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Access to Higher Education Law

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Important information

Typology A Level
Methodology Distance Learning
Duration Flexible
  • A Level
  • Distance Learning
  • Duration:

The Course will provide the required nationally accredited qualification to apply to Higher Education Universities and Colleges to study Law.
Suitable for: Access courses are for people who wish to gain entry to Higher Education, but have not yet achieved the necessary entrance qualifications. They are particularly suited to adult learners including those who have been out of education for some time. There are no fixed course start or completion dates, the programme is flexible to suit your needs.

Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

No specific entry requirements.

· Qualification

Access to Higher Education Diploma (Law)


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Reviews on this course

Aleksandra Baraniecka
5.0 22/02/2017
What I would highlight: I really did enjoy the course from the beginning to the very last day. All assessments were very interesting and the course materials very helpful. I would recommend the course to any one who works full time as its flexibility allows you to achieve your goals. I would like to thank my tutors for their help and support. Without a doubt I will recommend to anyone. It has been an absolute pleasure!
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
Tony Creeney
4.5 05/03/2015
What I would highlight: The perfect quality,reasonableness and bolster they offer is second to none. I generally had an enthusiasm for Law, however due to my underneath normal A Level results, I suspected that was out of reach. In any case, realizing that my sibling did an Access course, I discovered, and subsequent to perusing the tributes - and a couple of surveys from understudy gatherings.
What could be improved: N/A.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Reviews on other courses at this centre

Access to Higher Education Psychology

Mary Adkins
3.5 05/07/2017
What I would highlight: I started to investigate on-line and on a nursing and birthing assistance discussion the name that kept coming up was I enquired about the course and was shocked the achievement rate of understudies being acknowledged onto their picked courses (much higher rate than the school course) and the cost was reasonable, it appeared to be unrealistic. Notwithstanding, from asking past understudies on discussions and looking into I had a feeling that it was the ideal course for me. My sense was correct and I have not thought back.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Access to Higher Education Health Professions

Tasha Widdowson
5.0 05/07/2017
What I would highlight: I assume my experience towards an Access to Higher Education Diploma started when I was 14. I turned out to be seriously unwell, abandoning me not able to go to class or even study from home; so I could not accomplish any school capabilities. Quite a long while later, when I was all around ok to consider contemplating, I chose that an Access to Higher Education Course would suit me nicely to A-Levels. I picked as the course supplier since I felt that they had a more extensive course determination than any of their rivals, and I was awed with their reputation. I have an enthusiasm for medicinal services and administration, I along these lines picked the Access to Health and Social Care Professions course, seeking this would open up circumstances after my future. As the course advanced my scholarly aptitudes were stirred and my trust in my scholarly capacity developed.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Access to Higher Education Midwifery

Jade England
4.5 05/07/2017
What I would highlight: In the wake of working in childcare as a nursery nurture for a couple of years I chose to take after my fantasies and investigate seeking after a vocation in Midwifery. Despite the fact that I expected to catch up on my insight in Midwifery related subjects however couldn't bear to surrender my all day occupation to attend a university. I ran over and was truly awed with the Access to Midwifery course they advertised. The adaptability of the course permitted me to keep working all day and ponder and the regularly scheduled installment arrange made the course more moderate for me. The bolster given from my guides was stunning. On the off chance that I ever had a question they would react rapidly and dependably gave valuable and helpful input.
What could be improved: Nothing.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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What you'll learn on the course

IT Law
Higher Education Access
Trading Standards
Local Authorities
Local government
Citizens Advice Bureau

Teachers and trainers (1)

Eamonn Farrell
Eamonn Farrell
Curriculum Leader (Law & Criminology) & Tutor

Eamonn has an MSc in Project Management in Construction, BA (Hons) Geography and Media, a post-graduate professional qualification in Quantity Surveying and a Certificate in Education. He has worked extensively within the construction industry in both commercial management and project management roles and has taught across a broad range of subjects within the Built Environment in both FE and HE.

Course programme

Course review:

Nationally recognised Access to HE Diploma in Science by Distance Learning (60 Credits) from an Online College established in 1993.

QAA accredited through Ascentis

Study from home at your own pace. We pride ourselves in our friendly, personal and professional service from fully qualified teaching staff.

Your personal tutor will support you in your studies through weekly phone contact and quick response to your emails. We will also help you with your UCAS application for Higher Education.

Course Modules change a little from time to time so visit the web site at for the most up to date information.

Additional information

Payment options: Regular instalments can be spread across the course. Additional Awarding Body Registration fee (currently £185) charged in two stages: after first month and after achieving 24 credits. Prices may vary slightly from those published on this site. Please check the fees directly on our web site for the most up to date prices.
Career opportunities: You can apply to universities to study for a Law Degree which leads to careers in the statutory, private or voluntary sector such as: Solicitor Barrister Trading Standards Health and Safety Executive Local Authorities - local government (Housing Law/Benefits law) Citizens Advice Bureau Legal Executive Teacher of Law Paralegal Law Commission Research Legal Publishing
Credits/Points: 60 credits

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