AS MATHS

FE

Course Code ASCMTH
Level 3
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Course Description
FE

DURATION: 1 evening per week for 4 hours over 30 weeks.

OVERVIEW

By studying Mathematics you will develop your ability to reason logically and check the accuracy and validity of your work. You will enhance your problem-solving skills whilst appreciating the relevance of mathematics in everyday life and in other fields of study. Study at AS/A2 level provides a useful background for the further study of Mathematics either as a main subject or subsidiary part of a degree, foundation degree or for the many professional qualifications in which it is very beneficial.

REQUIREMENTS

At least 5 GCSEs at grade C as defined in the Admissions Policy including GCSE Mathematics grade B or above

PROGRESSION

AS and A Level Mathematics are much sought after qualifications for entry to a wide variety of full-time degree courses. Courses that require Mathematics or in which it is useful include: accountancy, architecture, computing, economics, engineering, law, medicine, teaching and psychology.

There are many areas of employment that see Advanced Maths as an important qualification and it is often a requirement for the vocational qualifications related to these areas.

CONTACT

Henry McCloy mccloyh@src.ac.uk

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Location Day Time Weeks Start Date Fees
Killylea Road Yr 1 Group A Armagh Campus-3402 Sep 2019£306 (Course)
£153 (Concession)
Killylea Road Yr 1 Group B Armagh Campus-3402 Sep 2019£306 (Course)
£153 (Concession)


Concession Fee is applicable to students who are receipt of any of the following benefits: Guaranteed Pension Credit / Housing Benefit (Rates Rebate) or Rate Relief/ Working Tax Credit (where household income is £16,190 or below/ In-come based Employment and Support Allowance Income Support/ In-come based Jobseekers Allowance/ Republic of Ireland means tested benefit. All exam/material fees must be paid in addition to the concession fee.

Registration, materials and certificate fees (subject to charge by the awarding body) are payable where shown at enrolment. All courses are subject to satisfactory enrolment numbers being achieved and sustained throughout the year. A student will be offered a refund of fees where a course is cancelled by the College or where a student does not attend their course of study. However, a £20 administrative fee will be imposed on a student who is unable to attend a course and does not give the College a minimum of 5 working days' notice before the course commences. A refund is not available to anyone who leaves a course after making one or more attendances.