INTO University Partnerships academic programme

September 2013 – April 2014

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INTO University of East Anglia
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
Newton A-Levels
(5 term)
Economics,  Accounting or Actuarial Science 06 - Jan 06 - Jan
Year 1: £12,750
 
Year 2: £19,125
 
Total: £31,875
IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in writing and no component part less than 5.0) or GCSE English language grade A Students intending to study Medicine, Veterinary Science or Dentistry require IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in writing) or equivalent.
Students must have completed education to Year 11 level, and achieved grades A* or A at GCSE level or equivalent. We expect students hoping to apply to a U Medical School to have achieved grades A* or A at GCSE level or equivalent in at least six subjects, including Mathematics. We would not advise that any student attempt to gain admission to a UK Medical School without meeting this minimum requirement. Students who excel on this programme can progress to world-leading universities, including the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and Yale, or to top medical schools.
Engineering and the Applied Sciences
Mathematics
Medicine or the Physical and Natural Sciences
Newton A-Levels
(6 term)
Economics, Accounting or Actuarial Science 23 - Sep -
Year 1: £19,125
 
Year 2: £19,125
 
Total: £38,250
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in all subskills) or GCSE English language grade A or B. Students intending to study
Medicine, Veterinary Science or Dentistry require IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in writing) or equivalent.
Students must have completed education to Year 11 level, and achieved grades A* or A at GCSE level or equivalent. We expect students hoping to apply to a UK Medical School to have achieved grades A* or A at GCSE level or equivalent in at least six subjects, including Mathematics. We would not advise that any student attempt to gain admission to a UK Medical School without meeting this minimum requirement. Students who excel on this programme can progress to world-leading universities, including the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and Yale, or to top medical schools.
Engineering and the Applied Sciences
Mathematics
Medicine or the Physical and Natural Sciences
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Business and Economics 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450 IELTS 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in any subskill) or equivalent Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades Over 90 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools at the University of East Anglia including Business Economics, Business Management, Accounting and Finance, International Business Management (UEA London), Computing for Business, Educational Studies, Law, Media Studies, Film and Television studies, Business Statistics, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Climate Science, Pharmacy, Chemical Physics and many more.
Computing with Business
Humanities and Law
Mathematics and Actuarial Sciences
Sciences
 
