Immediate entry to the one-year Level 3 Access to HE Diploma offers students who have already attained sufficient GCSE qualifications the quickest route to university. Usually this means students must have attained 4 GCSEs grade A-C/9-4, including English and Maths. Science is usually required for health related courses.
Our two health pathways offer routes into Higher Education to train for a variety of health related professions including: Nursing, Midwifery, Podiatry, Chiropody, Paramedics and Operations Department Practitioner.
Health Sciences (1 module)
The Access programme requires attendance for 14 hours a week over 34 weeks. Level 3 students can, in some cases, combine evening with daytime study depending on their chosen pathway.
A work placement may be required for your course. If this is the case, the College will support you in completing a DBS application.
The Access to HE Diploma offers students a way to gain the qualifications needed to enter Higher Education and gain a degree, helping enter their chosen career.