University of London International Foundation ProgrammeA prestigious one-year programme
Course Information Sheet
Graduates from The Bournemouth and Poole College have been successful in gaining entry to many leading UK universities including:
- Imperial College London
- London School of Economics
- London South Bank
- Oxford Brookes
- Royal Holloway
- Sheffield Hallam
- SOAS London
- West of England
The University of London International Foundation Programme is a challenging and inspiring programme that has been designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge to prepare them for rigorous undergraduate study.
Venue: Lansdowne campus, Bournemouth
Duration: One year, full time
Start date: September
Course Level: Level 3, Advanced
Awarding body: University of London
The Bournemouth and Poole College is approved to teach the University of London International Foundation Programme.
The programme has been designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully embark on a wide range of demanding undergraduate degree programmes in business, economics, social sciences and related subjects offered through the University of London programmes.
You must be at at least 17 years of age and provide proof of your English Language level, e.g. a minimum UKVI IELTS 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in reading and writing.
Please see the our Course Information Sheet (pdf) for a list of academic entry requirements by country, which should be used as a guide only. Suitability for the programme will be assessed on an individual case basis.
Compulsory course: Mathematics and Statistics
Elective courses: Economics, International Relations and Social Psychology
For enquiries from China
Please contact University First Asia Office at email@example.com
Telephone +86 10 8515 1899 ext. 607
For enquiries from any other country
Please apply to The College by completing the application form in the normal way.
July 2015. One of our students from China, Wenshen YE (Vincent, above) received a conditional offer for London School of Economics to study Management, making him one of only three University of London International Foundation Programme students to achieve this… read more