International
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Business and Economics 08 - Jul 30 - Sep £17,400 IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in any subskill) or equivalent Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades Over 90 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools at the University of East Anglia including Business Economics, Business Management, Accounting and Finance, International Business Management (UEA London), Computing for Business, Educational Studies, Law, Media Studies, Film and Television studies, Business Statistics, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Climate Science, Pharmacy, Chemical Physics and many more.
Computing with Business
Humanities and Law
Mathematics and Actuarial Sciences
Sciences
International Diploma
programme (3 term)
Business Management and Economics 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in reading and writing) or equivalent Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation programme or the first year of an overseas university degree with good grades or equivalent Year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes in the Norwich Business School, and the School of Economics. Year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes at University of East Anglia and UEA London including the world leading International Business Management offered exclusively at UEA London.
International Diploma
programme (4 term)
Business Management and Economics 08 - Jul 30 - Sep £17,400 IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in reading and writing) or equivalent Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation programme or the first year of an overseas university degree with good grades or equivalent Year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes in the Norwich Business School, and the School of Economics. Year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes at University of East Anglia and UEA London including the world leading International Business Management offered exclusively at UEA London.
Graduate Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Business 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent   Pass in an undergraduate degree in any academic subject or with high grades in any academic 3-5 year Diploma (in degrees as approved by INTO University of East Anglia). Applicants aiming for an MSc at Norwich Business School: Students with an existing business degree studied in a UK context will require approval from Norwich Business School Admissions prior to entry onto the Graduate Diploma programme. Applicants aiming for the MA in Development Economics or MSc Impact Evaluation for International Development will require a background in economics and a conditional offer from the School of International Development prior to entry to the Graduate Diploma programme. Progression into wide range of postgraduate degree programmes in the named schools
Economics
International Development
Political, Social and International Studies
INTO University of Exeter
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Economics, Finance and Management 16 - Sep 06 - Jan £14,700 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all subskills Students need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with very good grades Over 120 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools at the University of Exeter including Law, Politics, History, Sociology, Geography, Philosophy, Accounting with Finance, Mathematics and Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Physics, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering, Renewable Energy, Geography, Evolutionary Biology, Flexible Combined Honours and more.
Humanities, Law and Social Science
Biomedical, Life and Environmental Sciences £14,100 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in writing and no less than 4.5 in all other subskills)
Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
nternational
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Humanities, Law and Social Science 01 - Jul 16 - Sep £18,700
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
all subskills)
Students need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with very good grades Over 120 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools at the University of Exeter including Law, Politics, History, Sociology, Geography, Philosophy, Accounting with Finance, Mathematics with Accounting, Business and Management, Economics, Physics, Civil Engineering, Mining Engineering, Renewable Energy, Geography, Evolutionary Biology, Flexible Combined Honours and more.
Engineering and Mathematics £18,100 IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in writing and no less than 4.5 in all other subskills) or equivalent
Science
International Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Business, Management, Accounting and Economics 16 - Sep 06 - Jan £14,700 IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in writing and no less than 5.0 in all other subskils) or equivalent Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation programme, first year of overseas university degree with good grades or equivalent Year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes at the University of Exeter
Engineering IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.0 in all subskill) or equivalent
Graduate Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Finance 16 - Sep 06 - Jan £14,700 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent A first degree or equivalent. We will consider a 3–5 year diploma with high grades and work experience. Applicants for the One Planet MBA or MPA require at least 3 years’ work experience post graduation at managerial level in the private or public sector or related organisation. Progression to select Postgraduate degree programmes at the University of Exeter Business School, and the Schools of Law and of Social Science and International Studies.
Management
Law 16 - Sep -
INTO Newcastle University
