Sixth form students starting courses with us in September can now access materials relating to each of their chosen subjects via their Admissions portal. The work is designed to support transition to advanced level study as you move on from your GCSEs.
To access the work please use the link here: Log-on To Your Application
You will need the e-mail you used to set up your application and your password, then click 'Continue/Edit Application'.
We understand that we all face uncertain times at the moment but do hope that in accessing these resources you are at least able to engage in something a little more familiar to you. We hope you find the material interesting and of value.
Please continue to take care of yourselves and we very much look forward to seeing you at Holy Cross next year.
NSS gives students an opportunity to say what they think about their course, what they like and what could be improved.
Holy Cross University Centre would like to thank all students who took part in the survey, almost 80% and to congratulate our two students who were selected at random by Ipsos Mori - Joanne ID 17010311 and Jody ID 17010319 who have won a £50 Trafford Centre voucher each.
Today Psychology students and staff joined The Freud Museum for a webinar with renowned psychoanalyst Haya Oakley. She offered a rare insight into the psychoanalytic approach to schizophrenia and an opportunity for all attending to quiz her about her work.
This morning Theology students and staff had the opportunity to take part in a live webinar hosted by the University of Reading and the University of East Anglia. The session involved a presentation on democracy in Ancient Greece and a discussion on the concept of knowledge, according to Plato.
We have recently shared our latest newsletter with both current and prospective students and their parents/carers which looks to celebrate so much of what our students are engaged in during their time at Holy Cross, and indeed, what new students can look forward to when they join us in the new academic year.
The newsletter can be found here: Spring 2020 Newsletter
We hope you find this of interest and that you are all staying safe at this time.