What I'll learn
Learners primarily progress to higher education study in areas related to Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism.
These may include some of the following areas of degree-level study:
- Airline Management
- Public Relations
- a range of combined or related degrees
In addition, some colleges may offer internal progression to, for example, Higher National Diplomas in the areas of Hospitality, Leisure or Tourism.
How I'll learn
You will learn through a variety of lectures seminars workshops and tutorials.
Credits are gained for a variety of tasks such as quizzes, case studies, essays, reports, presentations and timed assessments.
The main aim of this course is to prepare students for study at university. Students will receive subject specific study skills preparation, as well as tuition in subjects that are relevant to their chosen degree course.
How I'll be assessed
Assessment is via a combination of exams (approximately 30%) and coursework (approximately 70%).
Assessments are a mixture of:
- structured questions
Once awarded the Access to HE Diploma, students will be able to start a university degree, provided they have met the entrance criteria for their chosen universities.