Pathway Program in the UK

Pathway Program in the UK

“Your roadmap to year 1 of an undergraduate degree at UK’s top universities”.
 
The Foundation Program: Structure and Length
For international students finishing their high school exams and wanting to study at a UK university, but who do not qualify for direct entry, a foundation program can most often be the best route to university.
Our pathway providers offer numerous degree programs at the undergraduate level in the UK. Some of these pathways offer guaranteed degree progression.
 
Your degree preparation
A foundation course is a 9 month or 3 term preparation course that involves English language proficiency enhancement and academic subject preparation, aimed at helping you bridge the gap between your current proficiency and that required by the university admission guidelines. This helps you achieve entry to an undergraduate degree in many of the leading universities in the UK.
Length of course: 3 terms (9 months)
Start Dates- October, January & March Tuition Fees
Range- £15,000- £20,000
 
Entry Requirements:
To be accepted for an International Foundation Year, you need to meet certain entry requirements.
 
Age: You must be 16 years or older
Academic: You must have good high school graduation grades or equivalent
English language: Academic IELTS for UKVI 5.0, with a minimum 5.0 in writing
 
*Few top universities also require a strong comprehension and ability in Math.
 
What can I expect from the UK education system?
 
A typical UK degree includes a range of teaching method:
Lectures are large classes for learning concepts and theories and their application to real life.
Seminars and Tutorials are small classes with presentations, discussions, and informal debates.
Practical Workshops where you develop your real-world skills.
Sandwich Degree Courses that offer a year of industry placement in full-time employment.
 
You need to manage your own time to conduct research outside of the classroom, prepare assignments, and study for exams. These will assess your analytical understanding of a subject, rather than your ability to just memorize concepts.
 
Note: Your pathway course provider will help you build your independent learning skills, teach you how to reference sources, and structure your academic essays.
Benefits of an Undergraduate Foundation Course include:
 
  1. A focused pathway that is designed to offer the best chance of entry to university
  2. An opportunity for progression to a partner university subject to achieving pass marks
  3. The opportunity to study on a university campus, so you feel part of the university system
  4. Support of a personal tutor and subject tutors to ensure you stay on track with your study
  5. Facility to live in university accommodation and mix with current undergraduate students
  6. Helps you become independent in managing your time and education
How does it work?
  • Study modules
  • During your International Foundation Year you will study as per the following schedule:
  • Core modules that focus on English language and university-level study skills; and
  • Academic modules that focus on your chosen degree subject.
Teaching
  • The teaching is conducted in the following class combinations:
  • Group lectures, seminars, tutorials, and independent study.
  • The seminar group will have around 20 students in it.
Assessment
  • The International Foundation Year assessments are meant to:
  • Help you achieve the grades you need for progression into the degree program.
  • These assessments include coursework, presentations, essays, and exams.
Why foundation course is important?
A foundation programme is a study course designed to fill the gap between your current level of qualification and knowledge and the level needed to be admitted to a Bachelor's degree at an international university.
Guaranteed Progression
 
Do you want to study in the UK, but aren't sure which university is right for you?
Subjects offered:
Foundation courses are offered in a number of pathways and subject combinations, which prepare you for degree courses in areas such as:
  • Business, Finance & Management
  • Engineering
  • Computing
  • Law
  • Art and Design
  • Social Science
  • Medicine
  • Science and Pharmacy
  • Media and Humanities
Selecting the right foundation programme is dependent on:
  • Your current level of education
  • Your age
  • Your English language proficiency level.
 
* Guaranteed progression is subject to meeting the specified entry criteria.
 
Foundation program students have progressed to top 100 universities including:
 
  • The University of Manchester - 27th in the world
  • King's College London - 31st in the world
  • London School of Economics and Political Science - 49th in the world
  • University of Warwick - 62nd in the world
  • Durham University - 86th in the world
  • University of Birmingham - 87th in the world
  • University of Southampton - 90th in the world
  • University of Leeds - 91st in the world
  • University of Sheffield - 93rd in the world
  • University of Nottingham - 99th in the world
  • University of the Arts, London
*QS World University Rankings 2021

 

Speaker - Bharti Sharma

Bharti brings with her a diverse and versatile experience of twelve years in the domain of international higher education including student recruitment, university relations, administering standardized tests like the IELTS, and mentoring aspiring study abroad scholars in university and course selections, applications, scholarships, accommodation, and visas.
Over the past twelve years, she has led teams of admissions counselors, conducted training sessions to ensure performance standard consistency, and counseled more than 2000 students in getting admission into their dream university. She has also been the point of contact for university liaison, business development, and sales expansion efforts. Her core strengths include sales, operations, market strategizing, streamlining company revenue, implementing effective solutions to customer needs, and establishing channel networks.
Her extensive travels related to her work have given her a 360-degree view of the education domain in different geographies of the world and helped her advise students keeping in mind their cultural context.
In her current role as Head, Admission Counselling, and Student Welfare Committee Member, she leads the process of end-to-end and customized solutions providing for students in their journey from course selection to the final step of successful visa filing.  
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