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FT Registration Fee - £30.00
Please Note - These fees are for the 2018/19 Academic Year and are subject to change annually. Fees are payable for each year of study.
Days, Times and Fees for Part Time and HE courses are subject to change. HE Tuition Fees will be confirmed April 2018.
This course prepares you for progression to Higher Education to study Humanities and Social Sciences. The objective of the course is to provide a supportive and friendly environment to enable you to develop your potential and to prepare you for University-level study, with many past students going on to gain degrees and other awards.
No formal academic qualifications are required, but GCSEs in English Language and Maths is highly desirable. You will be provided with information on a topic prior to interview, and as part of the interview, you will need to provide a written response to it on site.
What will I study?
You will study English Literature, Sociology, Psychology and Law (Nantgarw and Rhondda campuses) or History (Aberdare and Ystrad Mynach Campuses), all at Level 3. You will also study Communication, Oral Presentation Skills and Study Skills at Level 3, and Numeracy at Level 2. A range of units is studied for each subject area.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed by continuous assessment with at least one unseen controlled assessment in each subject area. Assignments are graded Pass, Merit, or Distinction. You will also be expected to maintain your course files and all portfolios to the required standards.
Career Opportunities and Progression
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to apply for Honours degree courses in Higher Education in a wide range of Humanities and Social Science based courses or seek employment. Degree opportunities include: teaching, social work, police studies, housing, youth work, probation, criminology, counselling and therapeutic practices, as well as Law, Sociology, Psychology and English.