You’re interested in education and studying BA (Hons) Education Studies will certainly keep your options open when it comes to employment - but do you know about the range of careers that will be open to you once your course is complete?
The School of Education and Social Work has an excellent employment record with 98.9 per cent of our undergraduate students in work or further study six months after graduation*. Take a look and find out where you could be in the future! And remember, with many graduate schemes accepting applicants from all subject areas, this is just a taste of the opportunities on offer...
*Latest Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2016/17)
As a youth worker, you would work productively in your local communities supporting and generating youth or, indeed, life-long learning projects. You may work with local schools, arts foundations or universities as part of their widening participation programmes.
Art galleries, museums and theatres often employ educational advisors/outreach workers. Graduates of this programme would be informed, articulate and confident and therefore ideal for these roles. The placement in the second year could also help you prepare for such a post.
This course will leave you extremely well-placed to undertake a PGCE in Primary Education. A PGCE is a one-year course which provides you with the training and experience required to become a successful primary school teacher. We offer the course here at the University with specialisms available in Mathematics and Special Educational Needs.
Education Studies considers issues of injustice and many of you are likely to feel passionately about working in social services to support the most vulnerable members of our community. Social Services need committed, analytical, compassionate new leaders and as a graduate of this course, you will fit the bill.