Congratulations on your offer to study within the department of Service Industries at Barnsley College Higher Education. We are delighted to welcome you on to the FdSc Criminology, Communities and Criminal Justice course.
If you have any questions about the course, assessments or teaching please do not hesitate to contact us:
Our aim is to ensure that you know what to expect from the course and provide advice and guidance on what you need to prepare for your studies. There will be activities that you may want to get involved in, both across the department and within Barnsley College, and we will let you know more about these when you enrol. Below is the time for enrolment which you are required to attend:
Monday 13 September 9.00am – 4.00pm via Microsoft Teams.
Our welcome event is full of activities to keep you entertained and start your year off with a bang. For more information please visit: artsteps | Barnsley College Welcome Event 21/22
You must be able to produce certificates to prove that you have achieved the following:
Please bring proof of all your qualifications (original certificates) to your enrolment session. You will not be able to fully enrol on the course unless these have been presented and failure to produce these will delay any loan payments, if eligible, being paid.
If you find that you do not have the original certificates, you will need to obtain copies from the awarding body as quickly as possible prior to enrolment.
Please check with the school or college you attended for information on contacting the relevant awarding body.
It is strongly recommended that you read the following books, which will be used as set texts and will be useful throughout your Criminology, Communities and Criminal Justice course:
These books will also be very useful and available in the library at the Church Street campus, though it is recommended that you purchase your own copy of at least one study skills text:
Online learning platforms will be delivered through Microsoft Teams, it is crucial that you have a device at home, such as a laptop, in order to access resources and notifications from your lecturers.