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Mature students requirements
As well as traditional full-time degrees, we have other types of learning programme that might suit you. Each student is allocated an Academic Adviser, a member of staff in their academic department who meets with students at least once per term and receives reports on students' progress from their class teachers. Entry to a Department for Lifelong Learning degree with foundation year If you're interested in one of the Department for Lifelong Learning's degrees with a foundation year, before you submit your formal application please read our Eligibility Requirements web pages. There are other options, such as Open University courses, which we consider on a case-by-case basis. Mature students don't necessarily need formal qualifications to study with us. You're considered a mature student if you're aged 21 or older when you start your first undergraduate degree course. A mature student is somebody who will be aged 21 or over at the start of their course.
How to Apply - Mature Student Office - Trinity College Dublin
If you do not meet the published admission requirements, and have not previously attempted university level studies, you may become eligible for various programs through either the Academic Bridging Program or the Transitional Year Program. What is a mature student? To be considered a mature student you must: March 1, Applications will still be accepted after this date pending space availability. Funding your studies Find out what financial support is available Discover what funding you're entitled to, help us take the stress out of those funding application forms and get help with student finance queries.
Sign up to our monthly e-update for hints and tips on your university application, direct to your inbox. Bachelor of Science in Paramedic Studies. Details of Access to Higher Education courses provided by further education colleges in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire are available from:. As a mature student we understand that you may have to balance other commitments with your study. In this case the intent is to make the admissions criteria fairer for prospective mature students and to reflect contemporary changes in African societies. The proposed admissions policy reform gives due consideration to employment experiences and lowers the age limit.