We recommend that you apply for Student Finance as soon as you have registered with UCAS. There is sometimes a delay with Student Finance due to the growing number of University Students. There is a section on the Student Finance on-line application where you can enter your UCAS number and some of your details will be copied across to save you time. Paper application forms are also available.
There are a number of criteria that will need to be met to enable you to use qualifications as APL (Accredited Prior Learning). Please provide us with your certificates as early as possible and we will research this for you. Each case is reviewed independently and only previous qualifications at Level 4 (i.e. higher than A-level) and above can be considered. A good example of APL in practise is that most HLTA’s on our courses are able to not submit two assignments in Year 1 (only for modules pre-approved by your lead tutor). We still ask that you attend all of the sessions to ensure you do not miss any important information.
The course is designed for students to carry out alongside work. Even though you are only attending one study day a week, the time is made up with work based tasks and home study
Yes, this is a UK University Level qualification.
Once you have signed up we can arrange a Dyslexia Assessment. If it is found that you do have dyslexia, we will guide you through the official procedures to get the extra help and support you need.
If you already have a degree then you will not be eligible for funding from Student Finance. Please contact one of our representatives to gain further advice.