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Selby College

Early Childhood Education and Care (Top-Up)

UCAS Code: PQ22

Bachelor of Arts - BA

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1.0year

Full-time | 2021

**About this course**

The BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education and Care (Top-Up) degree enables experienced practitioners with a Foundation Degree in Early Years/Early Childhood Studies, teaching and learning and other equivalent foundation degrees in early childhood studies to enter the course directly at BA stage.

**Entry requirements**
Successful completion of Level 5 foundation degree in Early Childhood Studies or equivalent.

Grade C/ 4 or above in GCSE English and Maths or equivalent

Working or volunteering (placement) in the Early Years setting

You must be over 18 years of age and should be employed within the sector, either paid or unpaid, for a minimum of 180 hours over the duration of the course.

You will also need a work based mentor (You will also receive workplace visits from your tutors)

Successful completion of DBS

Modules

During your course, you will be taught by experts in the field of early childhood studies, using various teaching methods and interactive technology to promote learning, including group activities, class debates and discussion, lectures and seminar sessions, as well as independent learning and study expectations. You will receive regular feedback and personal tutorial support throughout the course to develop both your academic and professional skills.
The modules covered on this course are: Creativity in Early Childhood Education and Care, Professional Practice – Working with 0 – 8’s, Leadership and Management in Early Childhood Education and Care, International Perspectives in Early Childhood Education and Care, Dissertation

*Please note that units may be subject to change from year to year, due to curriculum updating/sector changes/changes in delivery staff specialisms or awarding body requirements. See Course Terms and Conditions for more details.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,320
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Northern Ireland
£7,320
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Scotland
£7,320
per year
Wales
£7,320
per year

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Course location:

Selby College

Department:

Childhood Studies

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