This course provides entry to a wide range of degree courses and professional training.
Your learning will be facilitated by a range of activities ranging from, teacher input, group work, seminar presentations, research activities and personal study.
The Access to Higher Education Diplomas offer pathways into the following higher education courses and training;
Applicants for the Access to Higher Education Diploma must be aged 19 years old or over at enrolment and will require a minimum of Level 2 Maths and English.
Depending on the specific entry requirements of your chosen University programme you may need GCSE Maths, English or Science at Grade C (4) or above.
You will be required to attend an interview. At interview please bring in the email correspondence you have had with the universities you are intending to apply to, providing such information as the required GCSE maths and English/Level 2 qualifications. Please note that many degree courses have a GCSE Maths and/or English and/or Science requirement for courses, although some will be satisifed with a level 2 Functional Skills in these subjects. It is therefore important that you contact your chosen universities and ask about their specific GCSE requirements and bring this information to your interview. It is not possible to study GCSE qualifications alongside Access.
If you have a question relating to the Access to Higher Education Diploma please contact us and the Access to HE team will respond as soon as possible.
The College at Braintree
|Start Date||September 2019|
|Attendance||Approximately 3 days per week|
|Fee(s)||Subject to age and diploma choice: Fees on Application|
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