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Higher Education Guide 2019/20 #BePartOfOurStory


Contents

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Events Management Part Time

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Barnet and

Computing Top-Up

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Business 5

Network Engineer

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Business Management Top-Up

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Sport and Exercise Science

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Children & Young People’s Services

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Access to Higher Education Diploma Courses

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for ‘Assessment and

International Students

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Feedback’ from our

Special Educational Needs & Disability

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Child & Youth Studies Top-Up

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Construction 11

Extra support and HE student discounts

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Dental Technology

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How to Apply

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International Fashion & Design Technology

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Our partners & employers and the people we work with

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How to find us

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Computing 16

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scored 11% over the national average

Fees 26 Education (PGCE)

Southgate College

students National Student Survey (NSS) 2018

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Welcome to

Barnet and Southgate College Higher Education Guide

PHILIPPA O’BRIEN Higher Education Manager Whether you are looking to enhance your career prospects or planning a career change, studying degree level, work based or access courses at Barnet and Southgate College is a key part in achieving your goals. All courses are offered with a range of university partners and higher level awarding organisations including the University of Derby, the University of Bolton, the University of Hertfordshire, Middlesex University, Pearsons and OCN London. Courses cover over 10 employment sectors with more planned for the future. Courses are offered at each campus and have been established through close partnerships with employers.

The higher education provision has its own vision, identity, ethos, learner voice, study areas, staffing teams and opportunities. We encourage enterprise and innovation with our students taking part in competitions, enrichment, action research projects and scholarship activities which are all evidenced as employability skills for progression. Our higher education students benefit from an extensive timetable with dedicated, regular tutor support built into the programmes. The College is committed to offering all its students the opportunity to access work placement and we work closely with REED NCFE and the Work Placement team who are based at our Wood Street Campus. Degree level and access to degree level study involves investing time in your future. It will require hard work and commitment but the rewards will be numerous, making a difference to the lives of our HE students and their families. At the end of your journey you will be able to attend our annual graduation event, along with our partners, which we are very proud to be part of.

PROVIDE OUTSTANDING LEARNING AND EMPLOYMENT RELATED OPPORTUNITIES WITHIN EVERY MARKET WE OPERATE AND TO OFFER THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF EXPERTISE AND KNOWLEDGE WHICH WILL ENRICH THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIVES OF OUR CUSTOMERS. Our Mission

Barnet and Southgate College courses will develop your learning and skills to take you further and be who you want to be. I look forward to meeting you.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Foundation Degree

Events Management Part Time

CAREER PROGRESSION Conference or Exhibition Manager Average wage ÂŁ26,306

Who is this course for? To be a successful events manager you need the knowledge and skills in all areas of events including corporate, personal celebrations, fundraising, new product launches and large scale sporting and entertainment events. This course provides you with the opportunity to specialise in one of the following career areas: travel and tourism or business.

What will I study? You will study project planning, financial forecasting and reporting, bidding for events and live briefs, events marketing and customer behaviour. A work placement is an essential part of the programme. Modules include: n Academic management & professional skills for the events industries

What qualifications or experience do I need? A full Level 3 qualification (160 UCAS points) or extensive relevant work experience. Maths and English at Level 2 (GCSE C grade or 4/5) is also required. A reduced academic offer will be made for mature students with extensive work experience.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 3 years part time

How will I be assessed? A mixture of assignments (both individual and group), sometimes including presentations and classroom based examinations.

What qualifications could I achieve? FdSc Events Management.

Leaving destinations Bsc Top-up Degree in Events Management.

n Managing the international (events) workforce n The events industry in context n Event project design n Basics of business for the service industries n Introduction to marketing and social media for events n Applied research methods for events studies n Event sponsorship and income generation n Risk management and legalities for events n Project management operations n Work experience

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Foundation Degree

Business

CAREER PROGRESSION Management Consultant or Business Analyst Average wage ÂŁ47,795

Who is this course for? This programme is for people with a Level 3 qualification (160 UCAS points) or those who have relevant work experience and wish to study for a higher level qualification in business. Full time (over 2 years) and part time (over 3 years) study options are available.

What qualifications or experience do I need? A full Level 3 qualification (160 UCAS points) or extensive relevant work experience. Maths and English at Level 2 (GCSE C (4/5)). A reduced academic offer will be made to mature students with extensive work experience

What will I study?

How will I be assessed?

You will study the core components necessary for anyone wishing to pursue a successful business career or further study.

A mixture of assignments (both individual and group), sometimes including presentations and classroom based examinations.

Modules include: n Professional and academic skills development

Full time and part time Duration: 2 years full time, 3 years part time

What qualifications could I achieve? Foundation Degree in Business.

n Business law

Leaving destinations

n Business environment

A top-up bachelor’s degree or relevant employment.

n Contemporary issues in marketing

KEY FACTS

n Information systems and big data analysis n People and performance n Business management career development n Leading and managing work teams n Project management n Enterprise innovation and creativity n Financial management and decision making

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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BSc Top-Up Degree

Business Management T P-UP

CAREER PROGRESSION Business Project Management Professional Average wage £49,647

Who is this course for? People with a Merit profile in a Foundation Degree in Business or HND Business/ Travel who wish to achieve a full bachelor’s degree.

What qualifications or experience do I need? A full Foundation Degree or HND in business, travel or related subject with Merit profile.

What will I study?

How will I be assessed?

You will study the core units including strategic management and either a dissertation or a work based consultancy project.

A dissertation consultancy report and a mixture of assignments (both individual and group) sometimes including presentations and classroom based examinations.

You will also study a further 3 optional modules depending on the business pathway chosen: n Human resources n Marketing n Enterprise n Retail n Finance

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year full time

What qualifications could I achieve? BSc (Hons) in Business Management with selected pathway from the University of Bolton.

