An intensive one year Level 3 Study Programme. This qualification is accepted for entry into Higher Education for students who wish to study both academic and vocational degrees.
Access to Higher Education - Humanities and Social Science
Minimum of 14 hours a week
This Access programme in Humanities offers a broad range of subjects for students who wish to progress on to degree courses at University. The subjects include: English Literature; History; Law; Politics; Psychology and Sociology. In addition, students will also study two compulsory subjects, which are Study Skills and IT.
As such, successful applicants must be prepared to undertake independent study outside of college contact time. This will require extensive reading, research and essay writing. In addition to subject teaching, the lecturers will provide the transferable skills necessary to study at University. Universities frequently report that Access students are extremely well prepared for the rigours of degree study, as do our former students.
Access students have gone on to study at Universities throughout the UK and the diversity of degrees studied is comprehensive: Anthropology to Zoology. Students who do not have GCSE English or Maths at Grade C or above and require these qualifications to go onto HE, will need to have these prior to starting the Access course. If students do not need English and/or Maths to go onto their preferred HE programme will still be considered at Interview. Students can study their English and Maths with the Pre Access programme in preparation for the Access course if desired on a part time basis.
Students must be 19+ prior to starting this programme. Students who do not have GCSE English or Maths at Grade C or above and require these qualifications to go onto HE, will need to have these prior to starting the Access course. If students do not need English and/or Maths to go onto their preferred HE programme they could still be considered for interview. Students can study their English and Maths with the Pre Access programme (Dover only) in preparation for the Access course if desired on a part time basis.
Assessment methods will include essays, case studies, projects, presentations, time constrained assessments.
The course fees for UK students are as follows:
19 – 23 yrs - £1692.00
24 and over - £3384.00
For more information about financing your course visit www.gov.uk/unimoney, and for a range of helpful tools and guidance visit www.thestudentroom.co.uk/studentfinance.
All prices quoted are given as a guide, and may be subject to change. Eligible students may be able to get help with course related costs such a travel, equipment and childcare.
For further information please contact Support Services on 01304 244332 (or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
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