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This exciting move is the latest new course that the UCNL will be offering, due to popular demand. The three year, full-time course will be validated by the University of Hull and is an exciting new addition to the portfolio of courses offered at UCNL. Psychology and criminology students are ideally suited to careers in a range of areas, including: the police, probation, prison service, security services, local and central government, social work, youth work, public policy, offender charities, housing, mental health
10 December 2020
10 December 2020
The Business degree programme, delivered at the UCNL received outstanding results for 2019-20 with 24% of the cohort achieving the top grade, a First-Class Honours and 49% of the cohort received a high 2:1 grade. The programme has remained a firm favourite with outstanding results and is affiliated with the University of Lincoln. The programme is designed for students who want to work in the fast-paced global world of business,
The Business degree programme, delivered at the UCNL received outstanding results for 2019-20 with 24% of the cohort achieving the top grade, a First-Class Honours and 49% of the cohort
The daring members of staff and UCNL students will freefall at 125mph above North Lincolnshire in January 2021. Gillian Reid (UCNL Head of Department Health, Life and Social Science) is raising money for a project in Ghana, after previously organising a week-long trip with students from the UCNL in October 2019. The plan is to make a return visit to the same school after realising their need for vital essentials. Gillian said,
The University Campus North Lincolnshire (UCNL) in Scunthorpe is now offering a brand-new course for those interested in pursuing a career and interest in Mental Health and Well-being. The FdSc Mental Health and Well-being is a new programme, developed to address the skill gaps within the health and social care sector locally, where health care assistants who play a pivotal role in the delivery of services, are often recruited without formal qualifications. It is now a requirement for all schools to