Why study Paramedic Science at Swansea University?
We have over ten years’ experience supporting learner paramedics through their educational journey and are the only provider of Paramedic Science training in Wales.
Our course is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council, enabling you to apply for registered status on completion of the course.
Our Paramedic Science course is ranked 16th Overall by the Times University Guide 2021. You will also be joining a university that is 6th in the UK for overall student satisfaction (NSS 2020) and a UK Top 25 University (Guardian University Guide 2021).
Becoming a Paramedic - Live Webinar Recording
Originally recorded in September 2020 Lecturer and Admissions Tutor Fen Sanders-Lamb talks passionately about our new BSc Paramedic Science course and how you can begin an exciting and rewarding career as a Registered Paramedic.
“The course is very challenging, and it should be, as the responsibilities of a paramedic are great. However, I enjoyed the fact the course pushed me, developed me and provided the core skills needed for the job. There are many qualities a good paramedic needs to possess and top of the list is the ability to remain calm and in control of any situation. This is achieved through excellent communication skills... If you can communicate clearly then you can help those that need it. I now work in Pembrokeshire as a Paramedic and have a role in the Army Reserves as a Defence Paramedic.”
Why study at Swansea University?
Alex, one of our students at the College of Human and Health Sciences, tells us all about University life and what he loves most about studying at Swansea University.
Fully Funded Degree
Choosing to follow your passion for science or technology could pay. Our full range of Healthcare Sciences Degrees are fully funded via the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme.
What this could mean for you is, if you commit to working for NHS Wales for a period after you graduate your tuition will be fully covered by the NHS Wales Bursary, as well as maintenance funding of up to £4,491 and a reduced rate loan from Student Finance.
Find out about the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme
Do you speak Welsh?
Find out more information about studying through the medium of Welsh at the College of Human and Health Sciences.