Our Foundation Programme is a one-year intensive course that prepares students to attend top UK universities. Recognised as an A Level or International Baccalaureate equivalent, the Foundation Programme is an alternative route to degree-level studies and allows you to enter UK University if you are an EU or International student who has completed secondary school outside the UK.
Our Foundation Programme is world-renowned and has an excellent success rate in placing international students at top British universities. Our team has a wealth of experience in preparing students for entry into the top British universities and we have excellent relationships with many UK and international universities.
The Foundation Programme is independent of any particular university allowing our Foundation Programme students freedom of choice to apply to many of the best universities in the UK as well as international institutions. We offer extensive academic guidance based on our students’ preferences, from the start of the course all the way through to their UCAS application and personal statement, to help our students find the best university for them.
Personalised & Flexible
With both September and January start date, we offer the most flexibility than most foundation courses. Our small class sizes and personalised tuition allow us to focus more on students’ needs, resulting in exceptional academic performance leading to chosen places at desired universities.We create a curriculum tailored to the student, for the student.
A Pre-Sessional course is designed to help students improve their English and academic skills ahead of starting the Foundation Programme course in September. Students can start a pre-sessional course at anytime before the Foundation Programme course begins. It includes IELTs preparation, study skills and academic development,
Students can choose between a variety of pathways, allowing entry into almost all undergraduate degree courses. Our current pathways are:
- Business and Finance – Starting Sep 2021
- Engineering and Computing – Starting Sep 2021
- Law, Humanities and Social Science – Starting 2022