CU Coventry | Coventry University - Health, Education and Wellbeing Foundation Year

CU Coventry | Coventry University

Health, Education and Wellbeing Foundation Year

Our Foundation Year courses offer an introduction to your chosen subject and are an ideal route to degree level qualifications, helping you develop the necessary skills for further study.

This is an ideal course if you want to gain the basic knowledge and skills needed for further study across a range of undergraduate courses, from Public Health and Community Studies to Early Childhood Development and Learning.

This course focuses on core skills required for academic progression, alongside equipping you with the principles of foundation topics taught on many of our degree courses. In addition, we will also make sure you are fully prepared to undertake a degree within public health by teaching you key skills, such as research methods, scientific fundamentals and promotion techniques.

Why CU Coventry

We offer a style of education which is flexible and designed to fit around your life, allowing you to benefit from a modern, forward-thinking higher education institution, reinforced by the quality and reputation of Coventry University. We aim to provide career-focused courses, wherever possible, coupled with placement opportunities to help prepare you for the world of work. We are dedicated to making higher education accessible and enjoyable to everyone, so we keep our fees low and made it a policy to cover one module at a time, allowing you to become a specialist in each topic before moving onto the next.

Entry Requirements

  • 40 UCAS tariff points.


    All Foundation courses require 5 GCSEs at 9-4 including Maths and English, and at least one A2 level or a BTEC equivalent qualification.

  • IELTS: 6.0

Career Prospects

career opportunities

 after completing Health, Education and Wellbeing

  • Public health educator.
  • Wellness program coordinator.
  • Fitness specialist.
  • Health service manager.
  • Medical sales representative.
  • Community health worker.

Course Details

Year One

Skills for Academic and Professional Development
Psychology of Learning and Development
Fundamentals of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology
Promoting Health and Wellbeing

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