Some universities ask for specific units in their entry requirements for certain Social Science and Health degrees. This Access to Higher Education Diploma (Social Science and Health) has two different pathways. These pathways contain specific units which will help you meet the entry requirements for your selected university. Checking your chosen university’s entry criteria is vital when deciding which pathway to choose, choosing the wrong pathway could result in you not meeting the university’s requirements.
This Diploma (Social Science and Health) “Health Studies Pathway” features 19 balanced Health Studies and Biology units.Learn More
This Diploma (Social Science and Health) “Biology Pathway” features 18 balanced academic study units that cover Biology.Learn More
With Central College of Education (CCfE), you can start an Access to Higher Education Diploma at any time, and it’s all online.
Our Access to Higher Education Diplomas are designed for people who don’t have the necessary qualifications to get into university. The Diploma gives you the opportunity to gain the required skills needed to progress on to your desired degree course. You can study from the comfort of home, in your spare time.
All of our Access to Higher Education Diploma courses are awarded by Open College Network West Midlands.
You can study at your own pace, in your own time. You’re in control of setting your study schedule. Fit your studying around your lifestyle and responsibilities. You’ll have plenty of flexibility with your learning, but it’s important to be realistic about what you can achieve in the time you’ve set yourself.
Our online learning platform, PEARL, is easy to use and the course materials are straightforward. Learning through this advanced online learning environment gives you far more than just study materials and assessments. You can interact with your course in different ways such as adding learning objectives which can help you with essential employment related skills - useful when you finish your course with us.
A personal assessor will be assigned to you when you start studying with CCfE. Your Assessor will provide feedback, comments and guidance, so you can continually progress and maximise your potential.
Other students can support you throughout your studies. Your thoughts and ideas can be shared and discussed with other students via our social hub. Students can also join in debates, post blogs and share course materials which can help with students’ learning.
Remember that our innovative online learning environment, PEARL, provides you with far more than study materials and assessment. There’s extra goodies to help you with your learning journey.