Do you want to go to university but don’t have the formal qualifications? Access to Higher Education courses are diplomas which prepare people for university-level study. Access courses are designed for people who left school without formal qualifications, like A-Levels and BTECs, but want to study for HNCs, HNDs and degrees. Nescot offers the Diploma in Health & Social Care Professions (Nursing pathway).
After you’ve completed an Access course at Nescot you can continue into Higher Education. You can use our Career Coach service to find out where you could work when you finish and what you could earn.
An Access course at Nescot costs £3,365. The fee includes tuition and registration, but there is also an affiliation fee of £25. You can find more about the costs of Higher Education at Nescot here.
Further details can be found on the GOV.UK website : www.gov.uk/advanced-learning-loans/overview
To make an application for an Advanced Learning Loan, please phone Sharon Greenwood on 020 8394 3033 or Jacqui Kavanagh on 020 8394 3186, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out how much you'd repay when you start working by using the tool below:
Please note that some students aged 19 – 23 may qualify for fee remission for a level 3 course and so should contact our Student Finance Advisers above before making an application for an Advanced Learning Loan.
Nescot offers a wide range of support to students, from a dedicated finance team, to help with childcare costs, specialist support for people with disabilities and staff who can provide assistance to young people who are in or have recently left care.
For independent advice, visit the Money Advice Service, and for information on learning and funding, visit the National Careers Service website. You can find out more about the 24+ Advanced Learning Loans and apply.
For more information about the financial support available to Nescot students, including bursaries and other entitlements, contact Sharon Greenwood or Jacqui Kavanagh in Student Finance by calling 020 8394 3033 or 3186.