Our Midwifery course is accredited by UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative.
We have positive links with the local University Health Board (BCUHB) and other care providers in North Wales, and North West England.
Health and Well-being offers a work placement in your second year to help improve your workplace skills and give your CV a healthy boost. Depending on your interests this might involve you working with a school or community group, or even as part of Public Health Wales.
Radiography, Midwifery and Nursing are still NHS Bursary funded, providing payment of all tuition fees and grant support towards living costs available to students from across the UK & EU.
There will be opportunities to experience bilingual practice in some parts of your placements.
We have Experienced Researchers and Lecturers in Health/Social Care and Well Being.
We offer conferences, seminars and workshops on key health and social care issues.
An accreditation of Prior Learning Scheme, so that previous academic experiences may be accredited.
We have one of the largest Peer Guiding schemes.
We have commissioned places for some modules and courses particularly for BCUHB and WAST employee.