You must have the minimum of a:
- bachelors degree (in any subject) from a UK university, or
- professional qualification equivalent to a UK bachelors degree, or
- qualification from a university outside the UK and equivalent to a UK bachelors degree.
You also must have passed Children and young people’s worlds (E808), have resubmitted the end-of-module assessment and are awaiting your result, or have received an award of transferred credit and are exempt from E808.
If you’ve any doubt about the suitability of the module, talk to an adviser.
Although the module is designed primarily for people working with children or young people, students without access to a practice setting will not be disadvantaged and will be able to use examples from the study materials for assessment tasks.
Outside the UK
It is available worldwide, but you should be aware that the focus is on policy and practice in the United Kingdom.
Synchronous tutorials and communications could be difficult to deliver to students outside the UK due to time differences. If you can’t attend the synchronous tutorials or make synchronous communications, you’ll have to use asynchronous alternative methods, such as watching recorded tutorials and emailing questions.