Are Access Courses difficult?
Access courses are demanding. However, College staff have years of experience in delivering these programmes and will support you throughout your course. You will be assigned a personal tutor, who will provide practical help and encouragement
Will my family commitments be a problem?
Most of our Access to Higher Education Courses have âfamily friendlyâ timetables and are normally spread over 4 days of the week to fit in with most student commitments.
How do I apply for an Access Course?
When you have decided which Access course you wish to undertake, the next step is to complete the application form (online, or a paper version is available). Once we receive your application, we will then invite you to attend an informal
What happens when I complete my course?
Our Access courses have an excellent track record. Having achieved an Access to Higher Education Diploma, most students go on to the higher level courses, either at The College or at universities all around the country. The Access to HE course
Here are a range of frequently asked questions and answers about access to higher education:
Is it better for a young person to stay at school?
The most important thing is that a young person is on the course and in the environment that is most suited to their career ambitions and personality.
Leaving school is a big step, but we believe that the right course is the most
What are the advantages of college life?
There are many advantages to college life. It very much depends on the individual concerned. The benefits of moving on from school to a more adult learning environment will vary from one individual to another. Many young people by the end of year