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access course

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Definition of access course in English:

noun

British
An educational course enabling those without traditional qualifications to become eligible for higher education.
Example sentences
  • Septuagenarian Josephine began with a university access course at Newry College of Further Education followed by a primary degree at Queen's.
  • The access course was in sociology, which was a subject I enjoyed, so I'm doing it here.
  • The 37-year-old mother-of-three, from Limes Avenues, Pinehurst, studied for her access course using Braille and audiotapes.

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