Our free GCSE English and GCSE Maths taught courses give you the chance to develop and refresh your subject skills at the same time as building your confidence as an adult learner.
GCSE for ME is available for adults who are currently studying with CLL. You will have the chance to develop skills (either your mathematical or your reading and writing skills) to the required standard for entrance into many professions.
Other study opportunities
The Government webpages offer advice on returning to education as a mature student.
Jobs.ac offer helpful advice on getting the most out of returning to education.
Warwick Gateway to HE
The Centre for Lifelong Learning's free part-time Gateway course offers an informal opportunity for students looking to return to study with other commitments.
There's no requirement to have previous qualifications, and successful completion guarantees you a place on the University of Warwick’s BA (Hons) Social Studies Degree.
The course has day-time and evening options, to find out more and hear about the course from a student and tutor's perspective, visit the Gateway webpages.
2+2 Degree pathway
If you don't have formal qualifications and would like to study for a degree, you can start with the first two years at your local college then move to the university for the final two years.
Students receive the support, study skills and confidence at college to prepare them for the final two years. Students graduate with a BA (Hons) Social Studies
There is a choice of 4 colleges around Warwickshire; find out more and hear a students perspective on returning to study on this programme.