Lincoln College is making £500 bursaries available for full time students and £250 for part-time students every year to students for the duration of your studies. Your £500 allocation per year means that, by working with your tutors, you can identify courses that will enhance your employability when you graduate.

At the end of your studies, you will walk away with a degree and a raft of qualifications that will mean you have the competitive edge over students graduating from other Higher Education providers.

When you apply for jobs you will be able to demonstrate that you are ready to hit the ground running and that you are not only academically prepared, but also industry qualified for your new career. This will reduce the additional training costs for your prospective employer – making you a much more attractive candidate.

Some examples of how a Career Degree could help you…


You could study…

FdSc Sports Therapy, Health and Fitness.

Along the way you could also study courses such as…

Pitch-Side First Aid, STA Sports Massage level 3, Gym Instructor level 2, STA Sports Massage and Rehabilitation (Level 4), Level 3 Personal Trainer

And at the end of your studies you will be better prepared for a career as a…

Sports Therapist
GP Referral Coordinator
Physical Activity Coordinator

 

You could study…

HNC/D Health and Social Care

Along the way you could also study courses such as…

First Aid at Work, Dementia Care, Infection Control, Manual Handling, Level 2 Chair-Based Exercise

And at the end of your studies you will be better prepared for a career as a…

Care supervisor
Care Manager
Advanced Care Practitioner

Career Degree Course Guide
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Career Degree Course Guide

Take a look at the Career Degree Course Guide for all the latest information and Career Degree Courses. 

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