Advocacy Undergraduate Courses

These courses are designed for people who have (or would like to have) experience in taking on an advocacy role for people who are vulnerable in today’s world, such as children, young people, older people, single people and families experiencing marginalisation because of economic hardship, physical or mental ill-health or disability, issues of education, work opportunities, or suitable housing.

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BA Advocacy

This unique programme embodies the increasing importance of advocacy and ‘giving a voice’ to those who are disempowered within society; this programme also requires students to engage with advocacy practice through placement opportunities.

Certificate of Higher Education in Advocacy

This programme is designed to allow students to explore a Higher Education course of Study at Degree entry level 4. It will help develop students’ understanding of advocacy and their skills in working with people who have vulnerabilities in a context of inequality and who need to articulate needs and access resources.

BA Social Studies: Health and Social Care

This unique programme embodies the continuing importance of Social Studies in policy-making. As well as engaging students in debates about social theory and policy, this programme provides students with placement opportunities, allowing them to reflect on professional practice, and enhance their ability to work with individuals from potentially disadvantaged backgrounds.

BA Social Studies: Additional Needs

This unique programme embodies the continuing importance of Social Studies in policy-making. As well as engaging students in debates about social theory and policy, this programme provides students with placement opportunities, allowing them to reflect on professional practice, and enhance their ability to work with individuals from potentially disadvantaged backgrounds.

BA Social Studies: Communities Families and Individuals

This unique programme embodies the continuing importance of Social Studies in policy-making. As well as engaging students in debates about social theory and policy, this programme provides students with placement opportunities, allowing them to reflect on professional practice, and enhance their ability to work with individuals from potentially disadvantaged backgrounds. 

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