Do you work in Healthcare and want to progress to a management role? Learn while you earn with Arden University

January 26, 2017

Have you considered training to take your career in health and social care to the next level, but think you don’t have the time? If so, a degree from Arden University could provide the ideal solution. You can study around your work and life, online 24/7 or at one of our study centres. Enjoy one-to-one academic and student support from enrolment to graduation.

 

 Arden’s BA (Hons) in Healthcare Management

A blended degree course is a full-time degree, with part-time hours. Teaching is compressed into two full days (or 3 days if you are completing the 4 year degree with integrated foundation year) at one of our London study centres, to help students fit study around work, family, and other life commitments.

 

How and where is it taught?

Taught at the convenient locations of Ealing Green College or Tower Hill, the course ‘blends’ the 24/7 nature of innovative online learning, with the addition of 2-3 days per week in a classroom. Blended study is ideal for those looking for a university campus experience and the structure that comes with traditional face-to-face teaching, but without a full time commitment.

You can also study by flexible online learning. This means you learn 100% online in our virtual classroom, iLearn. You have all the same tutor and student support, but the flexibility to progress at your own pace and study whenever, wherever you like.

 

Do you work in Healthcare and want to progress to a management role? Learn while you earn with Arden University

What does the course cover?

Arden’s BA (Hons) in Healthcare Management has been devised to equip students with advanced managerial skills, expertise and integrity, in order to master challenges, support patients and lead staff.

 

Why is now the right time to study?

Health and social care is an ever-growing sector. With an ageing population, the Government is instigating initiatives to attract more people into the caring workforce, which is giving the sector its highest profile ever.

There is growing demand for well-trained, multi-skilled people who can accommodate the increasingly complex needs of individuals and communities. By 2037 it is estimated that there will need to be a 40% rise in the numbers of carers needed – from hands-on caregiving staff, to managers and strategic planners.

 

Find out more

To find out more about Arden’s BA (Hons) in Healthcare Management, visit arden.ac.uk/healthcare or call 0808 250 1454.

 

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