Access to Higher Education Diploma: Psychosocial Studies Level 3apply now Options
|Course Title||Access to Higher Education Diploma: Psychosocial Studies Level 3|
|Start Date||4th September 2017|
|Attendance||2/3 days per week|
|Fees||Fee details on enquiry. All learners are fee-assessed at enrolment|
This course includes a range of mandatory units including study skills and an extended project. In addition you will study units in Sociology, Psychology, Communications and Social Policy. Once you have completed your Access to Humanities and Social Science Diploma, you can progress onto a Higher Education Degree at a University or College.
Our Access to Higher Education Diploma courses are designed to provide the underpinning knowledge and skills needed to progress to a degree or diploma course in higher education. Learners primarily progress to Higher Education study in areas related to Humanities and Social Science. These may include some of the following areas of Degree level study: Psychology, Sociology, Social Policy, Social Anthropology and a wide range of combined and related degrees.
Advanced Learning Loan
Learners aged 19 and over who are starting a Further Education course at Level 3 like the Access to HE Diploma may qualify for an Advanced Learning Loan. These loans can help to pay for your College tuition fees.
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Once you have completed your Access to Psychosocial Studies Diploma, you can progress to a Higher Education Degree at a University or College. We have created this Access course in conjunction with UEL who deliver the degree programme of the same name. Our Access to Higher Education Diploma courses are designed to provide the underpinning knowledge and skills needed to progress to a degree or diploma course in higher education.
This course is suitable for students aged 21 or over. Applicants aged 19 or 20 will also be considered if you have experience outside of full-time education, for example through work or travel. Applicants will be assessed through application, interview and tests in English and Maths.
Applicants for a Degree in health sciences are expected to have some experience of voluntary or paid work in a health care setting. Ideally you should also have some knowledge of a science-based subject or have a science-based GCSE or equivalent qualification.
GCSE requirements for Access applicants: In order to progress to certain Higher Education courses, you may require GCSE English and/or GCSE Maths to fulfil your university entry requirements. Ideally you will already have GCSE Maths and English at grade A*-C. However we understand that not all students meet this requirement and so you will be considered for an Access course if you have one GCSE at grade A*-C in Maths or English and the other at grade D. A GCSE or functional skills course will be offered as an additional option for the Access course - please note that some GCSE classes may be delivered in the evening. If you don't have any GCSEs or equivalent qualifications then we will be able to recommend you for another course based on the results of your initial assessment at interview.
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