Logistics and Transport Management - Access to Higher Education

LL7018MT

About the course

This course is for people who wish to study Logistics and Transport Management or business-related degree at university but who currently lack the necessary qualifications to apply. It is the ideal first step to a career in Logistics and Transport Management, Business, Management, Finance, Marketing, Public Relations, Human Resources, Hospitality, Leisure, Tourism and public sector organisations.

  • All applicants must have a minimum Grade C in GCSE Maths.
  • It would be an advantage if you have undertaken work experience or voluntary work in a relevant field, where you have had the opportunity to demonstrate your organisational or administrative skills.
  • Your motivation and commitment to the course will be tested at interview. For International Students, along with the above qualifications, you will also need an IELTS 5.5 (with at least 5.0 in each component), or equivalent.

You will study from a range of options including Academic Study Skills, Business Studies, Economics, Marketing, ICT or Accountancy and Finance options.

To be accepted for the Accountancy and Finance option you will have to pass a further assessment. You will also have a personal tutor who will support you during the year and who will advise you on your applications to higher education institutions.

The course requires between 2.5 to 3 days attendance each week. You will also be expected to undertake private study of 10-15 hours each week in addition to this.

Assessment is by coursework and occasional written examinations.

You can progress to a range of possible degrees in Logistics and Transport Management, Business, Finance, Business, IT, Marketing, Hospitality, Tourism, Human Resources, Law or similar fields. The college is able to offer a guaranteed place on The BA (Hons) in Business or the LLB (Hons) degree courses at The University of Law subject to tutor recommendations. There are also bursaries and scholarships available to students once they pass the access course too.

The course coordinator and the College's careers and higher education advisors will give you advice and guidance on your application to university.