History Route Access to Higher Education Level 3

In London

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    A Level

  • Location

    London

  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

The Access to History route is part of the Modular Access Programme (MAP). This programme offers a wide range of possible subject routes, and flexible day or evening attendance patterns which may fit around your work, domestic or other commitments.

Facilities

Location

Starts

London
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Finsbury Park, 28-42 Blackstock Road, N4 2DG

Starts

On request

To take into account

There are no fixed requirements. Applicants are expected to demonstrate academic potential, motivation and commitment through an entry test and interview. For the History route the entry test will consist of a written assessment.

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Course programme


History Route Access to Higher Education Level 3

Quick Facts
Course Code
LL7008B09
Start
08/09/2009
Course Level
Level 3
Days/Time
2 days a week daytime or day and evening
Course Length
1 year

Where is the course? Centre for Lifelong Learning (28-42 Blackstock Road, Finsbury Park, London N4 2DG)

What is this course about?
The Access to History route is part of the Modular Access Programme (MAP). This programme offers a wide range of possible subject routes, and flexible day or evening attendance patterns which may fit around your work, domestic or other commitments.

Who is this course for?
The History route is for those who wish to progress onto history and similar degrees leading on to a range of careers in the private, public and international sectors, especially in administrative, archival and research roles.

What do I need to get on the course?
There are no fixed requirements. Applicants are expected to demonstrate academic potential, motivation and commitment through an entry test and interview. For the History route the entry test will consist of a written assessment.

What will I study?
You will register for the Access to HE Diploma (Humanities and Social Science). For this route you will study academic Study Skills and History. You will also choose two subject options from a range of Humanities and Social Science subjects including : Economics; English Literature, additional History, Philosophy, Politics, Sociology. or Social Anthropology.

What qualification will I get?
If you pass the course you will gain the Access to HE Diploma (Humanities and Social Science) You will also get a certificate listing all of the units or topics you have studied.

What can I do after the course?
You can progress onto a range of possible degrees in history and the humanities. The course tutor for the History route, and our careers and higher education advisors, will give you advice and guidance on this, and on your application to university.

How do I get on the course?
Complete a College application form. You will then be invited in for an information briefing on the Modular Access Programme, and the History route, and to take the entry test.

How much does the course cost? Concessionary students pay a £40 annual registration charge which covers any courses where concessions are available.

Home Students:
£ 1293

International students:
£ 5400

History Route Access to Higher Education Level 3

Price on request