Leaving destinations A master’s degree or employment.

n Law

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Foundation Degree

Children & Young People’s Services

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 2 years Equipment: You will need to purchase books and study materials.

CAREER PROGRESSION Primary or Nursery Education Teaching Professional Average wage £44,109

Who is this course for? Early Years Practitioners, Teaching Assistant and Health Care Workers.

What will I study? The course enables those already working with children and young people from 0-19 to further develop their knowledge, skills and understanding. Our partner, the University of Derby has developed this part time / full time course with employers in the sector, so it is current, relevant and up to date and you will develop the key skills and knowledge they are looking for. You can also choose a specialist pathway which is relevant to your chosen area of work: early years, teaching assistant and health and social care.

n Children and young people communicating n Investigating and solving problems Year 2 Level 5 Modules (120 Credits). You will study: n Understanding behaviour n Work-based reflective practice 2 n Children’s, young people’s and family rights n Research methods n Practice secondary research You will choose one of these modules: n Working with parents and carers n Children and young peoples’ health and wellbeing

How will I be assessed? Written assignments, presentations and assessments in the workplace.

What qualifications could I achieve? Foundation Degree in Children and Young People’s Services.

Leaving destinations This qualification leads to Senior Practitioner Status and is a recognised Level 5 qualification for management roles in childcare settings. You may also progress to the third year of our BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies, along with other year 3 programmes. Early Years Pathway

Course structure

n Bringing men into children’s and young people’s services

Year 1 Level 4 Modules (120 Credits).

n International perspectives

n BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

You will study:

n Inclusive education

n BA (Hons) Education Studies

n Early years professional practice

n Promoting health

Teaching Assistant Pathway

What qualifications or experience do I need?

n BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies

You will need:

Health and Social Care Pathway

n Work-based reflective practice 1

n Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support or equivalent

n BA (Hons) Health and Social Care

You will then choose one of these modules:

n Level 3 Diploma Early Years Educator or equivalent

n The curriculum 0-19

n Level 3 Diploma Health and Social Care or equivalent

n Starting to study n Integrated services n Children playing n Equality and diversity

n BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies

n BA (Hons) Education Studies

n BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Foundation Degree

KEY FACTS

Special Educational Needs & Disability

Full time Duration: 2 years

T P-UP OPTION AVAILABLE

CAREER PROGRESSION Special Needs Education Teaching Professional Average wage £41,574

Who is this course for? This course is suitable for those who want to gain an in-depth understanding of theories, complex factors and contexts within special educational needs and disability (SEND). You’ll have the opportunity to undertake work placements in the areas of education, health or social care to develop your practical, professional and intellectual skills.

What will I study? The foundation degree will blend several different approaches to learning to ensure that all students get the most from their studies. You’ll be supported and encouraged to develop your capacity to evaluate, analyse and critically engage in the field of SEND, drawing on a wide range of learning, teaching and assessment activities. At all levels, you will be invited to engage in e-learning opportunities. As you progress, you’ll be expected to undertake increasing responsibility for independent self-directed study, drawing on the range of resources available to you. The whole learning programme will take place in the new multi-million pound state of the art LLDD Centre at the College’s Southgate Campus.

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There will be a high degree of work based learning employed. You’ll learn through lectures, seminars and work-based activities. There are no exams, so you’ll be assessed through a range of reflective tasks, essays, creative presentations, portfolios, reports and on your practice placement.

What qualifications could I achieve?

What qualifications or experience do I need? You will need:

1. Advancing in your chosen vocational field as a higher qualified and better paid professional

n Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support or equivalent

2. Moving onto further study such as: n BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies

n Level 3 Diploma Early Years Educator or equivalent

n BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

n Level 3 Diploma Health and Social Care or equivalent

n Joint Honours with Science

How will I be assessed?

n A pplied Youth and Community Studies

There are no exams, assessment is through a range of reflective tasks, essays, creative presentations, portfolios, reports and on your practice placement.

FdA Special Educational Needs and Disability.

Leaving destinations You will have two main ways of progressing:

n Education Studies (SEND pathway) n Health and Social Care

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


BA (Hons) Degree

Child & Youth Studies T P-UP

CAREER PROGRESSION SEN Teaching Professional Average wage £37,889

Who is this course for?

How will I be assessed?

People who have completed their Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies and want to progress further.

There are no exams, so you’ll be assessed through a range of reflective tasks, essays, creative presentations, portfolios, reports and on your practice placement.

What will I study? You’ll study the following modules:

What qualifications could I achieve?

n Independent study

BA Hons in Child and Youth Studies (Year 3 Top-Up).

n The professional practitioner n Social policy: context and implications

Leaving destinations

You will choose (depending on availability) two from the below modules:

Once you have completed this course, there are a number of career options open to you. Previous graduates have built careers in inclusion, mentoring learning, SEN support and in supporting children and young people in an educational context. You could also teach, and go on to study a PGCE primary or early years to teach at primary school level.

n Thinking creatively n Special educational needs and disability n Leadership and management for practitioners

What qualifications or experience do I need?

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year

Applicants are required to complete a foundation degree in an approved childcare OR education related discipline. Please ensure you bring a handwritten personal statement of approx. 200 words about why you want to work in childcare to your interview.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Level 5-7 Post Graduate Certificate

Education (PGCE)

CAREER PROGRESSION Further Education Teaching Professional Average wage £43,232 Education advisor or school inspector Average wage £43,232

Who is this course for? If you would like to teach post-14 learners in the further education (FE) and skills sector, then this course is for you. You will develop your teaching skills through a combination of practical teaching experiences and theoretical learning and discussions. This course is either in service or voluntary.

