Before you apply
We want to help you find the right course for you, so as well as reading about the course you’re interested in, you should visit one of our HE Open Events to see what we have to offer. You can arrange to visit or contact us and talk about the opportunities at Reaseheath before you apply.
What happens next
We will review your application and you may receive an unconditional or conditional offer, or be offered an interview. You will be given the opportunity to visit the College, have a look around the facilities and meet members of staff to talk about the course.
Standard Entry Qualifications for Higher Education
A wide range of entry qualifications are considered for higher education courses. These include:
- GCE Advanced level and Advanced VCEs, UCAS Tariff Points, General or Vocational A Levels (6 unit award) A – 120 pts B – 100 pts C – 80 pts D – 60 pts E – 40 pts
- BTEC/EDEXCEL National Certificates and Diplomas/Extended Diplomas
- Relevant Access to Higher Education courses
- Full Diploma of the International Baccalaureate
- Scottish ‘Highers’
- Irish Leaving Certificate with 2 or 3 subjects at the Higher level at Grade C
- Advanced Modern Apprenticeships
- NVQs at Level 3 or above
- Overseas qualifications where these are deemed to be the equivalent of the UK qualifications listed above
Specific entry requirements for each programme can be found in the ‘at a glance’ sections on all course information pages.
Higher Education Admissions Policy
The college recognises the importance of admitting applicants to a course suited to their ability and aspirations and the selection process therefore takes account of all aspects of an application and not just an applicant’s academic profile. The college endeavours to ensure that policies and procedures used to admit students are clear, fair, explicit and consistently applied. Reaseheath College Higher Education Admissions Policy