Access to HE: Health and Human Sciences at South Thames College
You'll study chemistry, physiology, physics, study skills, English, maths, nutrition and IT. Many different approaches to learning are used including individual and small/large group work. Academic and tutorial support is given throughout the course and you'll also get help and advice with your university applications through the UCAS system.
You'll need to show knowledge of the subject and a commitment to research and study at this level. Many universities ask for GCSE English and maths A*-C for entry onto their courses so ideally you'll have these already. If you don't already have A*-C in GCSE English and maths, you can take an English and/or maths assessment with us and still get onto our Access course depending on your results. You should always check the entry requirements for the courses and universities you are interested in progressing onto.
Assessments take place throughout the course with essays, assignments, presentations, tests and exams. To gain the Access Diploma you'll need to achieve 60 credits with a minimum of 45 at Level 3.
Choose your university course and remember that South Thames runs university-level courses too so there could be something here that fits your career plans.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact South Thames College directly.