higher-education

HE Student Representatives

At Alton College, we are committed to engaging with our students to provide the best quality of education. As part of this aim HE students have the opportunity of becoming Student Representatives who collaborate with the College and students. We want you to help us understand student needs so that we can provide you with the services that will make studying at Alton College even better.

Working with Employers and Mentors

Alton College is extremely proud of its Higher Education provision and we are keen to work closely with employers and mentors of our students as we seek to develop our students into professional specialists in their given employment field. Requirements and relationships with employers and mentors will differ according to HE course.

Setting out what's what

To keep our College running smoothly for everyone, we need to work well together and respect each other. That's why we've got policies. They're suggestions and rules that set out what's what, so we all know where we stand and what to do - and not do.

Higher Education Courses

Please follow the links below for full details of the courses we currently offer:

Foundation Degree in Early Years

Higher Education Handbook

Our Higher Education Student Handbook is designed to help you get the most from the time you spend with us.

As well as a summary of some of our policies, it contains lots of practical information - from term dates, opening times and details about College facilities, such as childcare and car parking, to what we'll do to support your learning.

How to Find Us

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Key Policies

Here are the College policies for the main legal and statutory issues that all Sixth Form Colleges comply with. Other, more detailed, policies relating to students and the running of the College are published on the Key Student Policies page.

Higher Education

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Study for a Foundation Degree whilst you are working

Foundation Degrees are Higher Education qualifications that combine academic study with workplace learning.  They are designed jointly by universities, colleges and employers and are available in a range of work-related subjects.

 

 

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