Access to Higher Education
I study? There are a wide range of Access to Higher Education Diplomas available such as Science, Health Care and Humanities. Courses offering a specific subject, such asNursing or Social Sciences, are suitable for learners who wan... Go to page
Access to Higher Education We are the only awarding body in Wales responsible for developing, approving and monitoring Access to Higher Education Diplomas. We work with every further education college in Wales to offer a wide range ... Go to page
looking for, contact Victor Morgan, Access to Higher Education Manager. What are the benefits of the new All Wales Access to Higher Education Diplomas? The new Diplomas will: improve standardisation and comparability across the ... Go to page
Access to Higher Education Diploma It is an alternative to A levels and recognised by all universities and higher education providers in England and Wales. It is designed to help people who want to go onto higher education but they ... Go to page
Diploma Approval Access to Higher Education centres are required to seek approval from Agored Cymru when they intend to deliver an all Wales Access to Higher Education Diploma that they have not previously offered. This also applies whe... Go to page
confirm learner achievement on the Access to Higher Education Diploma. Further Information For helpful guidance please refer to Related Information.... Go to page
in Wales enrolled onto an Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Diploma, a national qualification recognised by all universities in Wales as equivalent to three A Levels. The Diploma is specifically designed to provide adults with an opp... Go to news item
The Access to Higher Education Diploma is an alternative to A-Levels and recognised by all universities and other higher education providers in England and Wales. It is designed to help people who want to go onto higher education but wh... Go to news item
to HE Diploma at Coleg Sir Gâr. Access to Higher Education attracts extraordinary adult learners from diverse backgrounds. Often learners have overcomemajor personal, social and economic barriers to achieve the Diploma and to accomp... Go to news item
Pugh. Catrin completed an Agored Cymru Access to Higher Education Diploma with Coleg Cambria. You can watch a video of her story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuihHpsUi68 Agored Cymru has over 250 centres, with many providi... Go to news item
Agored Cymru has been shortlisted for a record three awards this year for the prestigious national FAB 2018 Awards. Now in its fourth year, the FAB Awards recognises the contributions made by awarding organisations and their employe... Go to news item
Get Digital Are you ready for assessment in the digital world? Do you want to make digital technology part of your assessment practice? Lets get digital together and take the digital world head on. The Digital Assessor ... Go to news item
We are delighted to welcome our newly appointed Access to Higher Education External Verifiers Rebecca Bennett Wilding, Bethan Norman and Jeremy Edwards. They will begin their external verification work in September 2016.
At Agored Cymru we are aware that Access to HE learners have faced or are facing significant barriers to their educational achievement. They are often studying while undertaking caring responsibilities and/or working and therefore frequently suffer considerable financial hardship as a result of their decision to return to education.
Welcome to our first Access to Higher Education (AHE) update bulletin of 2016. We hope you will find it a useful summary.
South Wales local authority, Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) has developed a pioneering approach using Agored Cymru units and qualifications to implement the Welsh Government's Youth Engagement and Progression Framework, Implementation Plan and Nat... Go to case study
By Year 11, 17-year-old Cory’s attendance rates were poor and meant he did not achieve the GCSE grades he needed. “I was accepted onto a Level 2 course to do sport in college, and was chosen to play rugby for the college academy” he explain... Go to case study
Paige, a 16-year-old pupil at Morriston Comprehensive School in Swansea is doing a mix of GCSEs, Welsh Baccalaureate, Hairdressing and qualifications in Hospitality and Health and Social Care. ... Go to case study
In partnership with Creative & Cultural Skills, Agored Cymru, the awarding body of choice for education and training providers in Wales, has developed the first of their kind higher level qualifications for the Craft, Design and Cultural H... Go to case study
Lecturer, Andrew Walker, left University in London where he was studying Film and Theatre. He returned home to North Wales questioning his next steps.... Go to case study
to become the Agored Cymru’s annual Access to Higher Education Learner of the Year Award for Outstanding Commitment to Study... Go to case study