More than 30,000 people are employed in law and order
Science (including Bio Science and Forensic Science)
If you have a love for science and an interest in how the world works, why not specialise in one area? Options include biotechnology, marine technology, forensics, physiotherapy and dentistry.
Humanities and Social Science
If you wish to work in law, social work or for the public services then studying humanities will help you achieve a career in this field. Jobs include care workers, the police force, councillors and solicitors.
Nursing and Healthcare
Are you a caring person invested in people’s wellbeing? Then nursing is for you. There’s always jobs in healthcare as there are more vacancies than skilled workers to fill them. Jobs include physiotherapists, midwives, psychologists plus lots more.
More than 20,000 access to he students apply for degree courses each year
Access to HE courses are included in the UCAS tariff and are widely accepted by UK universities but you should check with the specific university you want to go to. You could stay local and do a university course at Coleg Gwent.
I needed a qualification in order to move further with physiotherapy. Although working as a Physio Assistant, my frustration was not being able to progress in my current role but coming to Coleg Gwent has enabled me to break that barrier. I found my teachers to be enthusiastic and motivated to get their students into university and to get the best they can out the course.
Access to Medical and Health Science