What will I study? You will complete 6 modules over a 2 year period (3 modules per year):

What qualifications or experience do I need? You will need an undergraduate degree (minimum 2:2) in a subject that is applicable to the further education and skills sector, such as psychology, law, media, sports and music technology.

n Introductory Award in Education and Training n Enhancing teaching, learning and assessment

How will I be assessed?

n Theories and principles of educational practice

You will be assessed through assignments, reflective accounts, seminar based practical activities and 8 classroom based observations.

n Curriculum in context

What qualifications could I achieve?

You’ll also choose one of the following optional modules:

Certificate in Education Level 4-5 or Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Level 5-7.

n Principles and practice of leadership and management in post-14 education n Post-14 teaching in schools and academics n Promoting and maintaining outstanding behaviour for learning n Learning technologies for education n Higher education teaching in colleges n Research project: The Enquiring Professional

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Full time Duration: 2 years

You will also need GCSE grade C (4/5) or above in English language and maths (or Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy). A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is also required at the point of accepting a place at the University.

n Subject specialist professional practice

KEY FACTS

Leaving destinations Progression from this course is very good, whether that is onto further study at masters’ level or into employment. Once you have successfully completed the course, you will be eligible to apply for Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) via the Education and Training Foundation

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


Higher National Diploma

Construction SUBJECT TO VALIDATION

CAREER PROGRESSION Construction Project Manager Average wage ÂŁ32,741

Who is this course for?

Leaving destinations

The course is for those who wish to gain in-depth knowledge of specific subjects relevant to construction, that will support higher level study and career progression. It is designed for individuals who want to progress their learning within a work-related context.

Following successful completion of this diploma, learners will be able to progress to university to study a range of pathways, including building environment management, construction project management, and construction and management.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year

What will I study? You will cover a number of disciplines such as computer aided design (CAD), management, project management, research, structural mechanics in construction sustainability and the construction and built environment sector.

What qualifications or experience do I need? You will be suitable for this course if you currently hold a Level 2 diploma in any of the construction trades.

How will I be assessed? You will be assessed via a variety of theory and practical based tasks and units.

What qualifications could I achieve? Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment.

The quality of teaching on the course is excellent National Student Survey (NSS) 2018

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Foundation Degree

Dental Technology

CAREER PROGRESSION Dental Technician Average wage ÂŁ27,008

Who is this course for? This programme is specifically tailored to meet your professional and personal development needs, giving opportunities to explore new technologies that will inform your career aspirations. Your programme will educate, challenge and stimulate your academic development.

themes by studying and developing your work based competency in fixed and removable prosthodontics. These modules require you to practice your skills development and produce appliances that are fit for purpose. The behaviours and regulatory demands needed to be a successful dental care professional are delivered in the professional practice module.

What will I study?

How will I be assessed?

Applicants are expected to have successfully completed a Level 3 qualification in maths, English or a science subject, including 5 GCSEs at grade C (4/5) or above (or equivalent). Students will be required to attend an interview and undertake a manual dexterity test. Alternatively, applications are encouraged from individuals with a Level 3 Diploma in Dental Technology with a Merit grade. Applicants from other dental team roles will be considered who can present evidence of Level 3 qualifications.

You will be assessed through a range of assessment methods. The programme requires the completion of two work specific modules that have been designed to ensure that all practical aspects of dental technology are developed and that you gain the skills and knowledge required to be a competent and safe starter in practice. This course is designed to meet the learning outcomes required by the General Dental Council.

What qualifications or experience do I need?

Level 5 FdSc / Higher Apprenticeship in Dental Technology.

You will learn the fundamental aspects of oral anatomy and physiology and its influence on dental appliance design. You will also be introduced to basic dental technology techniques which involves the construction of simple dental appliances from each dental technology discipline. Further theoretical development is built in a dental biomaterials module which is directly linked to the materials used on your practical projects.

Leaving destinations

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KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 3 year

What qualifications could I achieve?

The course will help you to develop the professional skills and knowledge required to compete in the dental technology employment market, as well as to prepare for higher education progression with the option to continue studying for a full BSc (Hons) in Dental Technology. In addition, graduates have the potential to progress to postgraduate study at MSc and PhD level.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


Higher Apprenticeship

Dental Technology

CAREER PROGRESSION Dental Technician Average wage £27,008

Who is this course for? This Higher Apprenticeship is designed for those already working in the dental technology industry. If you wish to explore new dental technologies to inform career aspirations and be challenged and stimulated for academic and practical development then this may be the course for you.

What will I study? This course covers the fundamental aspects of oral anatomy, physiology and its influence on dental appliance design. It introduces the basic dental technology techniques which involve the construction of simple appliances from each technology discipline. It includes a dental biomaterials module, which is directly linked to materials used in practical projects, building on themes by studying and developing work based competency in fixed and removable prosthodontics. In addition, a professional practice module which covers the behaviours and regulatory demands needed to be a successful dental care professional.

What qualifications or experience do I need? Individual employers will set the selection criteria for their apprentices. You will hold a relevant and supporting Level 3 qualification, including five GCSEs at grade C (4/5) or above (or equivalent), including English, mathematics and a science. Students will also be required to undertake a manual dexterity test. Alternatively a Level 3 Diploma in Dental Technology with a ‘merit’ grade profile, or applicants from other dental team roles who can present evidence of Level 3 qualifications will be considered.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 2 years

How will I be assessed? Assessment is through a variety of methods designed to meet the learning outcomes required by the General Dental Council, including work specific modules which are designed to develop all practical aspects of dental technology.

What qualifications could I achieve? Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship in Dental Technology.

