The Undergraduate Pathways or foundation program is your pathway to a bachelor’s degree from some of the top ranked universities. They support students as they improve their academic knowledge, their study, research and presentation skills, and their English language ability. Permit international students to take a mix of credit-bearing academic and English as a second language courses despite lacking the English language test scores required for direct admission. Foundation courses are pre-undergraduate programmes designed for students who do not have the qualifications necessary for direct entry to an undergraduate degree.
The programme typically lasts one year and students who are successful in completing the course can progress to a suitable degree programme
Students who have studied in a country with fewer than 13 years of school, and have not taken A-levels or the International Baccalaureate Diploma, may need to complete a foundation course before they enrol for a UK university degree.
Here are just a few reasons why thousands of international students choose to study abroad on a foundation year