Getting into University of Kent with NCUK International Foundation Year (IFY) at MPW Birmingham
Why University of Kent?
The University of Kent has a long history of welcoming students from around the world. As one of the most cosmopolitan universities in the UK, Kent attracts students from over 140 different countries, creating a rich and exciting international community.
Kent is ranked 16th in the UK in The Guardian University Guide 2016. In the 2015 National Student Survey, Kent was in the top ten with 94% overall student satisfaction rating.
In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, Kent is ranked 17th in the UK for research intensity out of 122 multi-faculty universities. 76% of research rated either “outstanding” or “very considerable” for its impact.
A Kent degree is highly attractive to employers. Choose Kent and you’ll put yourself ahead of the competition when it comes to begin your career.
How the NCUK IFY can get you there?
If you pass your NCUK IFY, NCUK will guarantee you a place on a suitable programme at one of their partner universities. The entry criteria varies for each of their universities, so where you are placed will depend on how well you do in your exams. The better you perform, the greater chance you have of getting a place at your first choice.
Why MPW Birmingham?
MPW Birmingham is one of the leading independent 6th form colleges in the West Midlands. The college has a long history of success and students regularly gain places at not only the UK’s top universities but also on specialist degree programmes such as dentistry. MPW Birmingham is a special place to study because it helps inspire and motivate its students to achieve outstanding things. Our goal is to develop the confidence, maturity, knowledge and skills in all of our students, seeing them as individuals with their own unique talents. We endeavour to create a learning culture in which our students feel valued and enjoy working hard. We have high expectations and provide an academically disciplined College in which to learn.