Foundation Courses:

A foundation degree is a qualification in its own right and is equivalent to the first two years of an Honours degree. A 'traditional' honours degree consists of three-four years of study, for example: Foundation degrees may be studied on a full- or part-time basis. A full-time course usually takes two years. Part-time courses may take longer, although this is not always the case. Foundation degrees integrate academic study with relevant work-based learning, ensuring that you graduate with the practical skill set and the relevant knowledge that is sought after by employers. Once you have completed your Foundation degree you can go straight into work or, you can apply to 'Top-up' your qualification to a full honours award with a Top-up degree.

Foundation courses include:

  • Level 4: Higher National Diploma (HNC), Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE),
  • Level 4: Higher National Diploma (HNC), Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE),
  • Level 5: Higher National Diploma (HND), Diploma in Higher Education (DipHE), Foundation Degree (FD),
  • Level 6: Graduate Certificate (Pre-Masters), GDL (Graduate Diploma in Law)
  • Level 7: Postgraduate Certificate (PGC) & Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
Estimated Cost: To complete Foundation Courses estimated cost per year from £2500 to £5000. To more details please contract to our customer advisor.

Entry Requirement: Higher Secondary Education Certificate or Equivalent. English language Certificate IELTS: 5.5 with 5.0 in each Module / Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) each module B1 Level English or B1 Level recognise English Certificate.

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