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Access to Higher Education Diplomas

Sometimes called Access to HE, or Access to HE Diplomas, these Access to Higher Education Courses are here if you want to go to Uni but dont have qualifications. If you can successfully complete an Access to Higher Education Diploma, in a relevant subject, most universities will welcome you to further your higher education with a university degree course.

Take a look at our Access to Higher Education Diplomas, which can act as a gateway to enrol on one of a wide range of degree programmes.

Courses funded with an Advanced Learner Loan

Government backed Advanced Learner Loans are popular because repayments do not start until you have finished the course and are earning more than £21K per annum.

All DTS courses attract funding

Both RQF (formerly QCF) courses and Access to HE Diplomas have funding available, just find your course, click Enrol, choose how you pay and then start studying.

We have tried to embrace as many careers as possible, take a look at our selection of blended learning courses.

Fully funded Apprenticeships

A university education is not for everyone and it’s not the only way to create a satisfying and rewarding career. The apprenticeship route offers “on the job training” and a salary throughout the training programme.

Not only that... upon finishing an apprenticeship many students are offered a permanent job with the same employer. Take a look at the Apprenticeships available with DTS.

If you need training support in a vocation that is not covered please feel free to email us, and we’ll do our best to help you.

Access to Higher Education Diplomas

All about Access to Higher Education Diplomas

Want to go to Uni?

Need qualifications to get there?

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Advanced Learner Loans Funding

About Advanced Learner Loan Funding

Aged 19 or over?

Lived in the UK for 3 years or more?

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All about Apprenticeships

Aged 16-23?

Living in the UK?

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