Social care is a fulfilling career. Working in social
care will allow you to meet the needs of individuals by providing
practical support to help people live their lives
Our graduates enter a wide range of careers, particularly in the
public and not-for-profit sectors. Roles include care management,
social research, community work and health promotion.
You will offer personal support and care to those in need. This
may be working with children or families, young people or people
with mental health or learning disabilities. Your role could be
within a variety of settings, for example a residential home or
working within a community setting.
Whichever role you choose to go into, you can be assured that
your job will involve doing something worthwhile to make a
difference to someone's life.
The courses available at the University of Wolverhampton will
allow you to study social care along with another subject
where you will gain a deeper understanding about the issues
surrounding social care. This will provide you with adequate
knowledge and skills to use once graduated and employed in the
social care sector.
You can choose from:
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