This is an intensive course which provides a qualification equivalent to A-level (level 3), recognised by universities as sufficient for entry to related degree courses. Universities have provided their support for this course providing progression on to relevant courses, such as: criminology, forensic studies, psychology, sociology, media studies, childhood studies/ early years, social work and some science courses. However, we recommend students email universities to establish their entry requirements. The access courses provided at the college have outstanding success rates and lecturers are passionate about providing you with a positive learning environment. All staff are approachable and encourage you to regularly communicate with them. Suitability: Universities and colleges expect Access to HE applicants to have acquired a certain amount of life experience before they start an Access to HE course, so applicants who have only recently left school may be advised to follow a different route into higher education. You may also be required to have Science GCSE in the A*-C grade range, which will be discussed at interview, when you should also provide original copies of your qualifications.
Completion of the degrees listed above could lead to various careers, such as within the police and other areas of The Criminal Justice System. counselling, teaching, social work, and management roles.