Leaving destinations Successful apprentices may progress on to the top-up year of the BSc (Hons) Dental Technology, a joint programme with the University of Bolton.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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BA (Hons) Degree

KEY FACTS

Dental Technology

Full time Duration: 1 year

T P-UP OPTION AVAILABLE

CAREER PROGRESSION Dental Technician Average wage ÂŁ27,008

Who is this course for? The BSc (Hons) in Dental Technology gives a comprehensive understanding of dental technology practices both in terms of the theoretical knowledge and the methods and technologies used to treat dental patients. Throughout the programme the undergraduate will experience an increase in academic demands and practical skills development in order to be able to carry out the design and construction of dental appliances.

What will I study? You will study the following elements: n Preparing for Practice and Study Skills n Oral Anatomy and Physiology and Basic Dental Appliance Design

n Dental Technology Techniques for Orthodontics n Advanced Oral Biomedical Science n Specialised Dental Technology Discipline n Principles of Dental Aesthetics and Occlusion n Dental Technology Dissertation Project

What qualifications or experience do I need? Applications are encouraged from individuals with 240 UCAS points or a Level 3 Diploma in Dental Technology, or other suitable Level 3 qualifications. You must also hold GCSEs at grade C (4/5) or above in English, mathematics and a science.

n Basic Dental Technology Techniques

How will I be assessed?

n Employment Practice

A variety of learning and teaching methods are employed throughout your programme in order to ensure the acquisition and development of appropriate concepts, knowledge and skills, and achievement of the stated learning outcomes. Some of these will include formally timetabled theory and practical classes with a module tutor; guided independent study will facilitate your personal and academic development.

n Personal Development Plan n Introductory Dental Biomaterials Science n Research Methodology n Personal Development Plan n Dental Technology Techniques for Fixed Prosthodontics n Dental Technology Techniques for Removable Prosthodontics (Dentures)

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What qualifications could I achieve? BSc (Hons) Degree in Dental Technology.

Leaving destinations Employment prospects are excellent for individuals completing this programme. Career opportunities are available in the National Health Service and the private sector for qualified dental technicians. This programme enables the graduate to consider higher levels of employment and could lead to laboratory management roles. Career progression is supported by the professional requirement of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) ensuring that you will develop as a dental care professional for the duration of your career. Additional career pathways include dental implantology, biomaterials research activities, clinical dental technology and teaching.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


BA (Hons) Degree

International Fashion & Design Technology

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 2 years

SUBJECT TO VALIDATION

CAREER PROGRESSION Product or Clothing Designer Average wage £27,827

Who is this course for? This course has been developed to teach the creative design and technology skills needed for a successful career in today’s fast paced fashion industry.

What will I study? The course is designed to prepare students to work in the advanced fashion and associated design industry and will equip you with practical experience and a complete understanding of the latest design, culture and technology along with the cutting edge production methods used in the competitive world of the global fashion industry. This is combined with all the traditional illustration and design methodology needed to provide a complete skill set for today’s demanding fashion business. The course will prepare you with an advanced understanding of fashion design and culture and the knowledge of how to achieve the industry requirements by turning creative ideas into market ready products for the industries behind the high street fashion retailers producing a new stock cycle every six weeks and four major collections every year. The course is delivered in modules that focus on specific areas that include: drawing and Illustration skills, design theory, historical and contextual studies

in fashion, pattern cutting and garment construction, fashion and cultural trends, fashion media and communication, creative marketing and promotion and fashion branding. In year two you will have the opportunity to complete a period of study in Beijing, China with our partner college. You will experience cutting edge design and manufacturing technology in practice where your initial idea is developed through to a finalised design and then produced as a garment utilising both the latest manufacturing methods of the mass market and the highly skilled hand crafted techniques necessary for the luxury high end market. During your time in China you will benefit from:

n Understanding how and where most of the world’s garments are now produced to inform their future design and fabrication methods n Taking the opportunity to engage with new ideas and cultural experiences that will develop and broaden your design practice.

What qualifications or experience do I need? You will need 280 UCAS points and 5 GCSEs at grade C (3/4) or above including maths and English.

How will I be assessed? 100% coursework including presentations, written assignments and individual creative projects.

n Working and studying with Chinese and international students from around the world

What qualifications could I achieve?

n Experiencing a new and exciting world in a safe and supervised environment while being supported by highly qualified Chinese tutors specialising in each of the subject areas

Leaving destinations

n Getting to work with both the most modern technological methods of production and highly skilled traditional methods of couture

BA (Hons) in International Fashion and Design Technology.

You can progress to a career in fashion design, textile design, PR, marketing, media or other areas of the fashion industry.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Foundation Degree

KEY FACTS

Computing

Full time Duration: 2 years

T P-UP OPTION AVAILABLE

CAREER PROGRESSION IT Specialist Manager Average wage £55,341

Who is this course for? This is an exciting opportunity for those wishing to gain a formal higher education qualification in computing. The Foundation Degree in Computing is a two year, full-time, level 4/5 vocational qualification which is designed to develop both the knowledge and practical skills required for employment in the computer industry. It is equivalent to the first and second year of an honours degree.

What will I study? With a strong focus on employability, modules have been chosen to teach practical knowledge in key skills shortage areas, preparing you to work in: webdesign, programming, network and computer systems engineering, database administration and cyber-security. You will have access to specialist labs and professional-level equipment, including a Cisco computer maintenance and networking lab, professional web, database design and programming software and industry-standard 3D printers. Modules on the course are designed to give a broad knowledge of desirable computing subjects rather than specialising in a small field which will allow for progression to a range of top-up degrees if learners wish to get a full BSc.

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Taught modules: Year 1 – Scholarship, Core Academic and Research Skills; Website Production; Information Systems and Databases; Introduction to Programming; Computer Platforms; Networking Fundamentals. This also includes extra embedded professional Cisco certification in IT Essentials (CompTIA A+) and Cisco Networking (CCNA1). Year 2 modules include: Web Programming; Database Theory and Practice; Object Oriented Methods; Systems Analysis and Design; Data Structures and Algorithms and Level 2 Project – which is an opportunity to do a dissertation-type project in a specialist computing area of choice.

