International Foundation ProgrammeAston University
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- Birmingham (Grossbritannien)
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
You must have attained excellent grades in your secondary school leaving certificate (Attestat or Year 12) or equivalent. Please use the link below to view entry requirements by country
Applicants who will be under 18 years of age at the start of the IFP in September will be considered on individual basis upon receiving parental consent and evidence of a UK based guardian.English Language Requirements
To take the International Foundation Programme, you will need a valid IELTS result. The minimum entry requirements for the English language is IELTS from an approved UKVI test centre. We require 5.5 overall (with a minimum of 5.0 in each test). Please note that the UKVI requirement only concerns IELTS tests taken on or after 23 April 2015.
If you only hold the minimum listed above, you will be required to undertake English language modules as part of the programme.
If you meet the minimum 1st year English language entry requirements for a chosen degree programme, your English Language modules will be substituted by the Academic Study Skills.
Tuition fee (2016/17 session): £13,000
Programme Duration: This programme runs for one academic year (September to June)
Our admissions department will assess your suitability for the IFP and the undergraduate degree programme you have provisionally selected. They will get back to you initially via email with an admissions decision and guidelines for the next steps in the process.
The International Foundation Programme is a one year course designed for International students who do not have the required GCE A levels or equivalent qualifications for entry to Aston University undergraduate degree programmes. The programme is equivalent to the UK’s Year 13.Progression onto an undergraduate degree
You are guaranteed a place on an undergraduate degree if you successfully complete the International Foundation Programme and meet the specific academic and English language grades for the relevant programme.
There are three subject streams available which act as an excellent introduction to studying your chosen subject at Undergraduate level.
The programme also provides students whose first language is not English the opportunity to improve their academic English communication skills. Additional English language modules are included for students who require this to meet the entry requirements of their degree programme.
Follow the links below to view core International Foundation Programme modules and find out what undergraduate progression paths are available.