Access to Arts Humanities Social Sciences & Law

University College Dublin


Course Name Access to Arts Humanities Social Sciences & Law
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code 30309 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Special Purpose Certificate (Level 6 NFQ)  More info... Special Purpose National University of Ireland Level 6 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time, Morning, Evening, Daytime
Location (Districts) Stillorgan, Belfield, Dublin City Centre
Course Fee €850

Students who are registered as unemployed and/or in-receipt of one of the following payments: Job-seekers Benefit, Job-seekers Allowance or One-Parent Family Allowance or Disability Benefit may qualify for a Mature Years Access Scholarship. To apply for the scholarship or reduced course fees will need to produce evidence of income. Thomond Coogan will be happy to discuss this with you. (Tel. 7167584 or e-mail )
Entry Requirements There are no entry requirements for the UCD Open Learning programme. You can apply online, in person or over the phone.

You must register for each module before the advertised start date of the module, or within a week of the start if there are places available.
Course Content

Expand+Have you ever thought of coming to university to study for a degree?

UCD welcomes mature learners and is delighted to provide a variety of courses to get you started. UCD Access and
Lifelong Learning is a leader in the field of lifelong learning ...

Careers or Further Progression Where to after Access?

Progression from: Access to Arts, Humanities, Social Science and Law

Students who achieve an overall mark of 60% or more in overall course assessment, , are eligible to apply on grounds of mature years, and who follow appropriate application procedures via the CAO will be guaranteed a place on the UCD:

•Bachelor of Arts(DN500)
•UCD Social Science Degree (DN550)
•UCD Law (DN600)
Further Enquiries Further information

For further advice and guidance about this course, or the Scholarship, please contact:

Thomond Coogan, Mature Years Access Programme Co-ordinator.
Tel (01) 716 7584
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