Access to Higher Education Diploma
Leaflet Code: L8055
Are you thinking of applying for a degree in social science, psychology, sociology or criminology but don’t have the right qualifications you need for university? Don’t worry – this Level 3 Access to Higher Education Diploma in Social Science is the ideal way to develop the foundational skills and relevant grades you’ll need.
During this year-long diploma, you’ll study modules in psychology, sociology and criminology. You will cover Social Influence, Race in Britian, Offender Profiling and crime causation. You’ll also develop all the skills you’ll need for success at university too, including presentation and research skills. This will ensure you’ll be fully prepared to continue your journey and face any challenge as you advance onto a higher-level course.
GCSEs at grade C/4 or above in GCSE English and Maths / Functional skills at Level 2.
For those wishing to progress into Psychology GCSE maths at C/4 is also advisable and you should check your university to confirm.
During this Diploma, you’ll be assessed through a variety of methods to help develop your knowledge & skills and to prepare you for university. This will include classroom-based teaching, group work, individual tutorials, videos, outside visits and guest speakers.
Assessment is continuous so you will complete assignments for each module throughout the academic year.
Depending on your circumstances, you may need to pay tuition fees for this Access to Higher Education Diploma.
There are a number of different funding and finance options to help you afford The Manchester College, with dedicated support from the government, bursaries and grants, and special loans to cover any tuition fees. Find out more about the different help you could receive on our fees, finance and funding page.Learn more