Combined Access to Higher Education

A Level

In Ashford and Dover

Price on request

Description

  • Duration

    9 Months

  • Start date

    Different dates available

This course is designed specifically for mature students who may have been out of education for many years; it provides the necessary skills to succeed in higher education and can lead to careers such as teaching, social work, ecology, criminology, police and other public services, media, psychology, etc. You will select two options from biology, social sciences, history/politics, English.

Facilities

Location

Start date

Ashford (Kent)
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Jemmett Road,, TN23 4RJ.

Start date

Different dates availableNow taking bookings
Dover (Kent)
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Maison Dieu Road, CT16 1DH.

Start date

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

About this course

No formal qualifications are required but candidates should have a good level of English.

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Subjects

  • Full Time
  • Biology
  • Social Work
  • Ecology
  • Public
  • Media
  • Teaching
  • History Politics
  • English
  • Politics
  • Criminology
  • Access
  • Police
  • Options
  • Psychology
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy
  • Basic Skills
  • Higher Education Access
  • Workplace Skills
  • Employability

Course programme



What will you be learning?
This course is designed specifically for mature students who may have been out of education for many years; it provides the necessary skills to succeed in higher education and can lead to careers such as teaching, social work, ecology, criminology, police and other public services, media, psychology, etc.

You will select two options from biology, social sciences, history/politics, English literature or environmental studies, as well as core subjects such as I.T., time management, research, presentations etc. You will be expected to undertake at least 10 hours of home study each week.

You will be assessed by coursework and presentations.

What happens when you have finished?
After successful completion of the course, you can progress onto higher education.

Where and when?
Option 1
Location: Ashford

Start date: September

Duration: 9 months

How is it delivered?: Full-time

Option 2
Location: Ashford

Start date: January

Duration: 9 months

How is it delivered?: Full-time

Option 3
Location: Dover

Start date: September

Duration: 9 months

How is it delivered?: Full-time

Option 4
Location: Dover

Start date: January

Duration: 9 months

How is it delivered?: Full-time

How much will it cost?
Option 1
Tuition Fee: £1035

Option 2
Tuition Fee: £1035

Option 3
Tuition Fee: £1035

Option 4
Tuition Fee: £1035

You may not have to pay this tuition fee if:
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  • You are unemployed and in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance (contribution-based)
  • You are in receipt of, or are an un-waged dependent of someone currently in receipt of any of the following "income-based" benefits:
    • Income-based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)
    • Income-related Employments and Support ALlowance (ESA)
    • Income Support
    • Working Tax Credit (your assessed household income needs to be less than 15,276 per year (amount subject to change)
    • Housing Benefit
    • Council Tax Benefit (excluding the 25% single person reduction)
    • Pension Credit - Guaranteed only
  • You are studying for your

    first full Level 2 qualification, whatever your age.
  • You are aged 19-24 on the 31st of August prior to the start of your course and studying for your

    first full Level 3 qualification, whatever your age.

View our Money Matters page for full details and information about the financial support available, including Adult Learner Grants.

Combined Access to Higher Education

Price on request