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Whether you’re considering our Gateway, 2+2 full-time degree or one of our part-time programmes or just want to talk through the options, come along to our Information Session and find out more about our flexible study routes where formal qualifications may not be required.
If you don't have formal qualifications and wish to study locally for a university degree, this pathway is for you. The first two years of our BA (Hons) Social Studies are taught at a local college enabling you to gain the skills and confidence to prepare you for the final two years here at the University.
Our Early Childhood programme offers you the chance to combine your study with work and family commitments. You might be an early years educator, a parent, a grandparent or a health worker, or simply wish to extend your knowledge and understanding about Early Childhood.
Our foundation degree helps you to develop a range of academic, professional and key skills. However, if you wish to take your study further, the degree will also offer you a preparation towards an Honours Degree and is an important pathway to the BA (Hons) Early Childhood.
A flexible programme which is structured in a flexible way, enabling you to study at your own pace (up to 10 years). There are a number of evening modules but you will need to be able to study daytime too if you wish to choose from the full range of modules on offer. We welcome your application whatever your background and experience.
There are a range of subjects you can study as a part-time degree:
- English and Cultural Studies
- French Studies*
- Health and Social Policy
- Social Studies
*daytime study only
The brand new BA(Hons) Person-centred Counselling and the Psychotherapeutic Relationship degree will replace our popular and successful Foundation degree in Person-centred Counselling and Psychotherapy. This is now a four year course.
We are no longer taking applications for 2018 entry.
Undergraduate short courses