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Society needs people who understand the whole health and social care system. At Edge Hill University, you’ll learn the skills you need to work in a range of settings and develop the empathetic mindset you need to deliver effective care. Your lecturers will share their own perspectives and talk about their research on subjects like domestic abuse and inequalities.

We’ll help you find invaluable placement opportunities in the NHS, local government services and social care. Having developed your confidence in the sector, you’ll be ready to take on a range of roles or move on to further study for clinical and non-clinical careers.

On this page you’ll find course presentations from our Health and Social Care academics, 360 tours of our facilities, videos and features to give you an insight into what it’s like to study Health and Social Care at Edge Hill. The presentations and videos are available to watch on demand at any time.

Course presentations

BSc (Hons) Health & Social Wellbeing

Facilities

The Faculty of Health and Social Care is one of the leading providers of education and training for health and social care professionals in the North West of England.

Offering some of the best facilities for health and social care students in the country, the innovative £14m Faculty of Health and Social Care building provides outstanding teaching and learning resources. These include leading edge clinical skills facilities, ten teaching rooms, an 860-seat lecture theatre and a number of social learning spaces.

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine 360 image tour

Videos and vlogs

At Edge Hill, you’ll learn the skills you need to work in a range of settings and develop the empathetic mindset you need to deliver effective care.
BSc Health and Social Wellbeing student Meggie talks about why she chose to study at Edge Hill.
An Edge Hill University student talks about their experience of studying a Health and Social Wellbeing degree.

What our students think

BA (Hons) Health & Social Wellbeing student Chloe Webb in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine building

Elderly people often get forgotten about – I chose this course so that I could help make social care better for them.

Chloe Webb

BA (Hons) Health & Social Wellbeing

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An image of Emma Canning

I can recommend the course as there’s a wide range of modules, covering everything from housing and social policy to international health, and all are really well taught.

Emma Canning

BA (Hons) Health & Social Wellbeing

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Throughout the course I have had a lot more support than I thought would be available, especially from my tutors, they really are there for you.

Lizzie Brighouse

BA (Hons) Health & Social Wellbeing

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