Access to HE Diploma: Social Sciences
SPECIFICALLY AIMED AT STUDENTS OVER 19, THE ACCESS TO HE DIPLOMA OFFERS A RECOGNISED ENTRY QUALIFICATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION.
WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE?
Specifically aimed at students over 19, the Access to HE Diploma offers a recognised entry qualification to higher education. You can study the course full time over a year if you have GCSE English and Maths at grade 4 or above.
For those candidates who still need to gain a GCSE in English or Maths, you may take the course over two years part-time, as you gain your English and/or maths qualifications alongside.
Students who have yet to gain both GCSE English and Maths are not eligible to enrol on to Access, but will be supported with enrolling on to the relevant courses.
ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMAS
Each Diploma is worth 60 credits, and you need to pass all 60 credits to gain the Diploma. These will be achieved across the range of units you take in your mandatory and optional subjects.
- Academic Skills
A minimum of grade 4/C in GCSE Maths and English.