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Architecture 23 - Sep - £14,750 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all subskills) Law School: IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent Applicants must submit a portfolio as part of their application. Over 140 undergraduate degree programmes at Newcastle University including Architectural Studies, Town Planning, Accounting and Finance, Economics, Marketing and Management, Financial and Business Economics, Business Management, Law, Politics, Combined Studies, Computing Science, Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geophysics, Naval Architecture and more.
Business and Management 06 - Jan £13,750 Students need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades
Humanities and Social Sciences
Biological and Biomedical Sciences £14,750
Physical Sciences and Engineering
International
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Architecture 01 - Jul - £18,500 IELTS 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in all subskills) Law School: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all subskills) or equivalent Applicants must submit a portfolio as part of their application. Over 140 undergraduate degree programmes at Newcastle University including Architectural Studies, Town Planning, Accounting and Finance, Economics, Marketing and Management, Financial and Business Economics, Business Management, Law, Politics, Combined Studies, Computing Science, Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geophysics, Naval Architecture and more.
Business and Management 23 - Sep £17,500 Students need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades
Humanities and Social Sciences
Biological and Biomedical Sciences £18,500
Physical Sciences and Engineering
International Diploma
programme (3 term)
Business 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,750 IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in writing) or equivalent Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation with good grades, first year of an overseas university degree programme
Year 2 of undergraduate degree programmes in the
Newcastle University Business School: Business
Management, Marketing and Management, or Marketing.
International Diploma
programme (4 term)
Business 01 - Jul 23 - Sep £17,500
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in writing) or equivalent
Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation with good grades, first year of an overseas university degree programme, or equivalent Year 2 of undergraduate degree programmes in the Newcastle University Business School: Business Management, Marketing and Management, or Marketing.
Graduate Diploma
programme (3 term)
Architecture 23 - Sep - £14,750 IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills) Students progressing to Newcastle Law School: IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent
Pass in an undergraduate degree (as approved by
INTO Newcastle University), Diploma (3 - 5 years)
with good grades (as approved by INTO Newcastle
University)
Postgraduate degree programmes in the School of
Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Arts and Cultures,
Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Business and Humanities 06 - Jan £13,750
Progression to wide range of postgraduate degree
programmes in Business and Social Sciences
INTO Manchester (in partnership with The University of Manchester)
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International
Foundation programme
(2 term)
Humanities, Law, Business, Management, Accounting and Economics
03 - Jan - £13,450
IELTS 5.5
(minimum of 5.5 in writing
and no less than 5.0 in any
subskill) or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with very good grades.
Over 160 undergraduate degree programmes at The University of Manchester including, Accounting, Business Studies, Law, Economics, Textile Science and Technology, Economics and Finance, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, City and Regional Development and more.
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Computing
09-Sep - £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
writing) or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with very good grades
Over 160 undergraduate degree programmes at The
University of Manchester including, Accounting, Business
Studies, Law, Economics, Textile Science and
Technology, Economics and Finance, Aerospace
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics,
Mathematics, City and Regional Development and more.
Humanities, Law, Business, Management, Accounting
and Economics
Life Sciences
IELTS 6.0 with 6.0 in any
subskill or equivalent
Pharmacy
Psychology
International
Foundation programme
(3 terms Extended)
Humanities, Law, Business, Management, Accounting
and Economics
23 - Sep - £17,250
IELTS 5.0
(minimum of 5.0 in writing)
or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with very good grades
Over 160 undergraduate degree programmes at The University of Manchester including, Accounting, Business Studies, Law, Economics, Textile Science and Technology, Economics and Finance, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, City and Regional Development and more.
International Foundation
programme
(4 term Extended)
Humanities, Law, Business, Management, Accounting
and Economics
06 - Jun - £17,100
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
writing and no less than 4.5
in any subskill) or
equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with very good grades
Over 160 undergraduate degree programmes at The
University of Manchester including, Accounting, Business
Studies, Law, Economics, Textile Science and
Technology, Economics and Finance, Aerospace
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics,
Mathematics, City and Regional Development and more.
Engineering, Physical Sciences, Mathematics and
Computing
INTO Manchester
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
A-level programme
(5 term)
Accounting, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Economics,
Business Studies, Maths and Further Mathematics
06 - Jan -
Year 1: £8,090
 
