Access to Higher Education
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Welcome to Access to HE. We’re really looking forward to welcoming you in September!
Find yourself following your dreams. If you would like to go to university or a need a stepping stone to a university-level qualification, then you've made the right decision to apply for an Access to Higher Education (HE) Diploma. Our Access to HE Diploma prepares people without advanced level qualifications for study at university.
Your Summer Work
Your new lecturers have set you some work to complete over the summer. Please check back here for a new task to complete each week...
TASK 1 Francis Report and Codes of Practice - HEALTH PATHWAY
TASK 2 Study Skills - ALL PATHWAYS
TASK 3 Science Group Chemical Structure - SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 4 The Stanford Prison Experiment - HEALTH & SOCIAL SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 5 Ideas of Interest - Biology - HEALTH & SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 6 History - SOCIAL SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 7 Different forms of discrimination - HEALTH PATHWAY
TASK 8 Literature and Language Task 2 - SOCIAL SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 9 Study Skills - Harvard Referencing - ALL PATHWAYS
TASK 10 Ideas of Interest Part 2 - Biology - HEALTH & SCIENCE PATHWAY
TASK 11 Oliver Sacks - Neuroscience - HEALTH & SCIENCE PATHWAY
With support from teaching staff, students develop the specific knowledge, skills and behaviours needed for them to move on to their intended next steps.
Tom Hunt, Access to HE
A professional actor for the last 10 years, Tom decided he wanted a career change. Our brand new Access to HE, Science pathway allows students direct progression to a wide range of science related degree courses. Hit play to hear Tom's story.
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Access students celebrating on GCSE results day
If you haven't achieved a grade 4 or above in maths or English when you start your Access course, we will support you throughout to put you on the path to success.
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Celebration Award Winner 2022, Elizabeth Jarvis, studied the 'Access to HE: Health Professionals' pathway and progressed from Stafford College to Staffordshire University to study Adult Midwifery.
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Supporting Good Causes
Access students throughout the academic year often get involved in charitable initiatives whether that be hair donations to the Little Princess Trust or raising money for BBC Children in Need.
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