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access course

n
(Education) (in Britain) an intensive course of study for people without academic qualifications that enables them to apply for higher education
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access course

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Carl Thom, business advisor at Middlesbrough College, was Mandy's tutor while she studied on the access course.
So she joined the Fast track Access course at Henley College last January.
I was really interested in engineering when I was younger and I was excited to see it offered as an Access course at Bournville College.
The one-year access course offers an opportunity to gain a qualification to progress to a wide range of degrees and higher education.
All of the above are not taught at high school, so why don't schools offer an access course to higher education for those students who decide to go to university, and just A-levels for those sixth-formers who want to leave education after their A-levels?
An Evening With' will see the Band of Gold and Mona Lisa star talk about writing which has inspired her, as well as reading her own short story penned during an access course on creative writing which she took before securing her university place.
If you're over 21, or you reach 21 before the two years have passed, you can take something called a Direct Access course.
With no A levels but a keen interest in Law, Conor signed up for the Access course.
I was told to do an access course but I really didn't believe I could.
Successful completion of an Access course guarantees students a place on a wide range of HNC, HND or university degree courses.
In the course of theoretical and practical preparation graduate students, who come together on campus only for weekly class sessions, rely on CMS to access course materials and additional learning resources, share their experiences and discuss a variety of themes.
The purpose of this study was to compare and contrast perceptions and attitudes of graduate students enrolled in an allied health program who access the same course material from a distance via the Internet with those students who may also access course material via the Internet, but who also have the opportunity to attend traditional on-campus class meetings.

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