The University Foundation Programme (UFP) was founded in 1989, as part of the David Game College, London (est. 1974). This makes it one of the oldest and most successful Foundation courses in the UK, with an excellent reputation with both previous students and universities throughout the country.
The UFP is a one-year, full-time programme, beginning in either September or January, which prepares students to undertake high education at the undergraduate level at top universities in the United Kingdom. We have six pathways to choose from: Business and Finance; Law, Humanities and Social Science; Engineering and Computing; Science and Pharmacy; Medicine; Architecture, Art and Design
These pathways cover the vast majority of undergraduate degrees on offer in the UK, but for students with specialized interests, it also offers a “Custom Made UFP”, where students can hand-pick each of their subjects and tailor the course to their specific aspirations.
David Game College has never failed to place at university a student who has passed this course, and on average 70% of our students each year receive offers from Russell Group universities.
The campus is located in the heart of the City of London, with state-of-the-art facilities and teachers who are experts in their field. There is also a range of extracurricular activities to choose from, including cultural visits, sports teams, debating society, drama society and student council. We are an independent, fee-paying institution.
David Game College Programs
David Game College Application Requirements
David Game College Cost of studies
Business and Finance UFP: £17,450 + exam fees
Law, Humanities, and Social Science UFP: £17,450 + exam fees
Engineering and Computing UFP: £17,950 + practical & exam fees
Science and Pharmacy UFP: £17,950 + practical & exam fees
Medicine UFP: £24,950
Architecture, Art & Design UFP: £20,450 + material & exam fees
Custom Made UFP: Calculated on a case-by-case basis
David Game College Deadlines
September 2019 intake: 31st August 2019
January 2020 intake: 30th November 2019