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Complete your Degree in Health and Social Care at Monaghan Institute in just two years

Posted on September 16, 2019

Monaghan Institute, in collaboration with Letterkenny IT, plans to offer students the chance to complete a Level 7 Ordinary Bachelor Degree in Health and Social Care, over just two years – starting late September, 2019. This is a very exciting opportunity for people interested in progressing in the area of Health and Social Care to gain a Level 7 Degree locally.

What are the entry requirements?

Learners who have completed a full Level 6 award in Applied Social Studies or have built up a lot of experience in this area can apply through Letterkenny IT Advanced Entry route to year two of the three-year Level 7 Health and Social Care Degree.

How will the course be structured?

It is envisaged that the course will consist of three days’ work placement/employment in a relevant area and two days attendance at classes in Monaghan Institute. This will enable students who are in employment to remain working, if it is in a relevant field, while studying full time.

How can you apply?

There are still places available and additional applications are welcome. Anyone who has not already applied and is interested in pursuing this course please fill in the application form which can be found on the Letterkenny IT website under the advanced entry/add-on course section.

If you have already applied, find out what happens next

Students who have already applied for this outreach degree programme will be contacted by LYIT in the coming days and informed about their eligibility to start.  The proposed schedule as follows:

  1. Induction and orientation day Wednesday 25th Sept, 2019 10am to 2pm at Monaghan Institute
  2. Classes will be delivered each Thursday from 3rd Oct, 2019, 9.30am to 5.30pm (research module 9.30am to 12.30pm and Psychological Health and Wellbeing 1.30pm to 5.30pm
  3. Blended learning x 3 hours On-line learning weekly, each Friday at student’s own discretion, off campus.
  4. Placement hours required x 4 days, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday weekly.
For any further queries please contact Louise Mc Bride, LYIT on 074 9186303 or Karol Harvey, Monaghan Institute

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