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City of Wolverhampton College

Access to HE (Multi Subject

City of Wolverhampton College
In Wolverhampton ()

£ 3001-4000
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Typology A Level
  • A Level
Description

Access to HE (Multi Subject) is aimed at students who wish to apply to higher education to study a range of subjects including Teaching, Humanities, Social Sciences and IT. Students study two or more subject options with a view to going on to University. The course can be studied full time (l year) or part-time, day and evenings (2 years). Some subjects may not be available in the evenings

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· Requirements

If you are aged under 19 years, you MUST have significant life experience in order to be considered as suitable for the Access programme. These are national guidelines (QAA). It would therefore be advisable for you to consider alternative routes into your chosen career at the same time as considering Access Students will be asked to undertake an informal diagnostic test and attend an informal...

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What you'll learn on the course

Access
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Teaching
English
Higher Education Access
University
Humanities

Course programme

Access to HE (Multi Subject) is aimed at students who wish to apply to higher education to study a range of subjects including Teaching, Humanities, Social Sciences and IT.
Students study two or more subject options with a view to going on to University.
The course can be studiedfull time (l year)orpart-time, day and evenings (2 years). Some subjects may not be available in the evenings.
A January start is also available in Maths, English and Study Skills.
Entry RequirementsIf you are aged under 19 years, youMUSThavesignificant life experiencein order to be considered as suitable for the Access programme. These are national guidelines (QAA).
It would therefore be advisable for you to consider alternative routes into your chosen career at the same time as considering Access
Students will be asked to undertake an informal diagnostic test and attend an informal interview.

Entry is subject to satisfactory diagnostic and interview.

Course Content
Students study 'core' subjects of Mathematics and English and Study Skills. Some exemptions are possible for those with GCSE's at grade C or above.
In addition students choose 2 modules from the following:-

Psychology, English Language and Literature, Caribbean History, Human Biology, IT, Sociology of Race.

Students can take 'extra' subjects such as Science for Teachers, Counselling and any subject from the Social Work/Nursing Options.

How will I be assessed?
Assessment is continuous throughout the course and is assignment based. Some assignments are written, some practical and some timed or in-class.
All students are working towards a nationally recognised QAA Approved Access to HE Diploma.

What can I do next?
Students can use their Access Diploma to apply for an HE course at University or College.
Students should ensure that they study as part of their Access course the appropriate subjects for their chosen HE course. This is particularly important for Teaching applicants.

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