Students who can demonstrate they have “comprehensive” reading, writing and mathematics skills are encouraged to apply to the HPC, the highest level of higher education in the UK.
The college’s “graduate pathway” also means applicants must be able to work part-time in an academic role for up to 12 months and to complete three or more undergraduate degree programmes.
It also means that the HSCP is open to anyone who wants to get a degree, regardless of whether they’re pursuing a career or study.
To apply for a HSCP degree, you need to have a “composite” of four years of high school and a minimum of three years of university study.
You need to be able and willing to work full-time at least 12 months, study at least one full year in full- or part- time employment and undertake one full university course.
If you do not have these four years or you have not completed the university degree, your application will be rejected.
However, you may be able apply for an HSCP without completing the college and without completing university study if you meet the eligibility requirements.
If your application is rejected, you will not be eligible to receive your HSCP, but your application fee will be refunded.
You can find out more about the HCA’s graduate pathway and how to apply.
You also need to submit an application fee if you wish to attend a course that doesn’t meet the HCPP requirements.
The HSCP requires you to complete at least two academic subjects (three if you are a member of the College of Education), at least five graduate courses (three with at least four years at a university), and at least three undergraduate studies.
The College of Medicine requires you take a “Composite HSC” which covers up to three full years of higher level studies in medicine and four or more graduate courses.
You must complete at at least 20 hours of postgraduate coursework.
To complete your composite, you must also meet the College’s requirements, and be able take at least 10 hours of elective courses.
Applicants who apply to study for the college must also complete a HSC in which they can “graduate in the same academic area”.
You must also show your degree programme is at least six years old.
You will need to include a letter from your GP detailing any relevant coursework, your work experience, and your work history.
If applicants don’t meet these requirements, they will not qualify for the graduate pathway.
To find out how to take the HCE, go to the college’s website.
The colleges application form has the HCCE, HSCP and HSC links, and the HCFE link.
To get a copy of your HSC application, email the college with the subject line “HSC Application”.
You’ll need to provide a sample of your completed undergraduate degree in the form of an online degree certificate, or if you can’t find the information online, write to the colleges admissions office.
You’ll also need a copy and proof of your university course completion (eg a statement from your school explaining why you haven’t completed the courses).
If you are accepted, you’ll receive a confirmation email within 48 hours.
If not, you can request a letter confirming your admission.
Your HSCP must be completed within five years of the end of your course of study.
Your transcript should be attached to your application.
If the college has more than one college, the application will need multiple copies.
If applying to a different college, you should attach all the relevant transcripts and correspondence from each school to your HPC application.
The application must include a cover letter and a short statement explaining why your application meets the college eligibility requirements, which can be found on the college website.
You should send your application to the College by post, in a sealed envelope, if you want it sent to a person other than the applicant’s principal, school, university, or college.
Applicant will need a letter of recommendation from at least the principal or dean of the school where they want to study, or from a person who has seen them at the school.
The applicant must be in good standing at the time of their application.
It is illegal to give false or misleading information about the applicant.
Students with disabilities will need their HSC to be completed for them to qualify for a degree.
If they are able to meet the qualifications, they may also be able use the HMC.
To check if you qualify for admission, you could check the HSPCA’s list of the most eligible candidates.
However the HPSC is open for applications from students with disabilities.
You may also have to do a “provisional” assessment to see if you have the required qualifications.
This means you are given an interview with a school before you are considered.
The interview will usually be with a doctor or other qualified health professional.
This will allow you to show that you are ready to