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Suitable for Adult (19+)
Level 3
Mode of study Full Time
Duration 36 weeks
Subject area Humanities & Science
  • 05 Sep 2022
  • Stratford Campus

Are you aged over 19? Do you have an interest in studying law and criminology?

If you want to go to university to study law and/or criminology at degree level but don’t have the qualifications you need, this course will enable you to develop the skills and knowledge that are required for Higher Education.

This course is a level 3 course and is equivalent to three A-levels.

Course description

On this course you will develop your knowledge and understanding of law and criminology. You will study a range of relevant subjects, including constitutional law, criminal law, contract law, legal concepts, criminology, psychology and criminal investigation.

In addition to this, you will develop the skills that are required for success in higher education. You will also receive advice and guidance while completing your UCAS application to study at university.

You will be continually assessed throughout the year using a variety of assessment methods.

Additional information

Entry requirements

You must be at least 19 years old in order to apply for this course.

It would be beneficial to have level 2 qualifications in English and Mathematics. However, you will be provided with an opportunity to gain a level 2 qualification in GCSE or Functional Skills English and Maths.

If you do not have formal qualifications for entry, you will need to demonstrate commitment and enthusiasm to study at level 3, as well as demonstrating level 2 abilities in communications and numeracy.

Progression

The majority of students that successfully complete the course will progress on to a university degree programme, with a focus on law and criminology or a related field. Other options include progression to a Foundation Degree.

The main focus of Access programmes is to prepare learners to study at university. However, some may decide to go into employment.

On completion of your course, you will receive a profile of credits that will reflect your suitability for your chosen degree programme.

Fees and funding

The course fee is TBC.

If you are aged 19+, how much you pay for your course and any additional costs will depend on a number of factors. Learn more about course fees and finances.

We have a range of financial support options available to help you while you’re studying. Find out what support you may be eligible for.

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