Flexible opportunities if you want to progress from HN study to a part-time degree.
Fife College works with The Open University (OU) in Scotland to create flexible opportunities for students who wish to progress from their Higher National study to a part-time degree.
The OUs BA or BSc (Open) degrees allow you to choose from a wide range of OU modules tailored to your personal and vocational needs. This means you can build on the subject areas you studied in college, but it also provides the flexibility to develop skills and knowledge in other subject areas.
If you have an HND, you can transfer up to 240 credits towards The OU’s 360 credit BA or BSc (Open) with Honours. Similarly, if you have an HNC, you can normally transfer between 90 and 120 credits towards the 300 credit BA or BSc (Open) or the 360 credit BA/BSc (Open) with Honours.
Honours degrees in named subjects are also available and further information on credit transfer is available on request.
Find out more information about part-time degree study on The OU’s website.
The OU's information events are a great way to find out about continuing your studies with them.
Still undecided about your next step?
With The Open University, you can study part-time where and when it suits you at home or at work, on the move or at the park reading, watching and listening, doing activities and assignments, taking part in debates and discussions. You get regular support from your tutor and Student Support Team, and youll be able to get together with other students online, at group tutorials and through informal study groups.
Building on your HN qualification, you can claim credit transfer and shorten the time it takes to get a degree.
Choose from a wide range of subjects from arts to accounting, computing to care, science to sport.
If you plan to study 30 or 60 Credits (at undergraduate level) and your personal income, including replacement living-cost benefits is 25,000 a year or less you will qualify for a FREE place. SAAS is now open if you wish to apply for the part-time fee grant.