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Cardiff University - Pathways to a Degree

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Cardiff University - Pathways to a Degree
by Hilma Wright - Tuesday, 24 May 2016, 10:03 AM

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Save the Date – Spotlight on Pathways Open Day 29th June 2016

Have you always wished you’d studied at university after school?  Would you like a second chance? Come and find out about our Pathways to a Degree courses. We offer programmes that enable adult learners to study towards a degree from Cardiff University. The programmes are taught part-time and in most cases no formal qualifications are necessary*.

- Accounting
- Business Management
- English Language, Literature and Philosophy (Inside Narratives)
- Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (Our Media, Our World)
- History, Archaeology and Religion (Exploring the Past)
- Modern Languages (French, German, Italian and Spanish)
- Politics and International Relations
- Social Science
- Translation
- Healthcare NEW for September 2016
1. Adult Nursing
2. Mental Health Nursing
3. Paediatric Nursing
4. Midwifery
5. Occupational Therapy
6. Operating Department Practice
7. Radiology and Radiotherapy




Come along to the event to speak to one of our co-ordinators who will be able to discuss your learning options.

Date: Wednesday 29th June 2016

Time: 12.00-2.00pm and 5.00-7.00pm

Venue: Cyber Café, Continuing and Professional Education, 21-23 Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4AG

To find out more about Pathways to a Degree please visit our website.

*Applicants to the Pathways to a Degree from Cardiff Business School require a minimum GCSE grade B in mathematics (or equivalent); Applicants to the Pathways to a Degree in Modern Languages or Translation are required to have achieved a certain level in their chosen language/s.
Applicants to the Pathway to Healthcare: to enrol on all these Pathways you will need 5 GCSEs, grades A-C, to include Maths and English/Welsh. For the Pathway to Radiology and Radiotherapy you will need 5 GCSEs, grades A-C, including Double Science (or Physics and another Science), Maths and English/Welsh.