The Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inclusion Studies (SENDIS) degree will develop the skills and knowledge required for a range of careers working with children, their families and the services that support them, in both education and social contexts. Students will be able to identify and understand the challenges faced when trying to adopt an inclusive approach to all aspects of life, and how they can meet and address these challenges in a positive way as members of a diverse global society. Students will have opportunities to consider a range of issues and perspectives surrounding working with disabled people. You will study current policies, procedures and practice assisting them to influence inclusive strategies. Modules will be delivered using a range of interactive teaching strategies, in order to develop digital literacies and professional skills and attributes. -This is a unique course which offers both academic rigour and professional relevance. -This course involves work placements at every level of study. -Student support is a priority for our team and you will be supported from day one by personal and module tutors. -You will experience a strong and constantly developing approach to learning and teaching with varied and challenging assessment methods. These include peer mentoring and problem-solving approaches. -The Special Educational Needs, Disability and Inslusion Studies team are engaged in international consultancy work and the delivery of international training programmes (Myanmar, Thailand)
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
The university recognises that many students have additional barriers in progression to university, whether this be through disability, as a care leaver, from an area of deprivation or another factor. The university wishes to provide additional support for these students through the contextual offer scheme. If you are eligible, the University will apply a contextual Admissions decision, in the form of a reduced offer letter by up to two grades or 16 UCAS tariff points.
English language requirements
As an EU or International applicant you will need to showcase your English language proficiency skills during your admissions process. The below qualifications are accepted for a number of courses, please be aware these scores are a guide on what is acceptable. http://wlv.ac.uk/english We have a suite of courses that require differing English language proficiency, these requirements are there to ensure that you have the correct ability to achieve your desired qualification with us. You will also need to check each individual course page for accuracy as our Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies courses require specific English qualifications prior to entry.
English Language Requirements - EU and International Applicants
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