Anyone wanting to upgrade their English language level ahead of a postgraduate degree programme
Those wanting to ensure they have the academic skills necessary for successful postgraduate study in English
Anyone wanting to improve their career pathway or prospects through skills development and postgraduate study
Employers/sponsors looking to upskill their workforce through postgraduate study and want a one-stop solution with academic and language preparation and the application processes
Advantages of the Master’s Preparation programme:
Guaranteed progression to thousands of Masters Degrees at leading universities. Takes the worry away about whether you will get a place
A unique one-stop application service. Reduces the stress of applying to each university separately and trying to find the right point of contact
The research skills and the English language knowledge and ability you will need to succeed on a PG qualification. Ensures you not only get in but you’re ready to get on with your studies – some of our students say they were better prepared than UK students
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Small class sizes with an average of ten students per class
Expert teaching from subject specialists, most of whom are also examiners
High degree of individual academic and pastoral support
Regular exam-based testing and feedback
Flexible subject combinations
Expert, up-to-date university admissions (UCAS) advice
For further information regarding Foundation Year, to request a prospectus or to arrange an appointment, please contact us by phone or e-mail.
Course Length: 10 weeks and 20 weeks options available
English level: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent
Minimum Academic entry requirements:
Students should normally have completed a qualification equivalent to a UK Bachelors’ degree at a recognized university, in a subject relevant to their intended progression route. Students must complete a full Bachelors’s degree (note that the normal length of study for a Bachelors’s degree differs between countries). 3-year Diploma holders from some countries e.g. China may be accepted to PMP Route A (note that such students may have limited progression).
Progression from the PMP to higher-ranked owner universities is largely dependent on the subject and awarding university of the student’s Bachelor’s degree.
Students in the final year of a recognized Bachelors’s degree course may undertake PMP Route A, B, or C in parallel with their university studies.