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University of Bedfordshire

Healthcare Practice FdSc

Foundation degree
2 years
Tuition fee

Course description

  • Information
  • Requirements

The Healthcare Practice FdSc degree programme is designed to develop the student’s ability to provide the best possible healthcare. The student should explore the principles of patient care and learn about real cases that they might experience in their professional work.

Why study for an FdSc Healthcare Practice degree?

  • Students graduate with additional professional qualifications that open up career paths.
  • The course develops skills desired by employers
  • Students acquire the highest quality knowledge to provide healthcare services

What skills does the graduate acquire?

  • The Healthcare Practice FdSc degree programme covers health policy and quality improvement in the healthcare sector.
  • Students learn from real-life case studies
  • Students receive training on health standards
  • Analytical, teamwork and critical thinking skills are developed

Where can you study the course?

If you are planning to study an FdSc Healthcare Practice degree in England, we recommend the University Square campus in Luton.

This course is organized by:
School of Society, Community and Health

This course awards the qualifications:
Foundation Degree

Foundation year:

Pre-settle/Settle status/UK passport*/indefinitive leave to remain


Two years’ working experience(CV)
High school or technical school leaving certificate with an average of 3.0/ Baccalaureate passed at 45% overall

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 4.5pct level (scale 1-8)

Year one:

Pre-settle/Settle status/ British passport/indefinitive leave to remain


Baccalaureate passed with an average of 60% in all subjects

Language test:

Internal language test passed at 5.5pts (scale 1-8)
*People who only hold a UK passport can only apply through our agency if they are over 25 years of age