Year 2: £12,130
 
Total: £20,220
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
writing) or equivalent
Students must have a minimum of 5 passes
(Grades A-B) at GCSE or equivalent
Progression to leading universities across the world for
students who meet entry requirements
A-level programme
(6 term)
Accounting, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Economics,
Business Studies and Maths
09 - Sep -
Year 1: £12,130
 
Year 2:
£12,130
 
Total: £24,260
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
writing) or equivalent
Students must have a minimum of 5 passes
(Grades A-C) at GCSE or equivalent
Progression to leading universities across the world for
students who meet entry requirements
International
Foundation programme
(2 term)
Business and Humanities 17 - Mar - £11,995
IELTS 6.0
(minimum of 6.0 in writing)
or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to 100s of undergraduate degree
programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner universities
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Business and Humanities 09 - Sep 03 - Jan £11,995
IELTS 5.0
(minimum of 5.0 in writing)
or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to 100s of undergraduate degree
programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner universities
Science and Engineering -
International
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Business and Humanities 26-Jun 23-Sep
Jun: £15,645
 
Sep: £15,795
IELTS 4.5
(minimum of 4.5 in writing)
or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to 100s of undergraduate degree
programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner universities
Science and Engineering -
International Diploma
programme (3 term)
Business 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £11,995
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
writing and reading) or
equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
foundation, first year of an overseas university
degree programe or equivalent with good grades
Progression to the 2nd year of over 60 degree
programmes at NCUK owner universities (The University
of Manchester excluded)
International Diploma
programme (4 term)
Business 26 - Jun 23 - Sep
Jun: £15,645
Sep: £15,795
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
all subskills) or equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
foundation, first year of an overseas university
degree programe or equivalent with good grades
Progression to the 2nd year of over 60 degree
programmes at NCUK owner universities (The University
of Manchester excluded)
Graduate Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Route A 23 - Sep - £11,995
IELTS 5.0
(minimum 5.0 in reading
and writing) or equivalent
Students must have successfully completed a
Bachelor’s degree or have an equivalent 3 year
university diploma. Please see brochure page 56 for
full details of entry requirements
Progression to 100s of postgraduate degree programmes
at NCUK’s 11 owner universities. Please note that
progression options for Diploma students are more limited.
Graduate Diploma
programme
(2 term)
Route B 06 - Jan - £7,995
IELTS 5.5
(minimum 5.5 in reading
and writing) or equivalent
Students must have successfully completed a
Bachelor’s degree or have an equivalent 3 year
university diploma. Please see brochure page 56 for
full details of entry requirements
Progression to 100s of postgraduate degree programmes
at NCUK’s 11 owner universities. Please note that
progression options for Diploma students are more limited.
INTO Glasgow Caledonian University
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International Certificate
of Higher Education
(3 term)
Business and Management 09 - Sep 06 - Jan £10,995
IELTS 5.0 (with minimum
4.5 in writing) or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to second year of a wide range of
undergraduate degree programmes in the the Glasgow
School for Business and Society,School of Health and LIfe
Sciences, and the School of Engineering and Built
Environment.
Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Science
International Certificate
of Higher Education
(4 term)
Business and Management 17-Jun 23 - Sep £14,795 IELTS 4.5 or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to second year of a wide range of
undergraduate degree programmes in the the Glasgow
School for Business and Society,School of Health and LIfe
Sciences, and the School of Engineering and Built
Environment.
Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Science
International Certificate
of Higher Education
(5 term)
Business and Management 25 - Mar 17 - Jun £18,595 IELTS 4.0 or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the
same standard) with good grades
Progression to second year of a wide range of
undergraduate degree programmes in the the Glasgow
School for Business and Society,School of Health and LIfe
Sciences, and the School of Engineering and Built
Environment.
Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
Science
International Diploma of
Higher Education
(3 term)
Business 09 - Sep 06 - Jan £10,995
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in
writing) or equivalent
Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
Progression to the third year of an undergraduate degree
in the Glasgow School for Business and Society, or the
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Engineering, Computing and Creative Industries
Satisfactory completion of a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
International Diploma of
Higher Education
(4 term)
Business 17-Jun 23 - Sep £14,795
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in
writing) or equivalent
Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
Progression to the third year of an undergraduate degree
in the Glasgow School for Business and Society, or the
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Engineering, Computing and Creative Industries
Satisfactory completion of a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
International Diploma of
Higher Education
(5 term)
Business 25 - Apr 17 - Jun £18,595
IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in
writing) or equivalent
Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
Progression to the third year of an undergraduate degree
in the Glasgow School for Business and Society, or the
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Engineering, Computing and Creative Industries
Satisfactory completion of a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of a
relevant undergraduate degree
International Graduate
Diploma of Higher
Education
(3 term)
English with Business 09 - Sep 06 - Jan £10,995
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
all subskills) or equivalent
An ordinary degree or equivalent, OR a 3–5 year
diploma with good grades. Candidates with lesser
qualifications but more than 3 years of work
experience will be considered on a case-by-case
basis. Work experience is mandatory for
progression to certain Master’s programmes
Progression to range of degrees in the Glasgow School
for Business and Society, or the School of Engineering
and Built Environment
Engineering, Computing or Creative Industries
Route to Master’s 23 - Sep 13 - Jan
Part 1: £3,800
 
