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Level 3 Access to HE Diploma (Social Science – Criminology & Law Pathway) – Online

Level 3 Access to HE Diploma (Psychology)

1 year full time, 2 years part time



Course summary

· Are you 19 years or older? · Do you want a career in Criminology or Law? · Do you need a Level 3 Qualification to meet the entry requirements for University? · Do you want to study online from the comfort of your own home? · Are you unable to commit to full-time college-based study due to personal or employment reasons? For further information and to discuss your individual needs please contact: [email protected]

Course requirements

· You will need GCSE English at Grade A-C (4-9) or equivalent (Level 2 Functional Skills) and

GCSE Maths at Grade A-C (4-9) or equivalent (Level 2 Functional Skills).

· Some Universities will only accept GCSEs to meet entry requirements. They will also

require you to have additional GCSEs at Grade A-C (4-9) for some courses, including a

science for some pathways.

· As the course is fully online you must have strong ICT skills to enable you to cope with the

demands of the course.

· You will also need to have your own laptop.

· Modules include - Criminology, Law, Psychology and Skills for Learning.

· Online Course – You will have the opportunity to come into college for ‘drop-in’ support

sessions with your course tutor who can provided guidance and support with your


· Your learning will be fully online and will be managed and supported using the innovative

PEARL platform, with ongoing support from the experienced Access to HE curriculum


Are there any additional costs the student should be made aware of?

The course costs £3384. Your UCAS application will cost up to £26.50.


You must achieve 60 credits at Level 3. 45 are Graded Credits in Academic Modules at Pass, Merit or Distinction, and 15 are Ungraded Credits in Skills for Learning.

Learners who complete this qualification progress to university for an Undergraduate Degree in Criminology, Policing, Law, Psychology

To discuss your options direct with the course tutor email

[email protected]

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