Impatient to start your career as a Health and Social Care professional?
You're caring, compassionate, and hungry for change in health and social care. You're keen to advocate for the vulnerable and excited to push for fairer, more equitable health and social care for all.
Studying a health or social care course with us could be your first step to a career where you change the lives of thousands of others for the better. When you choose to study with us, you'll gain more than just a qualification. You'll be part of our learning community, and we've got plenty to offer. Check out our facilities, and find out more about the School of Health and Social Care here.
A career in health or social care is unbeatable in our book. Whether you’re looking to top up your qualifications to progress your current career, or whether you’re looking for a change of direction, we have something for you.
We offer a broad range of learning opportunities that can be adapted to suit your professional needs, including workshops, bespoke learning, credit-bearing modules and degree pathways.
When you choose to study with us, you'll gain more than just a qualification. You'll be part of our learning community, and we've got plenty to offer. Check out our facilities, and find out more about the School of Health and Social Care here.
Make sure you are up to date with what financial support could be available to you by checking out our Health and Social Care funding information.
Our multidisciplinary research addresses local, national, and international issues relating to health and social care policy and practice.
A research degree from Essex enables you to develop applied research skills and advance practice in your field. Our supportive team has international experience and they work collaboratively with service users and external organisations, giving you access to cutting-edge teaching and research.
Our research is organised into four research groups: Public health and social policy, Assessment and management of neuro-developmental and acquired disorders, Physical and mental health and wellbeing across the lifespan, and Pedagogy research for health and social care. Explore each group to find out more about our current projects and doctoral research, as well as a list of our academic staff, research staff and postgraduate students associated with each group.
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