AT A GLANCE
This Foundation Degree is a professional qualification that enables graduates to register as a counsellor with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Students on this course awarded it an overall satisfaction score of 100% in the 2019 National Student Survey.
It has been designed in response to the increasing need for qualified and experienced counsellors who can help vulnerable people make positive life choices and deal with mental health challenges.
The programme of study includes key counselling theories and related topics such as neuroscience, trauma and attachment, and a significant work placement. The course also has a humanistic focus, with studies in person-centred counselling, transactional analysis, gestalt therapy and existentialist therapy.
Full-time: 2 years (1 day and 1 evening per week excluding placement)
Part-time: 3 years (Either 1 day per week or ½ a day and 1 evening per week, excluding placement)
13th September 2021
Full-time: £8,500 per year
Part-time: £5,700 in year 1 and £5,650 per year in years 2 and 3