University Of Cumbria Youth And Community Work
Are you interested in supporting vulnerable young people? Could you help them reach their full potential? In Youth and Community Work lies the opportunity to make a real difference in someone’s life. You could support families, help keep children safe and ensure young people have a say in their own lives.
What courses do we offer in Youth and Community?
Based at our Lancaster campus, we offer a number of programmes in Youth and Community Work at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Some of these courses are flexible in their delivery with part-time options available:
Why should I choose to study at the University of Cumbria?
The University of Cumbria has a national reputation, developed over the past 25 years, for providing high quality and challenging programmes of training for youth and community work. You’ll be taught by a team with substantial experience who are committed to supporting your needs at every stage of your learning; 86.4% of students are satisfied with teaching!*
As a Youth and Community Work student at the university, you’ll experience a variety of placements, including the option of an international placement.
You’ll also enjoy a wide range of teaching methods throughout your course, including formal lectures, tutorials, workshop activities, presentations and debates, meaning your studies will always be varied.
*Guardian League Tables 2017
BA (Hons) Youth and Community Work Graduate
“I have met some amazing people, not just in my year of the course but also in the year below, and cannot forget the lecturers; I have been able to experience things that I would not normally have access to, such as going on placement in different agencies, and I have also learnt so much that will help me in my current job as a youth worker–and I still have the opportunity to learn so much more.”