Part 2: £8,000
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
all subskills) or equivalent
INTO Queen's University Belfast
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Business, Humanities and Social Sciences 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
writing and no less than 4.5
in all other subskills) or
equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with good grades
Over 80 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at Queen’s University Belfast
  Engineering and Science            
International
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Business, Humanities and Social Sciences 01 - Jul 23 - Sep £17,380
IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.5 in
writing and no less than 4.0
in all subskills) or
equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with good grades
Over 80 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at Queen’s University Belfast
  Engineering and Science            
International
Foundation programme
(5 term)
Business, Humanities and Social Sciences 08 - Apr 01 - Jul £21,310
IELTS 4.0 (minimum 4.0 in
all subskills) or equivalent
Students need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with good grades
Over 80 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at Queen’s University Belfast
  Engineering and Science            
International Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Engineering 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
reading and writing) or
equivalent
Two 'D' grades from a UK A-Level board or
equivalent.
Progression to the 2nd year of selected degree
programmes in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering and the School of Electronics, Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science. Students can also
progress to 60 degree programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner
universities.
International Diploma
programme
(4 term)
Engineering 01 - Jul 23 - Sep £17,380
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
reading and writing) or
equivalent
Two 'D' grades from a UK A-Level board or
equivalent.
Progression to the 2nd year of selected degree
programmes in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering and the School of Electronics, Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science. Students can also
progress to 60 degree programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner
universities.
International Diploma
programme
(5 term)
Engineering 08 - Apr 01 - Jul £21,310
IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.5 in
reading and writing) or
equivalent
Two 'D' grades from a UK A-Level board or
equivalent.
Progression to the 2nd year of selected degree
programmes in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering and the School of Electronics, Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science. Students can also
progress to 60 degree programmes at NCUK’s 11 owner
universities.
International Diploma
(3 term)
Management and Finance 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
reading and writing and no
other subskill below 5.0) or
equivalent
Two ‘D’ grades from a UK A-level board or
equivalent
Successful completion offers direct entry to the second
year of a relevant undergraduate degree in business
management, economics or finance at Queen’s University
Belfast.
International Diploma
(4 term)
Management and Finance 01 - Jul 23 - Sep £17,380
IELTS 5.0 (minimum
5.0 in reading and writing
and no other
subskill below 4.5) or
equivalent
Two ‘D’ grades from a UK A-level board or
equivalent
Successful completion offers direct entry to the second
year of a relevant undergraduate degree in business
management, economics or finance at Queen’s University
Belfast.
International Diploma
(5 term)
Management and Finance 08 - Apr 01 - Jul £21,310
IELTS 4.5 (minimum
4.5 in all subskills) or
equivalent
Two ‘D’ grades from a UK A-level board or
equivalent
Successful completion offers direct entry to the second
year of a relevant undergraduate degree in business
management, economics or finance at Queen’s University
Belfast.
Graduate Diploma
programme
(3 term
Computing 23 - Sep - £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in
all subskills) or equivalent
* Please note: for visa
purposes, students
requiring a Tier 4 visa must
have IELTS 5.5 and 5.5 in
all subskills.
Pass in an undergraduate degree in any subject (as
approved by Queen’s University). Higher Education
Diploma (3–5 years) with good grades in any
subject (as approved by Queen’s University
Belfast).
Guaranteed progression to a number of designated
postgraduate degree programmes within Queen's
University Management School, School of Electronics,
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Finance 06 - Jan
Management
INTO City University London
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International
Foundation programme
(3 term)
Business, Humanities and Social Sciences 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in writing) Students intending to progress to a degree programme in Business, Law
or Journalism will need a higher level of English for entry to City University London
Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local
equivalent to meet the same standard) with good
grades.
Over 50 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at City University London, including Cass Business School
Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics
International
Foundation programme
(4 term)
Business, Humanities and Social Sciences 08 - Jul 23 - Sep £16,950
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 4.5 in writing) Students intending to progress to a degree programme in Business, Law or Journalism will need a higher level of English for entry to City University London
Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local
equivalent to meet the same standard) with good
grades.
Over 50 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at City University London, including Cass Business School
Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics
Graduate Diploma
programme (3 term)
Business, Law and Social Science
23
23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in
all subskills) or equivalent
Completion of a minimum of three years of higher
education with good grades. Previous study in a
relevant academic discipline or relevant industry
experience for specialised Master’s.
Progression to a wide range of postgraduate degree
programmes in postgraduate schools at the university
including Law, Criminology, International Politics and
Human Rights, Media and Communications, International
Journalism, Software Engineering, Information Science
and more.
