Foundation to Health and Veterinary Studies (Year 0) Add to your prospectus

  • This degree is accreditedAccredited

Key information


  • Course length: 1 year
  • UCAS code: See below
  • Year of entry: 2018
  • This programme does not accept applications from international students.
Lecture

Health Sciences

School of Health Sciences

We draw on over 100 years of teaching delivered by dedicated staff with real-world, practical experience and are the hub for an extensive network of professionals, academics and researchers. So you can be confident that a degree from the School of Health Sciences will prepare you for a lifelong career making a difference in today’s multidisciplined, patient-focused healthcare services.

Which degree

If you are interested in diagnosing diseases using the very latest technology and medical imaging techniques, then you should choose a degree in Diagnostic Radiography. If you wish to pursue a career in the use of occupation as a therapeutic medium, then a degree in Occupational Therapy will suit you. Those keen to apply scientific knowledge of the eye and brain to clinical care, investigate the intricacies of the human visual system should follow the Orthoptics programme. If you are drawn to a career in primary care and hospitals, you might consider a degree in Nursing. If you want to focus on rehabilitation of physical problems associated with accidents, illness or aging, then Physiotherapy may be for you. To use your technical skills and caring nature to fight cancer and make a genuine difference to cancer patients then choose Radiotherapy.

Occupational Therapy

Sharon Coyle

Occupational Therapy BSc (Hons)

Occupational Therapy just jumped out at me a couple of years ago. After looking at Liverpool University on their website I saw that they had a Foundation Year, a Year Zero over at Birkenhead. I did my year there and it gave me the foundation and footing to come to study at Liverpool. Since I have started it is amazing how quickly the practicals come into play. We are working with service users already, they come in and they give up their time to come and talk to us. So we really get to put our experiences across, within the first two weeks we were talking with patients.

I am loving the course, I think it is fantastic. We have such a variety of people on the course and the lecturers are great. You are straight out on placement so you see what is really involved; you get to see what you are going into. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done for my life. I know that I am going to get a job at the end of it. It is a way of changing your future, you either want to do it or you don’t. Liverpool University offers a fantastic place to study and a wonderful city to come to.

Department map reference

301, C8

Department Home Page

http://www.liv.ac.uk/health-sciences/