International Foundation Programme

 

Get guaranteed entry to a leading UK university with the International Foundation Programme.

The International Foundation Programme (IFP) is designed specifically to prepare international students for undergraduate study at a UK university.

The course will help you improve your English language skills to the required level but will also give you the academic skills you need to succeed in your higher education.

On successful completion of the course you will receive guaranteed entry to one of our UK University Partners.

STAR Exeter is a satellite centre for WE Bridge Academy for the IFP Programme.

 

 

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Contact us to start your journey today:

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International Foundation Programme in Business

Choose this Foundation Programme to progress onto a range of business-related courses and begin an international career.

Find out more: https://www.starexeter.com/ifp-in-business

 

International Foundation Programme in Computing

Perfect for students who want to progress to a degree such as Computer Science after their Foundation Programme

Find out more: https://www.starexeter.com/ifp-in-computing

 

International Foundation Programme in Engineering

The right choice for any students looking to study Engineering courses at university.

Find out more: https://www.starexeter.com/ifp-in-engineering

 

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What is an International Foundation Programme?

The International Foundation Programme gives access to Year One of a UK university degree. The programme is taught and is assessed via examinations and coursework. As well as equipping you with the English skills and academic qualifications for studying in the UK, the IFP will also increase your cultural awareness.

 

Who can study on the International Foundation Programme?

The Intensive International Foundation Programme (IFP) has been specifically designed for international students who want to study for an undergraduate degree in the UK, but do not have British A-level qualifications (Year 13).

 

You will have completed your secondary school education in your own country and are looking for a programme that will provide you with the English language skills and knowledge to begin undergraduate study at a UK university. The programmes involves a significant amount of English language teaching.

 

What degree can I study after my International Foundation Year?

There are a range of degree courses you can progress to from the IFP in a wide range of subjects, such as Business, Accounting, Computing and Programming, Engineering

 

Which university can I go to?

Students on the Foundation programme are guaranteed a place at a UK University Partner upon successful completion of the course.

 

When you complete your IFP you can apply to a UK University Partner. Each university has their own entry criteria for each course and you will receive support throughout the application process.

 

Read more: https://www.starexeter.com/university-partners

 

 


 

IFP Course Summary

 

Course Length

 

  • Start September (Pre-Sessional Course + Foundation Programme): 9 months full time 25 hours per week
  • Start January ( Foundation Programme): 6 months full time 25 hours per week

 

Entry requirements:

 

Start September 2020 (Pre-Sessional Course)

  • A minimum overall grade of IELTS 4.5 or equivalent or take STAR's test.
  • PLUS evidence of a successfully completed secondary school education in an appropriate range of subjects.

 

Start January 2021 (Foundation Programme)

  • A minimum overall grade of IELTS 5.5 or equivalent or take STAR's test.
  • PLUS evidence of a successfully completed secondary school education in an appropriate range of subjects.

 

If you do not currently have IELTS 4.5 you can start an English language programme with STAR at any time, prior to commencing your IFP.

We enrol new students every week.

 

Any questions? Contact us:

https://www.starexeter.com/contact

 

School Closure Dates 2020/21

 

  • 1st - 5th January 2020 inclusive
  • Friday 10th April
  • Monday 13th April
  • Friday 8th May
  • Monday 25th May
  • Monday 31st August
  • 19th December 2020 - 3rd January 2021 inclusive