Science and Engineering
INTO UEA London
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International Foundation
programme
(3 term)
Business and Economics 23 - Sep 06 - Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.0
(minimum 4.5 in all
subskills) or equivalent
Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local
equivalent to meet the same standard) with good
grades
Over 90 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at the University of East Anglia: degree programmes at
leading universities across the UK, including the
innovative International Business Management degree
offered exclusively at UEA London.
Humanities and Law
International Foundation
programme
(4 term)
Business and Economics 08 - Jul 23 - Sep £16,950
IELTS 4.5
(minimum 4.0 in all
subskills) or equivalent
Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local
equivalent to meet the same standard) with good
grades
Over 90 undergraduate degree programmes in all schools
at the University of East Anglia: degree programmes at
leading universities across the UK, including the
innovative International Business Management degree
offered exclusively at UEA London.
Humanities and Law
International Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Business 23 - Sep 6-Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5
(minimum 5.5 in reading
and writing) or equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of an
overseas university degree with good grades
BSc International Business Management at UEA London
or year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes in
the Norwich Business School, and the School of
Economics.
International Diploma
programme
(4 term)
Business 08 - Jul 23 - Sep £16,950
IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in
reading and writing) or
equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation programme or the first year of an
overseas university degree with good grades
BSc International Business Management at UEA London
or year 2 of select undergraduate degree programmes in
the Norwich Business School, and the School of
Economics.
Graduate Diploma
programme
(3 term)
Business 23 - Sep 6-Jan £13,450
IELTS 5.5
(minimum 5.5 in all
subskills) or equivalent
Pass in an undergraduate degree in any subject as
approved by UEA London or a 3–5 year Diploma in
any subject with good grades as approved by UEA
London. Applicants for Master’s programme offered
by the Norwich Business School with an existing
business degree studied in a UK context will require
approval from Norwich Business School Admissions
prior to entry onto the Graduate Diploma
programme.
Progression to a range of Masters programmes in
diplomacy, marketing, finance and management at UEA
London. You will also qualify for entry to selected
postgraduate courses within the Norwich Business
School and the School of Economics at the
University of East Anglia in Norwich.
Economics
Undergraduate degree International Business Management BSc 23 - Sep -
Prices not yet
finalised.
2012-13:
International
students:
£11,700 Home/
EU: £9,000
IELTS 6.5 (minimum 5.5 in
all subskills) or equivalent
ABB at A-level or equivalent. You will also need
GCSE English language or equivalent at grade B or
above, a minimum grade B in GCSE Mathematics
and a minimum grade C in a foreign language
NA
Master's degree Management MSc Sep -
2012-13 Fees:
International
students:
£13,900
UK/EU
students:
£7,250
IELTS 6.5 (minimum of 6.0
in all subskills) or
equivalent
A good 2:2 undergraduate degree in a non-business
related subject. Students who have previously
studied business or management may be
considered on a case by case basis.
NA
Finance and Management MSc
Marketing and Management MSc
A first or second class honours degree or overseas
equivalent; samples of outstanding professional
experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
All applications should be accompanied by samples
of work in an appropriate medium.
Creative Entrepreneurship MA
2012-13 fee:
International:
£11,700
UK/EU: £5,000
International Business and Diplomacy MA Sep Jan
UK/EU
accredited
diplomats:
£9,450 full time
£4,750 each
year part time
International:
£13,050 full
time
IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
A lower 2nd class honours degree from a
recognised UK or overseas institution, a
postgraduate diploma, or professional qualification
in a relevant discipline, or knowledge and skills at a
university degree standard, normally through five
years’ relevant work experience.
International Diplomacy MA
International Security and Diplomacy MA
International Communications and Diplomacy MA
INTO St George’s, University of London
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International Foundation
programme (3 term)
Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences 16-Sep - £16,950
IELTS 5.5
(minimum of 5.5 in any
subskill) or equivalent
Completion of 12 years of schooling (or local
equivalent to meet the same standard) with high
grades
Leading on to undergraduate degrees at St George’s
University of London like International Medicine,
Biomedical Science, Physiotherapy and Radiography.
Undergraduate degree Biomedical Science BSc 23-Sep -
£14,300 per
annum
IELTS 7.0
(with 7.0 in written subskill
and minimum 6.5 in any
subskill) or equivalent
Overall score 60% in INTO Foundation in Medical,
Biomedical and Health Sciences to include:
Academic English (minimum 68%); Foundation
Biology (minimum 60%); Foundation Chemistry
(minimum 60%); no other module less than 50%.
OR High school qualifications equivalent to UK A
level grades ABB to include Biology and Chemistry.
NA
Medical programme International Medicine BSc/MBBS (6 year programme) 23-Sep -
£29,000 per
annum
IELTS 7.0
(with 7.0 in the written
subskill and minimum 6.5 in
all subskills) or equivalent
Overall score 75% in International Foundation in
Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences to include:
Academic English (minimum 68%); and no other
module less than 60%.
OR High school qualifications equivalent to UK A
level grades AAA to include Biology and Chemistry,
or see page 19 of the brochure. Additional
requirements: Work / voluntary experience in a
medical or health related field.
NA
International Graduate Medicine BSc/MBBS (4 year
programme)
3-Sep -
£32,663 per
annum
IELTS 7.0
(with 7.0 in written subskill
and minimum 6.5 in all
subskills) or equivalent
A degree in any subject at a level equivalent to a
lower second class Bachelor’s honours in the UK
system. Additional requirements: Work / voluntary
experience in a medical or health related field.
NA
INTO Manchester (in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University)
Programme Pathways Course start dates
Course tuition
fees

