FdSc Housing and Sustainable Communities

Course Overview

This Foundation Degree is ideal for individuals who aspire to managerial roles or who have recently been promoted into such a position and would like to achieve CIH chartered status*.

This course is delivered in partnership with Wrexham Glyndŵr University.

* Chartered membership can only be gained through completion of university courses such as this one. CIH chartered membership is a demonstration of your housing expertise, commitment and ethical standards. Put simply, chartered membership is the hallmark of your success in housing. It is the recognition that you are a fully qualified, competent and committed housing professional.
 
Added March 2017

Entry Requirements

Employment within the sector and a Level 4 housing qualification. A pre-course interview will be required.

Course Delivery

This course is delivered over 24 days of study (1pm-8pm) over the course of a year if you have completed the Level 4 Certificate in the Housing Profession, which grants advanced standing for 60 Level 4 credits and you have a successful RPL/RPEL application from Glyndŵr University for the remaining 60 Level 4 credits.

Additional Information

The course cost is £4,500 (however you could be eligible for funding assistance via student loans (from £2,625) plus up to £1,875 via Skills for Industry funding.) The Skills for Industry project is supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.

For information on financial support - including tuition fee loans and fee grants - please visit www.studentfinancewales.co.uk

Contact

Rebecca Field on 01792 284400 or rebecca.field@gcs.ac.uk

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Housing

Venue(s)

Sketty Hall
Course deliverable in Welsh:
No