Access to Higher Education courses are one year intensive courses for adult students age 19+ who are intending to study for a degree at university but who do not have the required qualifications for entry, for example BTECs or A-Levels at Level 3. This is a one year course. Law is all around us and part of all our everyday lives; a complex and fascinating subject. Your Access to Law course will provide you with a great insight into the English legal system, its personnel, and its components of criminal and civil law. Whilst building your legal knowledge, you will also gain important skills such as, IT, research, presentation and debating. You will study specialist Law units including the English Legal System, Criminal Law, Tort and Contract Law. Tutorial sessions have been set to facilitate your UCAS application for admission to university. This is a credit base course. Each coursework or examination gains you credit.
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- Greater London
Suitability - Who should attend?
You must have at least one GCSE grade A* - C in Maths or English, with the exception of Science where you must have A* - C in a Science subject and Maths. Be able to prove that your university choices will accept a Functional Skills Level 2 qualification in place of GCSEs. This only applies if you do not have the required GCSEs but you do have Functional Skills at Level 2. Undertake relevant work experience/placement. You must achieve at least Level 2 in your initial assessment for English and at least Level 1 in your initial assessment for Maths. This does not apply if you have GCSE certificates in these subjects showing passes at A* - C taken in the last 5 years. Maths and English Qualifications: If you need Level 2 qualifications in English, Maths or Science we recommend that you achieve these qualifications before applying for an Access to HE programme.