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Access to HE Diploma in Social Science

This course lasts for 33 weeks and is classed as full-time learning. Currently teaching takes places on three days per week - Wednesdays, Thursday and Friday, 9.30am – 3.00pm. You'll have 15 hours a week of teaching and we expect you to do a minimum of 15 hours a week of self-study.

About the Course

Course Duration

This course lasts for 33 weeks and is classed as full-time learning. Currently teaching takes places on three days per week - Wednesdays, Thursday and Friday, 9.30am – 3.00pm. You'll have 15 hours a week of teaching and we expect you to do a minimum of 15 hours a week of self-study.

Location

Oxford

Course fee (per year)

£3,022

Ruskin College Oxford offers an Access to HE Diploma in Social Science, which is a one-year program designed for individuals who want to pursue a degree in social science or related subjects but do not have the necessary qualifications to enter university.The program covers a range of topics related to social science, such as sociology, psychology, anthropology, social policy, and research methods. The program also provides opportunities for students to develop essential skills such as academic writing, critical thinking, and research.  Upon completion of the program, graduates will have the necessary qualifications to progress to higher education programs in social science or related subjects, including psychology, sociology, criminology, social policy, and international development.

Career Pathways

Successful completion of this course provides a route back into education and will prepare you to study at degree level in a range of areas including sociology, social work, psychology, politics and law.

University / College

Ruskin College Oxford

Widening Access Partner

N/A

Payment Options

Student Finance England
Self Pay

Entry Requirements(Qualification)

Entry requirements Qualifications No specific qualifications are required to apply for this course. However, a GCSE in English and Maths at grade 4/C or equivalent Level 2 qualifications such as Functional Skills would be beneficial. Equivalent international qualifications are also accepted.Applicants are advised to contact the universities to which they plan to apply, to check their Level 2 Maths and English criteria. If you do not hold Level 2 qualifications, please contact us to discuss your options.  You will be asked to attend an interview and to complete a Maths and English assessment as part of the application process. AgeYou must be age 19 or over by September of the year in which you start the course. 

Entry requirements (Experience)

Entry requirements (Experience)

NA

Awarding Body

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