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BSc Hons Community Development Information Session

Ulster University

Ulster University

This is a free event
Are you working with marginalised/disadvantaged communities? Would you like to gain a professionally recognised qualification in Community Development? Join our online webinar for further information on what you need to apply for September 2021! Join us:

Ulster University offer a part-time BSc Hons in Community Development. If you have experience working or volunteering in the community/voluntary sector, you do not need any A level qualifications to gain entry to the degree. This four year course offers a number of exit points, so that you can leave in year 1, 2, or 3 with a lower award (Certificate, Cert. HE, Associate Bachelors degree).

The course examines current issues facing marginalised and disadvantaged communities and explores how community development can be used to challenge inequality and social injustice, in order to help transform communities. You will also gain skills in working with people, managing community projects, writing funding applications, delivering informal education, conflict resolution and peace-building. This programme is professionally endorsed by the Endorsement Standards Board (UK) and All-Ireland Endorsement Board.

Students normally study one day per week on the Jordanstown* campus, although due to Covid-19 restrictions, the course is currently being offered fully online. There are normally 27 study days per year. Due to ongoing potential for these restrictions to continue, some or all of your learning may be carried out remotely. You will need to be able to access the internet and have some familiarity with technology. Teaching staff will provide online teaching and support where face-face teaching is not possible. The University has excellent student support systems in place, to help students new to an online teaching environment. 

* Proposed move to Belfast campus on completion of building work

  • Advice services
  • Arts
  • Carers
  • Children and families
  • Community development
  • Community relations
  • Disability
  • Education/training
  • Environment and Built Heritage
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Lobbying/policy
  • Men
  • Older people
  • Race/ethnicity
  • Rural development
  • Sport/recreation
  • Transport
  • Volunteer development
  • Women
  • Young people

Date and Time

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Rm21D43 Ulster University
Shore Rd, Jordanstown,
United Kingdom

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Contact Details

Dr Rosemary Moreland

More Information

If you are unable to join the live webinar, please check out the university website, where you will be able to find a recording of the webinar.

You can also find further information about the programme on our Course Prospectus.