At Golden Heights College, an International University Foundation Programme (IUFP), is a one year intensive course that leads to entry to a wide range of universities in the United Kingdom. IUFP is designed as an alternative to the conventional Cambridge Advanced Level route.
The IUFP courses are usually divided into three terms, each with its own number of modules. Students study five modules in total, spread over the duration of the course to provide an even workload. Two of these are Core Minor Modules (Communication Skills & Information and Communication Technology), while the remaining three are Major Modules, relevant to the student’s university degree programme. The Major Academic Modules varies from one course to another, but students can study modules in any of the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Computer Science, Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Law, Literature-in-English, etc.
The evaluation system for International University Foundation Programme at Golden Heights College is similar to any other study programme and includes assignments, presentations, projects, continuous assessments, and examinations.
Successful completion of IUFP at Golden Heights College, student has the opportunity to be admitted into Year 1 in any of our partner universities in the UK.
Some of these universities are:
- Leeds Beckett University, Leeds
- The University of Buckingham
- Anglia Ruskin University
- Birmingham City University
- Coventry University
- University of the West of England, Bristol
- University of East Anglia, and many more.