas at postgraduate level can apply for accreditation of their prior certificated learning, where the learning outcomes for their former study can be mapped to the learning outcomes for this course.
The International Team is on hand to answer any questions that students from outside the UK may have before or during their studies. This starts with the welcome and orientation program that includes collection from the airport as well as an Intro week that helps students get to grips with their new home and find all the facilities they will need. The week includes a number of social events to get involved with. The website also has information for application sorted by country as well as English language skills for those to whom it isnâ€™t a native language. The Student Union offers representation and support for the students at the university and is a member of the National Unions of Students (NUS). All students are automatically members and the union provides a range of services for its members. It organises the clubs and societies for students to enjoy outside the classroom as well as offering support and advice for members on academic and non-academic matters. There is a range of traditional and modern sports taking place at the university. These include football for men and women, both forms of rugby, cricket and hockey. The sports clubs make use of recently refurbished facilities including a sports hall, fitness suite, gym and squash courts as well as rugby/football pitches, tennis courts and a running track. There is also a state of the art 3G all-weather pitch. Societies range from interest groups such as the film or creative writing society to academic subjects such as psychology and into the performing arts with dance groups. Students can also get involved in the running of the union as well as volunteer and charity groups to help give back to the community.