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FOUNDATION & A LEVEL & GCSE

Foundation: To enter most universities in UK as an undergraduate, you first have to complete a foudantion programme.

 

A Foundation programme will help you develop your level of English and academic knowledge, and prepare you to eneter in an undergraduate degree in your field of interest. Also this program helps you to learn the basic elements about British Education System, ensuring that you are properly prepared for your studies.

 

Foundation programmes accept students three times a year in September, January and April. To be able to be admitted to this programme , your level of English has to be upper-intermediate or above, and students have to prove this by their IELTS, TOEFL,etc exam results.

 

Foundation programmes are offered in different areas depending on your undergraduate education field.

 

  • Art & Design Foundation
  • Business, Finance and Management Foundation
  • Engineering Foundation
  • Humanities Foundation
  • Law Foundation
  • Computer Science & IT Foundation
  • Media Foundation
  • Science and Pharmacy Foundation

 

Your level of English is not appropriate to start Foundation program:

If your level of English is not appropriate to begin a Foundation programme, Partisipating in an intensive English course abroad for an academic year will enable you to continue your education in a foundation program without taking any English Exams.

Please contact us for more information about Foundation program and admission requirements !     

 

A Level (Advanced Level ) University preparation programme

 

To get admission from top ranked universities like Oxford and Cambridge you should pass "A Level" examinations.

 

A Levels usually take 2 years of study, in 3 or chosen subjects depending on your university goals. We recommend this programme to those who can keep up with steady and intensive studying programmes, and who are aiming for top 5 UK universities or medical studies.

 

A Level programmes accept students three times a year in September, January and April.To be able to be admitted to this programme , your level of English has to be upper-intermediate or above, and students have to prove this by their IELTS, TOEFL,etc exam results.If your level of English is not appropriate to follow "A level" programmes, Participating in an intensive English course abroad for an academic semester or year will enable you to continue your education in the UK.

 

Please contact us for more information about A Level program and admission requirements !