We place a strong emphasis on your employability after graduation, so you’ll put your theory into practice through several work placements. You’ll develop skills and knowledge appropriate to multi-agency working in a range of health, education and social care professional practice placements. Working with children, young people and families involves examining and developing an understanding of the way that society is structured and how this impacts on the lives of individuals, families and their communities. There is also an opportunity for students to study abroad for one semester in year 2, and spend time at one of our English-speaking, partner universities in countries renowned for high quality childcare, such as Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. See our website for more information.