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Free part-time Access Course from The Open University in Wales

Date published: 10/08/2017


Do you know learners who would like to take the first steps into higher education?logo

To open up higher education, The Open University in Wales is offering a number of free places on the People, Work and Society Access Course starting in October 2017, for people living in Communities First and other priority areas in Wales. This project is funded by the three Reaching Wider partnerships in Wales.

After completing the Open University course, students will be able to either continue their studies with The Open University or will be guaranteed an interview at one of the partner institutions.

Places for this project are limited so please pass the course information on to any learners who may want to apply as soon as possible.

Eligibility criteria apply. Learners will need to live in Communities First areas or other priority postcodes

Those who aren’t eligible for this project, but are on a low household income may be able to secure funding for study with The Open University

If you live in south east Wales (Vale of Glamorgan, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Merthyr Tydfil, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Newport, Blaenau Gwent, Torfaen, Monmouthshire and Bridgend), E: Firstcampus@southwales.ac.uk  

If you live in south west, mid or north Wales: please provide some key information. The Open University will be in touch to confirm your eligibility and provide you more information on this project.

For further details, E: wales-partnerships@open.ac.uk

 

 

 

 


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