English language requirements

Academic entry requirements Progression
International Foundation
programme (3 term)
Business and Humanities 09 - Sep 03 - Jan £11,995
IELTS 5.0
(minimum of 5.0 in writing)
or equivalent
Students will need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with good grades.
Progression to undergraduate degrees in areas such as
Accounting and Finance, Law, Economics, IT and New
Media, International Business, Finance and Economics; or
Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, Civil Engineering
and Earth Sciences.
Science and Engineering 09 - Sep -
International Foundation
programme (4 term)
Business and Humanities 26 - Jun 23 - Sep
Jun: £15,645
 
Sep:£15,795
IELTS 4.5
(minimum of 4.5 in writing)
or equivalent
Students will need to have completed 12 years of
schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same
standard) with good grades.
Progression to undergraduate degrees in areas such as
Accounting and Finance, Law, Economics, IT and New
Media, International Business, Finance and Economics; or
Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, Civil Engineering
and Earth Sciences.
Science and Engineering 26 - Jun -
International Diploma
programme (3 term)
Business 23-Sep 6-Jan £11,995
IELTS 5.5
(with a minimum of 5.5 in
reading and writing) or
equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation, first year of an overseas university
degree programme or equivalent with good grades.
 
Applicants for Finance and Accounting routes must
have a minimum of GCSE Grade C in Maths.
Progression to a wide range of undergraduate degrees in
areas such as Accounting and Finance, Business
Economics, Management, and Business Studies.
International Diploma
programme (4 term)
Business 26-Jun 23-Sep
Jun: £15,645
 
Sep:£15,795
IELTS 5.0
(with a minimum of 5.0 in all
subskills) or equivalent
Successful completion of A-levels, a recognised
Foundation, first year of an overseas university
degree programme or equivalent with good grades.
 
Applicants for Finance and Accounting routes must
have a minimum of GCSE Grade C in Maths.
Progression to a wide range of undergraduate degrees at
in areas such as Accounting and Finance, Business
Economics, Management, and Business Studies.
Graduate Diploma
programme (3 term)
Route A 23-Sep - £11,995
IELTS 5.0
(minimum of 5.0 in reading
and writing) or equivalent
Students must have successfully completed a
Bachelor’s degree or have an equivalent 3 year
university diploma.
 
Students with a 3-year diploma are usually offered a
more limited range of progression opportunities for
Master’s study. Work experience in a related area
can increase this range for diploma holders.
Progression to a range of postgraduate degrees in areas
such as Accounting and Finance, Biomedical Science,
Business, Computing, Design, Education, Engineering,
Exercise and Sport, Film and Media, History,
Management, Marketing, Psychology, Sociology and
Textiles.
Graduate Diploma
programme (2 term)
Route B 06-Jan - £7,995
IELTS 5.5
(minimum of 5.5 in reading
and writing) or equivalent
Students must have successfully completed a
Bachelor’s degree or have an equivalent 3 year
university diploma.
 
