A university foundation programme is an intensive one-year course that offers both international and UK students an alternative route to British University degree courses. In this section, you will find everything you need to know about foundation programmes from how to choose the right foundation programmes and schools to important information such as course content and likely route of progression.
Why study the University of London International Foundation Programme at MPW?
MPW is an accredited centre for teaching the University of London International Foundation Programme (IFP). This one-year course is one of the most prestigious courses available and graduates can expect to progress to a Russell Group university. This article will explain more about the IFP as well as MPW’s study approach.
Why study the NCUK International Foundation Year at MPW?
The NCUK international foundation year is a good option for students who want to spend a year at a British school before progressing to university. In this article we explain more about the NCUK course and MPW's approach.
How to choose the right university foundation programme
A university foundation programme (UFP) is a year-long course designed to prepare students for progression to an undergraduate level degree course. This article aims to guide students and their parents through the key points of consideration when choosing a UFP course.