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Zoology CAVA Access To HE Diploma

Level 3

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Key Info

Learning Area   Wildlife Conservation & Zoology
Delivery Mode   Part-time
Duration   1 Year
Course Code   10018-BIC-22


Dates & Locations

Course Type   Adult
Location   Bicton College
Start Date   14/09/2022
Fees   Tuition Fees: £3384.00

Access courses are designed as a stepping stone to enable motivated, enthusiastic people to progress on to Higher Education.

Please Note: This course is only available to applicants who are 19+

  What You Will Learn

A range of units within Biology, Environments and Earth Science, Chemistry, Land Based Studies (including Animal Health, Disease and Immunity and Animal Welfare), Health Studies, Maths and Study Skills.

  Entry Requirements

Although there aren't any specific entry requirements for this course, applicants will need to undertake an initial assessment and interview to determine their ability to study at this level.

  Assessment

You will be assessed via a range of methods including essays, reports, presentations and lab experimentation.

  Progression

Students can progress onto an Honours Degree, Higher National Diploma or Foundation Degree in a range of subject areas allied to Science, Zoology, Animal Welfare and Conservation.

This diploma is recognised by all UK universities.

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