When & Where

Quick Facts

  • Availability Yes
  • Course Code K24HSSB05A
  • Suitable For 19 year olds and up are permitted on this course

What you will learn

Our Diploma courses lead to nationally recognised qualifications that enable successful students to progress onto degree level study at University. The Humanities and Social Science Diploma programme is the most suitable route for you if you are looking to go on to study a degree in subjects such as: History, English, Sociology, Anthropology, Politics, Criminology or other similar courses. Over recent years are students have successfully progressed on to high-ranking Universities throughout the United Kingdom, such as: Oxford, Cambridge, King's College London, The London School of Economics, Brunel, Goldsmiths, UCL, Queen Mary, Sheffield and York. We also have a particularly close relationship with the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and Birkbeck. On the Humanities and Social Science Diploma, you will study core modules in History, Politics and Sociology as well as Study Skills, which will enable you to develop the essential skills you will need to be a successful student at University. You will receive extensive support throughout the course, including guidance around all aspects of your University application.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Study skills: essay writing, report writing, preparing for higher education and the extended project
  • History: african independence from british rule, imperialism and decolonisation and more
  • Politics: globalisation, international politics, political ideologies
  • Sociology: sociology of education, families in society, crime and deviance
  • Develop your study skills and employability skills alongside a range of specialist skills including: practical skills, analytical skills, evaluative skills and it skills

On successful completion of the course, you will achieve the following qualification: Access to HE Diploma (Humanities and Social Science) [OCNLR]

Class format and activities

On the Humanities and Social Science Diploma, you will study core modules in Study Skills, which will enable you to develop the essential skills you will need to be a successful student at University. There are three main academic modules: History, Politics and Sociology. You will receive extensive support throughout the course, including guidance around all aspects of your University application. This is a fast paced course and you will be expected to have good attendance and complete independent study outside of lessons. At the start of the course you will be given a course calendar with a series of coursework submission dates which you will be asked to meet at regular intervals throughout the year. Delivery of the course is 100% in-person at our North Kensington Centre. Course resources and materials will be available online through MS Team to aid aspects of the course that require independent study

Entry requirements

You must be aged 19 or over. You should have GCSE English Grades A-C / 4-9 or Level 2 equivalent, and GCSE Maths Grades A-C / 4-9 or Level 2 equivalent is desirable. You will need these two qualifications in addition to the Access to HE Diploma to progress to most university undergraduate programmes.

What you need to know before you enrol

Your Access course requires dedication and commitment if you are going to succeed; you will be expected to do regular reading and written work and attend classes. Your course is timetabled for two days a week and runs from the beginning of September to the end of June. The Access course is an intensive course and will prepare you for the demands of a University degree course in just nine months. It is therefore essential to think how you are going to balance work, family and social life with your Access studies.

What you need

This is a live online plus course. You will need: - Internet connection. The classes work best with Chrome. - A computer with microphone and camera is best (e.g. a PC/laptop/iMac/MacBook), or a tablet/iPad/smart phone/iPhone if you don't have a computer. - Earphones/headphones/speakers. We will contact you with joining instructions before your course starts. As a student of Morley College you have access to Microsoft 365, including Office 365 and Teams throughout your course.

What you can do next

The course will prepare you for Higher Education course and interviews. You can progress onto degree in History, Sociology, Anthropology, Politics and Internal Relations, Development Studies and such other similar undergraduate programmes.

Cost

  • Full fee
    £3600
  • Concession fee
    £3600
  • This course may be available for free, or via a Student Loan