If you have the potential to study at degree level, but you don’t meet the entry requirements, a foundation year can bridge the gap – laying the groundwork for entry into Year 1. The units you’ll study are designed to build your confidence and bring you up to speed for the rest of your chosen degree. So, as well as the Academic Practice units, which help develop your study skills for learning at degree-level, you’ll also do three humanities units. Once you have successfully passed your foundation year you will progress directly onto Year 1 of your linked honours degree. Features and Benefits
- Each year we accept hundreds of students onto foundation year courses who have the ability to study at degree level but who don't have the qualifications to enter directly onto an honours degree.
- Has content that is tailored so that it is appropriate to your chosen degree.
- Helps you to develop the study skills and academic knowledge you will need to start Year 1 of your course with confidence.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Students study French with one of the following languages: Spanish; Japanese; Mandarin Chinese; Modern Standard Arabic. Students will confirm their second language at enrolment. - Spanish is available to beginners and to those with previous study of Spanish up to and including A level. - Japanese is available only to beginners with no previous experience of the language. - Mandarin Chinese is available to beginners. Students with previous study of Mandarin Chinese up to GCSE level may be considered. - Modern Standard Arabic is available only to beginners. Students with experience of Koranic Arabic can be considered. GCSE English Language at grade D or grade 3. Equivalent qualifications (eg. Functional Skills) may be considered
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Fees and funding
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