Studying while working
Although it's possible to do an undergraduate degree with A levels (or equivalent qualifications), most undergraduate applicants on Learning at Work courses have some higher education experience (such as an HNC, HND or credits from a degree course) and several years of work experience they can use as credit towards their degree. Experience in a position of responsibility is particularly valuable.
You usually need a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) to do a postgraduate degree course. However, we may accept qualifications such as HNDs and Foundation degrees if you have several years of relevant post-qualification experience in responsible posts.
Typical applicants for postgraduate courses are usually working at a professional level.
Recognition of Prior Learning
You can use previous qualifications and experience as credit towards your degree, meaning you can complete your degree in a shorter time. Find out how you can use Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) towards your degree.