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Keywords e.g. warehousing
Qualification Code e.g. 600/5640/X
Keywords e.g. warehousing
Unit Code e.g. Y/505/4889
Open Awards Unit ID e.g. CBF498
Keywords e.g. warehousing
Open Awards Unit Code e.g. UA33ART12
Open Awards Unit ID e.g. CBF521

FAQs - Access Learners

 

Certificates will be ready and sent to providers by 31st July unless there are any queries on their award. They may be sent sooner. The provider is asked to check the certificates then distribute to learners promptly. Learners should be advised to liaise directly with the provider. If the university is asking for the certificate, learners can suggest to the university that they contact us for free access to our results service.

Yes. We will check your details to make sure that we have a record of you on the system. If we you will need to complete the certificate reissue form here. Please see full reissue process here for further guidance.

All certificates are dispatched to an agreed contact at the provider. Learners should be directed to the provider.

For academic year 2017/2018, Access to HE learners will be able to view their results on the UCAS portal on Tuesday 7th August 2018 at 9am. 

UCAS have a really useful tool for finding this out. You will need to do is choose the Access to HE Diploma from the qualification drop down and enter the number of credits at pass, merit and distinction and the calculator will tell them the total points. You can find the UCAS tariff calculator here - https://www.ucas.com/ucas/tariff-calculator

N.B: learners have to have 45 graded credits to qualify for UCAS points

You will need to follow your education provider's complaints and appeals procedure in the first instance. If you are unsatisfied with the formal response form the provider, then you should get back in touch with us following our Compliments, Comments and Complaints procedure. More information can be found here.

You will need to follow your education provider's complaints and appeals procedure in the first instance. If you are unsatisfied with the formal response form the provider, then you should get back in touch with us following our Compliments, Comments and Complaints procedure. More information can be found here.