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Intermediate Pre-Access to Science

Start Date Length Attendance Campus Course Code
11/09/2017 1 Year Daytime Stratford Campus PR000015 Apply Now

What is involved?

You will take core science units such as:

  • Scientific Principles
  • Science and the World at Work

You will also take a range of specialist units which may include:

  • Forensic Science Applications
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Chemistry Applications


As well as your theory lessons there will be plenty of practical work to develop experimental skills. You will also learn some of the study skills you'll need to succeed in university. The course is taught in a variety of ways, including practical sessions, assignments and group work, will be continually assessed throughout the year.

Outside of class time you can use our extensive library, computer and multi-media facilities and join in a wide range of social activities. You may also be eligible for support with your studies if you have a learning difficulty or disability. This support is free to UK residents.


What will my career options be?

This nationally recognised qualification which will enable you to progress to a one year Access to Higher Education course in Health Science.

What is the cost?

The Home fee TBC
In some instances a course may be free - please refer to the 'What do I Need to Pay' screen for more information.

The information which describes this course was accurate at the time of publication. Newham College reserves the right to amend, withdraw or cancel any part of the programmes, locations, facilities and costs at any time.


What do I need?

Learners will need to undertake an interview with a course tutor to demonstrate their interest and back ground.

You will also need to have a full level 1 qualification or demonstrate English and Maths at Level 1 through Initial Testing.