Social Work, Environmental and Public Health graduate destinations


of our Social Work, Environmental and Public Health graduates are in work or further study after 15 months*

*The structure and coverage of this survey are determined by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) employment indicator 2020/21, published in March 2023.

Great graduate careers

Our Social Work, Environment and Public Health programmes are vocational courses that lead to professional qualifications. Our graduates go onto to find work in their chosen profession, or a closely associated field of work.

From the moment our students start, they can access careers information and advice from their tutors, employers, the UWE Careers and Enterprise Team. So, by the time they graduate, they will be equipped with the experience, contacts and skills to success in their chosen careers.

Top graduate employers

Graduates work for a range of local authorities, public sector and charitable organisations, as well as in the private sector. These employer partners also help shape our courses and provide placements. Leading employers include Bristol City Council, Somerset County Council and Gloucestershire County Council.

Further study

Find out about further study opportunities at UWE Bristol.

View our Social Work, Environmental and Public Health courses

Please note: The Department of Allied Health Professions is now part of the School of Health and Social Wellbeing.

See more information about UWE Bristol's excellent university rankings and reputation.

Career support throughout your degree

Experience is vital in the Social work, Environmental Health, and Public Health sectors, so work placements and workplace experience are integral to all our courses. You will receive support from your tutors, as well as our careers service, and sector-specific advice is available. There are also opportunities to hear from UWE Alumni, employer partners, and attend workshops to learn more about your chosen profession.

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