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BSc (Hons) Degree

Child & Youth Studies T P-UP

Career Progression SEN Teaching Professional Average wage £45,825

Who is this course for?

How will I be assessed?

People who have completed their Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies and want to progress further.

There are no exams, so you’ll be assessed through a range of reflective tasks, essays, creative presentations, portfolios, reports and on your practice placement.

What will I study? You’ll study the following modules: n Independent study n The professional practitioner n Social policy: context and implications You will choose (depending on availability) two from the below modules: n Thinking creatively n Special educational needs and disability n Leadership and management for practitioners

What qualifications could I achieve? BA Hons in Child and Youth Studies (Year 3 Top-Up).

Key Facts Full Time Duration: 1 year How to apply: Direct to the College

Leaving destinations Once you have completed this course, there are a number of career options open to you. Previous graduates have built careers in inclusion, mentoring learning, SEN support and in supporting children and young people in an educational context. You could also teach, and go on to study a PGCE primary or early years to teach at primary school level.

What qualifications or experience do I need? Completion of the Foundation Diploma in Early Childhood Studies (with minimum of 4 units at 10 or higher) and internal reference from early childhood studies foundation degree tutor. Please ensure you bring a handwritten personal statement of approx. 200 words about why you want to work in Childcare to your interview.

For the latest information please visit, email: or call 020 8266 4000


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