Overview Understanding the variety of factors that influence mental health and wellbeing requires some preparation and expertise. This BSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing provides students with the knowledge and the skills that are necessary for dealing with a multitude of issues. More precisely, this course teaches students everything there is to know about the biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence the lives of individuals. Ethical practice is at the forefront in this programme which will provide you with comprehensive information on improving and maintaining mental health and well-being in a number of sectors. Upon completing this course, students will be able to apply the practical skills they will have acquired in real-life situations involving a diverse range of services. Ultimately, you can help generate a positive change in the lives of individuals and their communities. Course duration: 3 years Start dates: January/April/August/September

Part-time work is already feasible for students during this study programme. At the same time, the course’s focus on real-life scenarios engages students and enhances their ability to analyse and critically reflect on various situations. Here are some of the most popular job prospects among graduates:

  • NHS work – (Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services/Every Mind Matters)
  • Care home management
  • Community development work
  • Healthcare management
  • Psychological wellbeing, occupational therapy
  • Health promotion
  • Education welfare
  • Medical sales

 And more;

Minimum age: 18 years 

Applicants must provide proof of highest qualification obtained (e.g. high school diploma/baccalaureate/level 3 diploma) or relevant work experience 

Students from abroad must demonstrate an approved level of proficiency in the use of English 

Students must attend an interview with a member of the admissions team 

Students must bring original diplomas at the time of registration


      • Academic and Professional Skills
      • Mental Health and Wellbeing in Context
      • Mental Health, Wellbeing and the Individual
      • Positive Psychology and Resilience


      • Child and Adolescent Mental Health
      • Adult Mental Health
      • Mental Health in the Workplace
      • Skills and Interventions of the Mental Health
      • Practitioner


      • Undergraduate Project (Health and Social Contexts)
      • Mental Health and the Media
      • Global Perspectives of Mental Health and Wellbeing
      • Community Health and Wellbeing in Practice


Attempting to mirror the complexity of real-life scenarios in the field of mental health and wellbeing, the course aims to assess students in several ways, including individual management reports, presentations, examinations, group work, boardroom simulations and portfolio writing. The diversity of evaluation methods will enable students to prepare themselves for the intricate job market, where they need to possess a vast array of transferable skills.


It is remarkably easy and beneficial to continue your studies at the postgraduate level once you have completed this BSc programme. In order to access further careers and obtain a specialisation that can enhance your chances of being employed, you need to consider a number of different directions, including Nursing, Public Health, Social Work or Teaching, among others.

Self-Funding The Tuition Fee of the course will vary depending on the institution you wish to study in, as well as your status in the UK. The course is available for UK/EU and International Students as well. Please contact us to find out the tuition fee for a specific course you’d like to know about. Government Funds – Student Finance England          If you are an UK/EU citizen or living in the UK on Indefinite stay, you can receive support from the government via Student Loan Company to cover tuition fees and some living costs while studying, depending on your circumstances. Tuition fee loans, to cover the full cost of your course, are paid directly to the course provider. Maintenance loans can be applied for at the same time, lending you money at the start of each term. You won’t have to pay back the loan until after your course, when you’re earning above a certain level.  Students can still apply for grants if they’re eligible for certain benefits, disabled, or need help with childcare costs.