The Access to Higher Education Diploma - Media Studies is designed for adults (19+) who have been out of full time education for some time and are aiming to join university or higher education courses. The course is modular and therefore flexible enough to fit around your work and/or family commitments. Day time study is spread over two days and is approximately 12.5 hours of study per week.
In addition, applicants need a satisfactory reference, successful interview and screening. Applicants must have sufficient time to devote to their studies.
Please note that it is the responsibility of the student to ensure their current and future qualifications comply with the entry requirements of any university to which they intend to progress.
International Entry Requirements
Duration and Delivery
Tuition Fee (Aged 19-23): £1780
Tuition Fee (Aged 24+): £3384
International students: £8000
All fees quoted are likely to rise in line with inflation - please contact us for the latest fees' advice.
24+ Advanced Learning Loans: If you are aged 24 or over you may qualify for a student loan that will pay for your tuition fees. This loan will not need to be repaid if you progress onto Higher Education and complete an eligible higher education qualification. Prices quoted may be subject to change, contact us for the latest fees information.
Fees quoted may be subject to change, contact us for the latest fees information.
Special contact: Rob Stuart, 020 8939 2901, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Access to HE Diploma - Media Studies is taught at Kingston College so is ideal for those based in South West London and Surrey.
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