Students with a 3-year diploma are usually offered a
more limited range of progression opportunities for
Master’s study. Work experience in a related area
can increase this range for diploma holders.
Progression to a range of postgraduate degrees in areas
such as Accounting and Finance, Biomedical Science,
Business, Computing, Design, Education, Engineering,
Exercise and Sport, Film and Media, History,
Management, Marketing, Psychology, Sociology and
Textiles.

 

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Foundation Course

Your university place in just one year

Foundation Year is ideal if you:

  • are aged 16.5 or over
  • are willing to study hard on an intensive course in order to save time
  • need English support and study skills to enable you to succeed at university
  • want to secure a guaranteed place at a UK university

One-year fast track to university

The Bellerbys Foundation Year programme is a three-term course that provides an intensive, fast-track route to a university place. You can graduate to university in just one year. You start the programme in either September, January or April, enabling you to choose the best time to start depending on your own circumstances.

A 100% guaranteed university place with one of our 50 university partners

Successful completion ensures guaranteed entry to a choice of over 890 degree courses at one of the 50 universities which formally recognise the programme. We will give you full counselling and advice to make the right choice. You will also be able to meet university representatives before making a final decision, both at their campuses and during the Higher Education days held at Bellerbys.

Core Subjects on Foundation Courses

All students on the Bellerbys Foundation course take the following core modules, plus one of seven subject routes:
Art & Design, Business, Chemical Engineering, Engineering, Humanities, Information Technology, LawMedia and Science.

Foundation English Skills 1 - The ability to read academic texts, write extended texts, write subjective notes, listen interactively in class and participate in classroom discourse.

Foundation English Skills 2 - Improving all the abilities in Foundation English Skills 1 with greater accuracy, speed, cohesion, organisation and presentation and are prepared for an IELTS qualification at the end of the module.

Study Skills in the British Environment - Using your study time more effectively, improve your use of and range of information sources and prepare comprehensive essays in your own time to given deadlines.

Computer Information Technology - Improving IT literacy and creativity using Office, Business and Media applications; using the internet as a research tool.

Study skills critical for degree success

University in Britain is highly demanding and very different to anything you will have experienced at home. It's one thing gaining a place at university, quite another succeeding throughout all three years of a degree programme. The Bellerbys Foundation is unrivalled in developing all the study skills you will need, including:

  • Note taking
  • Essay writing
  • Research
  • Critical thinking
  • Independent thinking
  • Examination technique

Why Choose Bellerbys College?

50 Years of Success

This year we are celebrating 50 years of teaching at Bellerbys College. For 20 of those years we have also been helping international students achieve their ambitions. During this time, our students have won places at every university in Britain.
Many of our successful students have gone on to the finest British universities, including nearly 40 students to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge in the last six years alone.

The Best Preparation

You are ambitious. You want to excel at university. Bellerbys offers you the best possible opportunity to achieve this ambition. Each year, former Bellerbys' students achieve top grades in their university studies at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We offer:

  • Intensive academic preparation
  • Expert English language training
  • Practical study skills for university success
  • Top quality teachers and teaching
  • Full counselling and advice on university application
  • A choice of locations in major university cities

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Pre-Masters

The best preparation for your Masters degree

This course is ideal if you:

  • are aged 21 or over
  • have a good first degree and two or three years work experience
  • wish to progress onto an MBA or other Masters course

Developing the skills you need

The Bellerbys Pre-Masters Programme will develop the core skills you need for success at Masters level in the UK. Classes are small and consist exclusively of mature students, enabling you to learn in the quickest and most effective way. Each week you will study:

  • 10 hours of English for Academic Purposes & IELTS Preparation
  • 6 hours of Meeting and Seminar Skills or Business Presentation Skills
  • 5 hours of Study Skills
  • 4 hours of Case Studies

Towards the end of your course you will sit the IELTS exam and GMAT, if appropriate.

Expert counselling to help you choose the right Masters course

You will receive expert counselling to help you choose the right university and postgraduate course for you, including organized visits to and from universities. You will also have time to become accustomed to UK culture and the UK environment. This means you can concentrate on your Masters without the added complication of cultural readjustment.

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