It is anticipated that delivery for this course in September will be through some face to face delivery and some online delivery. We will continue to be guided by the Department of Education and Canterbury Christchurch guidelines. Our class sizes are typically small which is beneficial in adhering to social distancing measures and keeping our students and staff safe. We aim to move to full face-to-face delivery as soon as Government guidelines allow us to do so safely.
This course provides applicants with the unusual opportunity to earn a degree after only two years of part-time study. It has been designed for professionals working in the Further Education and Skills Sector who want to complete a full honours degree to develop the academic skills and outlook needed to critically investigate their area of work. In the past the BA has been completed by people working in a wide range of contexts who want to explore and understand the history, the present and the possible futures of lifelong learning and obtain a first degree.
Applicants must have passed the Diploma in Education and Training (or similar legacy awards) to be considered for this course.
Mature students with relevant experience may also be considered.
Applicants must be working in the Further Education and Skills Sector.
Suitable applicants will be invited to interview, where they will be required to further demonstrate their suitability for the course by writing a short analysis of their current work role.
Credit transfer and accreditation of prior learning or experience: Applicants will have received 120 credits when successfully completing the Diploma in Education and Training (or a similar legacy award) and these will be taken into account.
International Student Entry Requirements
Not currently offered to students requiring a Tier 4 visa – the courses available for Tier 4 students are https://kingston-college.ac.uk/international/academic-courses
You will complete and submit for assessment a set task at the end of each module. These tasks are fundamentally written tasks often in an essay form. The assessments are marked in accordance with the relevant university guidelines and regulations. You will find the relevant marking grids in your course handbook and your tutors will explain these grids to you at various times throughout the programme. The marking grids should serve you as a valuable resource and guide. Students’ final BA (Hons.) classification is calculated from the marks awarded for the three assignments at Level 6. To complete the BA students must successfully complete all the modules and assessments.
You will encounter a range of assessment methods which may include, but are not limited to: essays, practical reports, case studies, portfolios, oral presentations and independent study. You will be assessed against assessment criteria which will be made clear to you at the start of your module of study. The assessment across the programme aims to give you opportunities to demonstrate a variety of knowledge and understanding, skills and qualities expected of a graduate of this degree. The assessment for each module will normally be in one or two parts.
There may be materials you need to help with your studies. You'll either make a one-off payment for these when you enrol, or you'll buy them during the course. Your tutor will talk to you about this at interview or in your first class (if you don't need an interview).
Depending on your course and circumstances, you may be able to get funding to help with materials fees. Please check with us when you come in for interview or enrolment.
Course Costs and Financial Support
Fees: For the academic year 2019-20 the tuition fees for this course are:
- UK/EU students: £3,415
- Overseas/International students: £ Na
Applicants have the option to pay tuition fees via a student loan, self-funding or sponsor funding.
The following course-related costs are included in the fees:
- Annual printing allowance
The following course-related costs are not included in the fees:
- Additional printing over and above the annual allowance
- The cost of books and equipment that you might wish to purchase.
- Many students progress on to Masters level study
- The degree supports career progression within the Further Education and Skills Sector since many roles require a degree at application
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Where and when
Part Time Evening