Course content includes:
- Two mandatory units and a course assessment
- English: Analysis and Evaluation
- English: Creation and Production course assessment (exam)
Please note - this course will run online on Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 9pm.
Higher English offers learners the opportunity to develop detailed and complex language skills in the contexts of literature, language and media. Candidates will develop reading and writing skills through studying, analysing and responding to a wide variety of texts. Students will learn to understand, analyse and evaluate the way language is used in a wide range of literature and texts and develop their own discursive and creative writing skills.
If you are interested in studying a higher in the evening, you will be required to submit an application for consideration.
Important Information for all non UK nationals
The College has a requirement to complete a residency check on all non-UK nationals for tuition fee purposes. When you book and pay for your course online, please be aware that you will be contacted by a member of our Student Administration team and asked to provide documents i.e. a copy of your passport; proof of your settlement status and EU share code.
Following assessment of evidence, if you do not meet the criteria for ‘home fee status’, you will contacted and advised of any additional fee required.
If you require further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are currently living in the UK then you should have already applied for the EU Settlement Scheme which will allow you to continue living in the UK.
From 1st January 2021, if you are a national of a country outwith the UK it is most likely you will need a visa to study in the UK. You can check if you require a visa by visiting the UK Government’s website here. If you require a student visa, further information can be obtained at the following link.
For the latest information about EU nationals studying in the EU, you should visit the UK Government’s website.
Course content includes:
One of the following:
Course places are only secured after payment/funding has been arranged.
As per the College Tuition Fees and Refund Policy, tuition fees are non-refundable except under exceptional circumstances.
Fees of less than £150 must be paid in full. Payment by instalment is available, provided the course fee is greater than £150.
Instalments must be paid via direct debit over a 4-month period and an initial 30% deposit is required in order to secure your place. You will not be able to apply online if paying by direct debit, you must contact Evening Admissions by email at - email@example.com
If your employer is paying for your tuition fees, an Employers Agreement form or letter from your employer must be submitted prior to or on enrolment. You can access the Employer Agreement form here and this should be returned to evening admissions -firstname.lastname@example.org
Refunds will only be given if the course is cancelled or significantly altered by the College. Please refer to our Tuition Fee and Withdrawal procedure for further information.
Some students may be eligible for a tuition fee waiver if in receipt of certain types of benefits. Fee waiver evidence must be submitted either before or on enrolment. Refer to our Tuition and Fee Waiver Policy for further information.
You will not be able to apply online if using fee waiver, you must contact Evening Admissions by emailing email@example.com
This course is eligible for ITA funding. You may be eligible if you are:
If you wish to use ITA funding towards the cost of this course, you must first apply for the ITA funding through the My World of Work website. ITA funding will cover up to £200 of course fees.
You will not be able to enrol for your course online if using ITA funding. Once you’ve applied for funding, you will receive a confirmation email from SDS and the college with instructions on how to book your course.
31 August 2022
10 May 2023