What qualifications or experience do I need?

How will I be assessed? Assessment will be through practical coursework, written assignments, project work, an extended project and timeconstrained examinations.

What qualifications could I achieve? On successful completion of this course, students will achieve a Foundation Degree in Computing (FdSc Computing) validated by Bolton University.

Leaving destinations Progression directly into employment or onto a top-up degree with ourselves or other providers. You may wish also to consider studying Year 3 of a Computer Science degree at Bolton University.

Minimum entry requirements for students under 21 is 80 UCAS tariff points. Mature students (over 21 years) will need to demonstrate they have adequate skills in maths and English to enable them to complete the programme and some relevant background experience in computing.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


BSc Top-Up Degree

Computing T P-UP

CAREER PROGRESSION IT Project Manager Average wage ÂŁ51,987

Who is this course for? This course builds on the skills and knowledge gained from a Computing Foundation Degree or equivalent, for those who wish to achieve a full BSc (Hons) degree in computing.

What will I study? With a strong focus on employability, modules have been chosen to teach practical knowledge in key skills shortage areas, preparing you to work in: project management, web-design, programming, network and computer systems engineering, database administration and cybersecurity or to continue onto a masters, doctorate or PhD. You will have access to specialist labs and professional-level equipment, including a Cisco computer maintenance and networking lab, professional web, database design and programming software and industry-standard 3D printers. The top-up qualification includes the compulsory modules; Professional Issues in Computing and Web-application Project Management as well as two modules selected from: Web and Systems based programming; Enterprise Infrastructure; Management and Design; Advanced Database Systems or Software Engineering. In addition, each learner must complete a major project which will be a substantial research, experimental or developmental dissertation project investigating a key aspect of computing.

You will be expected to produce a meaningful and original academic contribution to your chosen field of study.

What qualifications or experience do I need? You will need a Foundation Degree in Computing, with a minimum Merit profile.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year

How will I be assessed? Assessment will be through practical coursework, written assignments, project work, a major project/dissertation and timeconstrained examinations.

What qualifications could I achieve? Successful students will receive a full BSc (Hons) Degree in Computing.

Leaving destinations Learners succeeding on the top-up programme should have obtained the employability skills necessary for a computing career and are prepared for meaningful employment. Progression to postgraduate courses in the field of computing is also possible.

For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000

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Apprenticeship

Network Engineer

CAREER PROGRESSION IT Specialist Manager Average wage ÂŁ55,341

Who is this course for?

How will I be assessed?

This is an exciting opportunity to gain a formal qualification in computing. This apprenticeship is designed to develop both academic skills and the skills required for employment in the computer industry.

Assessment will be through practical coursework, written assignments project work, a project and time constrained assignments.

What will I study? All students will study professional issues, network management, network design and security. You will also study Cisco curriculum as part of the programme.

What qualifications or experience do I need?

What qualifications could I achieve? On successful completion of this course you will achieve a BSc Networking Degree from the University of Bolton.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 4 years

Leaving destinations On completion of the course you can progress to a MSc course in the field of computing.

You will need English and maths at GCSE grade C (4/5) or above. If you are under 21 years of age, you will also need a Level 3 qualification with120 UCAS tariff points. Mature students (over 21 years) will need to demonstrate they have adequate skills in English and maths to enable them to complete the programme, and some relevant background experience in computing.

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For the latest information please visit www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk, email: info@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk or call 020 8266 4000


Higher National Diploma

Sport and Exercise Science

CAREER PROGRESSION Leisure or Sports Manager Average wage ÂŁ36,251

Who is this course for? This course is aimed at students with a BTEC Level 4 HNC in sport or sport and exercise science and wish to progress to higher education in sports and exercise science.

What will I study? You will be studying a wide range of subjects such as: research project; performance analysis; nutrition; psychology for performance; sports rehabilitation and others.

What qualifications or experience do I need? We welcome applicants who have completed a BTEC 4 HNC in Sport or Sport & Exercise Science. Maths and English GCSEs at a minimum of grade 4 (C) or above. Vocational experience would be great but is not essential.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year

How will I be assessed? Assessments will take place throughout the course including practical assessments, written assignments, presentations and workbooks.

What qualifications could I achieve? You could achieve a Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science.

The course is convenient in terms

Leaving destinations Successful students can progress into employment or a Level 6 Sport and Exercise Science degree at university.

of location National Student Survey (NSS) 2018

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Access to Higher Education Diploma Courses Midwifery Nursing Science Social Work

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Access to Higher Education Diploma

Midwifery

What qualifications could I achieve? Access to HE Diploma (Midwifery) awarded by OCN London Region.

Leaving destinations Successful students can progress onto degrees in midwifery or other health-related subjects. Please note, you will not be able to progress to university unless you have achieved Level 2 English and maths qualifications. In order to be able to achieve the full qualification, you will need to gain 60 credits (a minimum of 45 credits at Level 3 and 15 credits at Level 2).

Access to Higher Education Diploma

KEY FACTS Full time

Nursing

Duration: 1 year

Who is this course for? Access to HE Diploma (Midwifery) is for students aged 19+ and is a well-established, national qualification which allows students without traditional Level 3 qualifications to apply and enter university. The Access to Midwifery course runs over one year and is ideal for students wishing to progress to university, to study on degree courses in midwifery or other health related courses. The aim of this qualification is to develop learners’ necessary knowledge and skills in order to be able to progress onto university. Therefore, in addition to entry requirements highlighted below, all successful candidates are expected to demonstrate enthusiasm and passion for midwifery or other health-related subjects.

