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Roadworks are set to be carried out at Harrington which will affect traffic to Lakes College starting from Monday, January 30th.

The roadworks will last up to six weeks and students are advised to allow plenty of time to travel to college, especially on GCSE mock exam dates – Tuesday, January 31st and Thursday, February 2nd.

Stagecoach has recommended people catching a bus into college should get on an earlier bus, particularly at the start of the first week as disruptions are at their highest during the beginning of roadworks.

All bus passes including those issued by Cumbria County Council will be accepted if different routes need to be used.

Access to Higher Education

Want to study at university but not sure of your options? Our Access to Higher Education course could be perfect for you - available to study in two exciting course areas!

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“I decided to apply for the Access to Higher Education course as it would enable me to apply to universities, so that I could go on to study Mental Health Nursing. We studied a wide variety of subjects on the course, including English, History, Psychology and Sociology. The tutors were great and really supported my learning during my time at Lakes.”

Overview

If you’re over 19 and would like to go to university but left school without the qualifications you need, then our Access to Higher Education Diploma course could be the answer!

Prepare for degree-level study with our intensive one year course, tailored to equip you with the study skills and knowledge needed in order to progress onto university level learning.

With family-friendly hours, small class sizes and excellent one to one support, the course is ideal for those who want to further themselves and their career.

As there is no upper-age limit, this course attracts a diverse range of students who find the course challenging, intellectually stimulating and rewarding.

The Access to Higher Education Diploma is widely recognised by UK universities, and many actively encourage applications from Access students.

Each year, around 20,000 Access to Higher Education students apply for a degree course at a UK university.

They go on to study a wide range of subjects, including health & social care, law, education, and business.

Courses We Offer

Here at Lakes College, we have two Access courses to choose from:

Policing and Criminal Justice

A programme designed for adults interested in undertaking a career within fields such as Policing, Prison Service, Youth Justice, Law, Criminology and more.

Health and Social

A course designed to allow progression to H&SC undergraduate degrees including Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Social Work, Counselling, Radiography and Psychology.

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Mini course guide

Our handy guide gives an overview of the range of opportunities we offer so you can find the right course for you.