Youth and Community Work Bachelors & Masters in London
Jobs & Career Perspectives
Career perspectives for Youth and Community Work
15 months after graduation, graduates of this subject were asked about their current circumstances of employment, what they do, and whether their activities and perspectives are directly related to their studies.
Among graduates of Youth and Community Work who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number who “agree” or “strongly agree” with the statements about their job.
Specialisations within Youth and Community Work
- Administration and Management
- Advocacy and Community Organization
- Developmental Disabilities
- Health Care
- International Social Work
- Mental Health
- Policy and Planning
Skills that graduates consider useful for their work in Youth and Community Work
- Critical thinking skills
- Analysis and reflection skills
- Problem- solving
- Presentation skills
- Management, supervision and organisational skills
- Ability to work independently
- Fundraising and advocacy skills
Required skill level of job after 15 months
Among graduates of Youth and Community Work who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number of highly skilled vs non-highly skilled jobs (Unistats).
Jobs of graduates of Youth and Community Work (15 months after graduation)
Example below based on all graduates of Youth and Community Work at Anglia Ruskin University
|Information Technology Professionals
|Managers, directors and senior officials
Grading & Study Time
Entry Requirements / Admissions
Get advice on which foundation courses are best for you to still study Youth and Community Work, if you do not meet the minimum requirements in terms of UCAS score, A levels, or English language requirements.