The University First International Foundation Programme is a three-term intensive course that prepares students for studying at a wide range of universities in the UK. The total length of study is one academic year.
What is an International Foundation Programme?
International Foundation Programmes are designed for international students whose school leaving qualifications from their home country will not allow them to progress directly to a British university degree programme. If you have only completed 12 years of school education it is likely that you will need to complete an International Foundation Programme before you can apply to university.
Why choose University First?
University First International Foundation Programme is a high quality international foundation programme that offers international students a fantastic experience to study in a UK college environment. University First students will enjoy the following during their study:
- A minimum of 24 study hours per week
- Personal tutorial throughout the programme
- Experienced lecturers and course tutors
- Modern teaching facilities
- Learning Resources Centres (libraries)
- intensive English studies and IELTS test preparation
- Access to wide range of college facilities and enrichment activities
Why study at Cambridge?
We are one of the most modern, successful and technologically advanced Colleges of Further Education in the United Kingdom, with over 3,500 full time and 12,000 part time students.
Situated in the historic and internationally renowned city of Cambridge, the College boasts some of the finest new accommodation and resources in the country and achieves student examination passes in academic and vocational courses which are consistently above national averages. The College offers excellent facilities including the Learning Resource Centre (LRC), Sports Centre, Bistro and the Hair & Beauty facilities.
Cambridge Regional College offers a unique range of opportunities for international students from all over the world providing not just English, but English combined with vocational, academic university preparation and higher education courses. The specific academic requirements for each course can be found by using the links on the right hand side of this page. If you are not sure how your qualifications match their British equivalents, please contact us using the form below and we will be happy to help.