KEY FACTS Full time Duration: 1 year

What will I study? Access is an intensive study programme; you must be completely committed to hard work and you are required to maintain 100% attendance. You are expected to self-study for a minimum of 10 extra hours a week in order to manage strict work deadlines and to cope with the work load. The Access to HE Diploma (Midwifery) is composed of the following subject areas: mandatory units; study skills; human biology; midwifery-specific units.

What qualifications or experience do I need? We welcome applicants who are 19 years old or over and have a grade C (4/5) or above at GCSE or Functional Skills Level 2 in English. Maths is also desired, however, 19 + applicants who do not have GCSE or Functional Skills at Level 2 in maths, but who are able to demonstrate Level 2 skills for maths on a BKSB online test during the interview process, will also be considered for the programme. Evidence of paid or voluntary employment within the health and social care sector in an area that you wish to pursue as a career is beneficial and will support your application.

How will I be assessed? A wide range of assessment methods will be used to assess the knowledge and understanding. The assessment methods may include one or a combination of essays, classwork, projects and exams. In order to be able to achieve the full qualification, the learner will need to gain 60 credits (a minimum of 45 credits at Level 3 and 15 credits at Level 2).

Who is this course for? Access to Higher Education Diploma Nursing is a well-established, national qualification which allows students without traditional Level 3 qualifications to apply and progress to university. Our highly successful one year course is ideal for applicants wishing to study a degree course in nursing, midwifery, or other health-related professions. In addition to the entry requirements, all successful candidates should demonstrate an enthusiasm and passion for nursing and associated health and social care sectors.

What will I study? Access is an intensive study programme, you must be completely committed to hard work and you are required to maintain 100% attendance. You are expected to self-study for a minimum of 10 extra hours a week in order to manage strict work deadlines and to cope with the work load. The Access to Higher Education Diploma in Nursing is composed of mandatory units, study skills, human biology and nursing specific units.

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What qualifications or experience do I need?

What will I study?

We welcome applicants who are 19+ and have a grade C (4/5) or above at GCSE or Functional Skills Level 2 in English and maths. Evidence of paid or voluntary employment within the health and social care sector in an area that you wish to pursue as a career is beneficial and will support your application.

Access is an intensive course, you must be completely committed to hard work and you are required to maintain 100% attendance. You are expected to self-study for a minimum of 10 extra hours a week in order to manage strict work deadlines and to cope with the work load.

How will I be assessed? A wide range of assessment methods will be used to assess your knowledge and understanding. The assessment methods may include one or a combination of essays, classwork, projects and exams. In order to be able to achieve the full qualification, you will need to gain 60 credits (a minimum of 45 credits at Level 3 and 15 credits at Level 2).

What qualifications could I achieve? Access to Higher Education Nursing Diploma awarded by OCN London Region.

Leaving destinations You can progress onto degrees in midwifery or other health related subjects. Please note, you will not be able to progress to university unless you have achieved Level 2 English and maths qualifications.

The Access to HE Diploma in Science is composed of the following subject areas: n Biology n Chemistry n Physics n Maths n Study skills Content is broken down into units and assessed continuously. Tutorials, support the student progress and in particular support them during their application into Higher Education.

What qualifications or experience do I need? Successful candidates will need to have a grade C (4/5) or above in GCSE English and maths. They will also have to pass a numeracy and literacy assessment which is set at GCSE (Level 2) standard.

We welcome students who are: n 19 years of age and over n Good communicators and have numerical skills

Access to Higher Education Diploma

Science

n Interested in science and have a desire for a science based career As this is a very demanding course, it is essential that applicants are highly motivated to go on to further studies and possess excellent study skills.

How will I be assessed? A wide range of assessment methods will be used to assess the knowledge and understanding. The assessment methods may include one or a combination of the following: n Short tests n Terminal exams n Practical write-ups n Essays - short-structured questions n Exam units at the end of the course

KEY FACTS

In order to be able to achieve the full qualification the learner will need to gain 60 credits (a minimum of 45 credits at Level 3 and 15 credits at Level 2).

Full time Duration: 1 year

What qualifications could I achieve?

Who is this course for? If you want to progress to higher education or professional and vocational training to study a science-based course but are without A Levels, then this is the ideal course for you. Our highly successful Access to Science course runs over one year and is ideal for students wishing to progress to university. Students can study a science or radiography pathway.

Access to Higher Education Science Diploma awarded by OCN London Region.

Leaving destinations On successful completion of this course, students are able to progress on to higher education and advance in a wide range of courses, including those in science, radiography or health related subjects. This course helps develop skills and attitudes to cope with study in the Higher Education environment.

The aim of this qualification is to develop students’ necessary knowledge and skills in order to be able to progress onto university. Therefore, in addition to the entry requirements highlighted below, all successful candidates who want to undertake the radiography pathway will need to gain a work shadowing placement. The College will provide an introductory letter to facilitate this process.

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Access to Higher Education Diploma

Social Work

How will I be assessed? A number of methods will be used to assess your knowledge and understanding. In order to achieve the full qualification the learner will be assessed using one or a combination of the following: Essays, classwork and projects. The learner will require 60 credits (a minimum of 45 credits at Level 3 and 15 credits at Level 2).

What qualifications could I achieve? Access to Higher Education Social Work awarded by OCN London Region

Leaving destinations On successful completion of this course students can progress onto social work, housing, youth work, or similar vocational degrees at any university.

KEY FACTS Duration: 1 year

This course has especially strong links with our local universities; Middlesex, Hertfordshire and London Metropolitan. Please note, you will not be able to progress to university unless you have achieved Level 2 English and maths qualifications.

