Welcome to Foundation to Health and Veterinary Studies

YEAR 0 – FOUNDATION TO HEALTH AND VETERINARY STUDIES SPECIFIC WELCOME PAGE

 

Programme Director: Cath Williams Catherine.Williams@liv.ac.uk

College Link Tutors

Carmel College: Carmen Nunez  carmen@carmel.ac.uk

Birkenhead Sixth Form College: Amanda Hoey amh@bsfc.ac.uk

 

You will have an induction day to the University of Liverpool and the Foundation programme on Monday 16th   September 2019

You will have an induction day to your respective College on:

Carmel College, St. Helens, Tuesday 17th September 2019

Birkenhead Sixth Form College, Wednesday 18th September 2019

 

As a University of Liverpool student you can also access other events taking place in Welcome week particularly the Intro to Learning & Teaching in HE (Mature Students) between 10.15 and 11.45am; Sherrington Building on Monday 16th September 2019.

 

Overview of modules in each semester

Health Sciences route:

Semester 1

Semester 2

HEAL 001 Biology  22.5 credits

HEAL 002 Biology 22.5 credits

HEAL 003 Maths 7.5 credits

HEAL 004 Maths 7.5 credits

HEAL 006 Psychology 22.5 credits

HEAL 007 Health and Social Care for Health Sciences 22.5 credits

HEAL 005 Foundations to Professional Studies

15 credits

 

 

Medicine, Dentistry & Dental Therapy route:

Semester 1

Semester 2

HEAL 001 Biology  22.5 credits

HEAL 002 Biology 22.5 credits

HEAL 008 Chemistry 22.5 credits

HEAL 009 Chemistry 22.5 credits

HEAL 010 Health and Social Care for Medicine and Dentistry  15 credits

 

HEAL 005 Foundations to Professional Studies 15 credits

 

 

Veterinary Sciences route:

Semester 1

Semester 2

HEAL 001 Biology  22.5 credits

HEAL 002 Biology 22.5 credits

HEAL 008 Chemistry 22.5 credits

HEAL 009 Chemistry 22.5 credits

HEAL 011 Maths for Veterinary Science

 10 credits

 

HEAL 012 Foundations to Professional Studies  for Veterinary Science 20 credits

 

 

  • Your Programme Timetable
  • Your Programme Handbook

 

Academic timetables will be available to students in Welcome Week and you will be shown how to access these when you arrive in Liverpool.

 

 

Programme handbooks will be available when you arrive in Liverpool and you will be shown where to access these during Welcome Week.

 

  • Your Academic Adviser
  • Suggested Reading List

 

All students at the University of Liverpool will be assigned a named academic member of staff (from the College you will be studying at) as their Academic Adviser. Their role is to develop a relationship with you; to provide information, advice and guidance on academic matters and to direct you to further sources of information on academic matters as well as the wide range of information, advice and guidance on non-academic matters available to students at Liverpool.

 

 

 

Biology & Chemistry: Student Revision Guides for A/AS Biology

 

Maths: Student Revision Guide for AS Maths

 

Professional Studies:

Bedford, D. (2012) Study Skills for Foundation Degrees. David Fulton Publishers

Cottrell, S. (2008) Study Skills Handbook.  3rdedition. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

 

Health & Social Care  & Psychology - Moonie N. (2005) AS Level for OCR Health and Social Care. Oxford: Heinemann

 

Cambridge National Level 1/2 Health and Social Care Student eTextbook

Author: Maria Ferreiro Peteiro, Judith Adams, Mary Riley

ISBN:9781471899645Publisher:Hodder Education Date: May 2017