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Psychology: Access to Higher Education: (Sept '09) This course information relates to courses starting in September 2009. Course code: B0093F Course category: Part-time End Qualification: Access to Higher Education certificate (Kitemarked) Starting and ending month: September to June Starting year: 2009 Course duration: 1 year Time of day: All day Formal assessment: Formal assessment required Course location: Pelham Campus Course aims: Do you want to understand yourself and others better? Perhaps you would like a career in Mental Health or become a Social Worker? If so, this course is for you. Psychology is enjoyable and useful and provides a wealth of knowledge that you can use in everyday life. The course is aimed at those wishing to study for a degree at University who dont yet have the required entry qualifications. It will equip you with the academic skills and specialist knowledge needed to succeed in Higher Education and also help develop your in Maths and I.T. ability and increase your self-confidence. Psychology is a very popular subject and there are many options for further study at University which will lead to a career in a variety of subjects. Course content: You will study: Childhood Development Cognitive and Social Psychology Psychopathology and Research Methods and Statistics. Communication and Presentations skills Independent Project Developing skills for Studying and Learning Review and Planning Learning Styles and Reading Academic Literature. Facilities for students: A well equipped library at the Pelham site and lending rights at Sussex University and the University of Brighton. The Access course maintains excellent links with local universities and there are many opportunities to attend Open Days throughout the year. We also have visiting staff from the universities offering advice on admissions, UCAS applications, finance, career choice etc. We also have our own excellent student services department, counselling service and student union. Tutors: The tutors are well qualified, experienced and enthusiastic and understand the needs of Access learners and provide appropriate support and guidance. There is also support on applying to university from other organisations working together with City College such as Information Days at local universities. Assessment: Ongoing assessment e.g. Research project, written assessments, multiple choice tests, exams, presentations, class debate. Awarding Body: OCNSER Entry Requirements: There are no formal entry requirements but you will need to demonstrate literacy and numeracy at an appropriate level for the course by completing an initial assessment. Students will need to show a good level of motivation, be fully committed to the course and be able to spend a minimum of 5 hours per week studying at home. Applicants must be 19+. If English is not your first language you will need ESOL Level 2 or IELTS 5.5. Interview for entry: Interview required Pre-entry preparation: Any introductory A-Level Psychology text. e.g. Cardwell, Clark and Meldrum. Psychology for A Level. Progression and links: The course will enable you to apply for a degree or Foundation degree. Please note University entrance requirements may require additional qualifications in English, Maths and Science. Counselling, Mental Health, Research, Education, Social Services, Human Resources, Police (e.g. Forensics) in fact any career that requires good people skills andor research and statistics skills. Academic Centre: Centre for Business and Hospitality Costs of your Course: There are five parts to the cost of your course: Tuition Fees College registration Awarding Body registration Resource Fee Exam Assessment Fees Tuition fees How much will the Tuition Fees cost? Below are the fees for 0910. HomeEU students tuition fees (per year) : 600.00 If you are under 19 on 31st August 2009 you do not have to pay Tuition Fees, the College Registration, Awarding Body Registration or ExamAssessment Fees. However,

Psychology: Access to Higher Education: (Sept '09) This course information relates to courses starting in September 2009. Course code: B0093F Course category: Part-time End Qualification: Access to Higher Education certificate (Kitemarked) Starting and ending month: September to June Starting year: 2009 Course duration: 1 year Time of day: All day Formal assessment: Formal assessment required...

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