Campus: Wood Street

Who is this course for? The Access to Higher Education Social Work Diploma is for students aged 19+ and is a well-established, national qualification which allows students without traditional Level 3 qualifications to apply and progress to university for pathways in social work and related professions. If you are a mature student (over 19 years of age) and wish to attain a career in social work, social care, youth work, youth justice, housing, psychology, sociology, criminology or similar, this is the ideal route for you.

What will I study? Access is an intensive study programme; you must be completely committed to hard work and you are required to maintain 100% attendance. You are expected to self-study for a minimum of 10 extra hours a week in order to manage strict work deadlines and to cope with the work load. The Access to HE Diploma in Social Work is composed of the following subject areas:

Teachers are always available to provide support National Student Survey (NSS) 2018

n Study skills n Sociology n Psychology n Interpersonal skills n Safeguarding children n Social work practice

What qualifications or experience do I need? We welcome applicants who are 19 years of age or over, and have GCSE Grade C (4/5) or above or Functional Skills Level 2 in English. Maths is also desired, however, 19+ applicants who have not attained GCSE or Functional Skills at Level 2 in maths, but who are able to demonstrate Level 2 skills for maths on a BKSB online test during the interview process, will also be considered for the programme. Evidence of paid or voluntary employment within the health and social care sector is beneficial and will support your application.

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International Students How to Apply

For international students, Barnet and Southgate College offers an ideal London base for studies. Our campuses are located with excellent transport links, and are just a short Underground journey away from central London. The College truly reflects the city’s multiculturalism and we are justifiably proud of our diversity.

Courses are run across all our main sites. We welcome international students from all over the world on a wide range of courses; academic, professional, vocational and general interest courses, from English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to Higher National Diplomas (HND), Foundation Degrees and Top-Up Years.

The International Centre is based at our Southgate Campus, providing advice and guidance on:

We are licensed to sponsor migrants under Tier 4 of the points-based system. This means we can sponsor students on Tier 4 General Student Visas.

n Choosing the right course n Applying for your visa n Finding accommodation n Opening a bank account n Getting to know London The International Centre will continue to support you for the duration of your study with us. Please contact us at: international@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

Barnet and Southgate is a London college for visa financial maintenance requirements.

APPLICATION PROCESS All students must submit an application pack with all the documents listed below: n International Student Application Questionnaire n Academic references n Copy of passport n Qualification certificates (country of origin) – verified by a notary public n Secure English language test e.g. IELTS (from a UKVI approved centre) n Bank statement n Personal statement n TB certificate for selected countries (see list of countries on the UK Border Agency website)

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COURSE FEES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2019-2020 ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL

FEES

HNC AND FOUNDATION DEGREES (LEVEL 4 AND 5)

£6800.00

TOP-UP DEGREES (LEVEL 6)

£6900.00

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2019-2020 COURSE

HOME COUNTRY QUALIFICATION EQUIVALENCY RE: NARIC

LEVEL 4 + 5 HNC, FOUNDATION DEGREES

LEVEL 3

5.5

LEVEL 6/TOP-UP YEAR

LEVEL 4/5

6.0

AFTER WE HAVE RECEIVED YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION PACK:

AFTER WE HAVE RECEIVED YOUR PAYMENT:

n Your qualifications are checked with NARIC

n A Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) is issued for Tier 4 GS visas.

n Your application is assessed by the relevant department

n An unconditional offer letter is issued for short term study visas.

n If you are in the UK you are invited for an interview n If you are outside the UK you will be interviewed online via Skype n If your application is successful you will receive a conditional offer n You will be required to make a full payment of your tuition fees

APPLYING FOR A VISA Please note that that the Home Office checks all your documentation i.e. CAS, proof of sufficient funds and original copies of your academic qualifications. Please visit: www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/overview n You will need to show that you have enough money to pay course fees for the first year and have the required maintenance funds

SECURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST I.E. IELTS

REFUND POLICY If your visa application is refused you need to apply for a refund.

USEFUL WEBSITE UK Council for International Student Affairs www.ukcisa.org.uk

PLEASE CONTACT THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR ALL ENQUIRIES Email: international@barnetsouthgate.ac.uk Telephone: 0044(0)2037644787

n Y ou must show that you have held the required maintenance funds for a consecutive 28-day period in a bank account.

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Fees

HE COURSE FEES

EXAMINATION FEES Examination fees vary according to the qualification and the price of this as set by the exam’s awarding body

COURSE

FEE

(FD, HNC/D, BA AND BSC) FULL TIME

£5,999

PART TIME

£3,995

SUPPLEMENTARY FEES There may be some additional charges for equipment that is vital to your course.

COSTS FOR MATERIALS For all courses you will need to buy stationery and course materials. The cost of these items varies for each course, but is particularly high for courses in art & design, media and performing arts, beauty, hairdressing, hospitality and catering, and construction because for these courses you will often need to buy uniforms and items of equipment. This will be clarified at your interview.

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Sources of Financial Support

UK/EEA STUDENTS Statutory help maybe available from your Local Education Authority. New full-time students may have access to loans and financial support to help with their tuition fees and living costs. These help you study first, and pay back when you are earning. We offer an impartial guidance service to help with your student finances so please speak to one of our advisors.

HE LOANS Student Loan Company You may be eligible for a HE Loan available from the Student Loan Company, please go to www.slc.co.uk to find out more.

The aim of the allocated device will be to support HE students with research and the completion of assessments - device allocation is subject to meeting the terms of eligibility.

YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING: n Maintenance grant or special support grant - by application, assessed by income and any student loans, special circumstances may apply n Maintenance loan - by application, goes towards accommodation and living costs n Tuition fee loan - loans paid direct to the College, you have to apply every year As well as these loans and grants, you may be entitled to the following additional help:

ALLOWANCE For up to date information on Higher Education full-time and part-time financial assistance please visit: www.gov.uk/student-finance Or go to: www.barnetsouthgate.ac.uk

OTHER HELPFUL LINKS www.direct.gov.uk/studentfinance

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International students are those who are coming to the College from outside the EEA. To attend one of the College’s mainstream courses you will need to have a student visa that permits you to be in the UK for full-time study.

n Access to Learning Fund

HE SUPPORT FUND The HE Student Support Fund is agreed annually and is used to loan IT resources to HE students whose access to IT resources outside the College campuses is inhibited by lack of finance. The resource loan agreement will be valid for one academic year only.

n Adult dependant’s grant n Childcare grant n Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) n Disability Living Allowance n Support from employers

HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR HOME STUDENT FEES? Home students normally have settled status in the UK or European Economic Area and may be subject to three years residency requirements. You will be assessed as to your eligibility for home student or international student fees when you come to enrol.

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Extra support and HE student discounts

DISABLED STUDENTS’ ALLOWANCE (DSA) As a higher education student living in England, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) if you have a disability, including a n Long-term health condition n Mental health condition

NUS DISCOUNTS The NUS Extra Card provides over 200 UK discounts for HE students. You can choose from 1, 2 and 3 year cards and discounts include Amazon, Pizza Express, Odeon Cinemas and ASOS. For further information and how to apply for the NUS Extra Card visit their website: www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra

n Specific learning difficulty, eg dyslexia You must meet the definition of disability under the Equality Act 2010. The support you get depends on your individual needs and not on income. For more information about, the allowance, what you’ll get, eligibility criteria and how to apply visit: www.gov.uk/disabled-students-allowancesdsas/overview

HE STUDENT DISCOUNTS As an HE student you may be entitled to discounted hair and/or beauty training treatments at our Colindale Campus. Please check with the salon manager or receptionist before booking an appointment. Discounts may only be available during or part of special offers or promotions.

Barnet and Southgate College is only able to implement support for HE students once your DSA application has been approved by Student Finance England and after you have attended a needs assessment interview which will specify what type/s of support has been approved for you by Student Finance England. For other types of support for students please contact the Learner Services team at the College.

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How to Apply

For most courses you can apply either directly through the College or through UCAS; however please be aware that if you apply through the College you may be asked to apply through UCAS as well.

I have enjoyed the experience of studying HE at the College

DIRECT APPLICATIONS TO BARNET AND SOUTHGATE COLLEGE You can apply online by going to our website, navigating to the course of choice and clicking the ‘apply’ icon. Follow the simple instructions. Alternatively, you can download a paper application and reference form from our website, complete and post or drop into any of our campuses. Wood Street Campus Wood Street Barnet EN5 4AZ Colindale Campus 7 Bristol Avenue London NW9 4BR

FOR APPLICATIONS THROUGH UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGE ADMISSION SYSTEM (UCAS) We can help you do this if you need support. UCAS has a points system that converts qualifications into points. To enrol on a course you need to achieve a certain number of points. Some courses also require you to have a certain number of points from specific subjects. For a complete guide please look at: www.ucas.com Note: For all of our degrees you will need an interview and students whose first language is not English will need to demonstrate IELTS skills of 6.0 or above.

Southgate Campus High Street London N14 6BS

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Our partners & employers and the people we work with

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Turkey Street

Hadley Wood

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Gordon Hill

Barnet New Barnet

B Burnt Oak

Hendon

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Arnos Grove

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Hendon Central

Edmonton Green Campus 2nd Floor 23 St. George’s Chambers South Mall Edmonton Green London N9 0TS Tel: 020 8345 7209 Train: Edmonton Green (Greater Anglia) Bus: 102, 144, 149, 191, 192, 259, 279, 349, 491, W6, W8

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Silver Street

Wood Green Alexandra Palace

East Finchley

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Palmers Green

Bounds Green

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Wood Street Barnet EN5 4AZ Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: High Barnet (Northern Line, Zone 5) Bus: 34, 84, 107, 184, 234, 263, 307, 326, 384, 389

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Bowes Park

West Finchley

Wood Street Campus

Bush Hill Park

Edmonton Green

Finchley Central Colindale

Southbury

Winchmore Hill

Southgate

Woodside Park Mill Hill East

Grange Park

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Totteridge & Whetstone

Mill Hill Broadway

Enfield

Oakwood

Oakleigh Park M1

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Enfield Town Enfield Chase Cockfosters

High Barnet

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Crews Hill

Turnpike Lane

White Hart Lane

Bruce Grove

Hornsey

Colindale Campus 7 Bristol Avenue London NW9 4BR Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: Colindale (Northern Line, Zone 4) Bus: 186, 204, 303, 324

Hospitality House 11-59 High Road East Finchley London N2 8AB Reception@hospitalityhouse.co.uk Tel: 020 3074 1200 Car: Parking available for £5 per day. Tube: East Finchley (Northern Line, Zone 3) Hospitality House is located directly opposite the station. Bus: H3, 102, 143, 234, 263, 603

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Southgate Campus High Street Southgate London N14 6BS Tel: 020 8200 8300 Tube: Southgate (Piccadilly line, Zone 4). The Southgate Campus is approximately 200m/5 minute walk from the station. Bus: W6, W9,121,125, 298, 299, 382

SCBP Unit 1 Baird Road Enfield EN1 1SJ Tel: 0208 443 3821 info@scbp.co.uk Car: On-site parking available Train: Southbury Station (Greater Anglia), SCBP is a 10 minute walk from the station Bus: 121, 191, 307, 313

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Barnet and Southgate College Higher Education Guide 2019-20  

A guide to higher education at Barnet and Southgate College

Barnet and Southgate College Higher Education Guide 2019-20  

A guide to higher education at Barnet and Southgate College

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