Further Education Certificate

(6 Posts)
ProlificWillyBreeder Sat 19-Jan-13 08:24:11

Exactly so I'm happy, I'll get a lot of support with the OU too smile

sashh Sat 19-Jan-13 07:52:25

Sorry you don't get a Cert but at least you get the credits. I had no idea about the time limit.

ProlificWillyBreeder Fri 18-Jan-13 08:47:35

Just to update incase anyone in the future needs this info...
Depending on the uni there can be a time limit to when you can no longer claim the CertHE. 5 years at my uni. So I didn't qualify.
They have posted my grades and sending this document to the open uni means that they will assess then fingers crossed I'll still have 120 CAT points.

ProlificWillyBreeder Wed 16-Jan-13 08:53:57

Thanks sashh hoping the officer will email back soon.
Do I need to pay or anything?

sashh Wed 16-Jan-13 00:29:21

If you completed your first year, yes you can get a Cert HE

ProlificWillyBreeder Tue 15-Jan-13 20:46:58

Not sure if this is in the right place.
A few years ago I completed the first year of my degree, sadly due to my failing health I was un able to continue.
Now I'm finally better and ready to study again, with the OU I'm hoping. I'm looking to transfer credits.
Google tells me I'm entitled to a certificate in Higher Education, is this correct?
I've emailed the awards officer at the uni but I'm too nervous they will say no still awaiting a reply.

Hope I posted this in the right place.

Thanks, taken me a while to summon the courage to even email this blooming officer!

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