The transition phase from high school to university is definitely a significant one, There are various courses available to study at an undergraduate level, depending on your academic background:
Bachelors Degree – The most popular undergraduate degree, completed in 3-4 years in. There is a vast array of subject areas to select from, we’ve provided you with a guideline here (link) to give you an idea of what courses universities have to offer.
International Foundation Year (IFY) – For students that have not taken a Full IB Diploma, A-levels or a recognized international secondary school qualification, students must apply for the IFY prior to beginning your bachelor’s degree. This is a preparatory year of which will help develop English language skills, study skills and your core modules related to the chosen degree program.
Diploma – Higher National Diploma (HNC): Students are able to gain entry to second or third year of a bachelor’s degree to “top-up” and receive an honors degree
Whether you are interested in obtaining career-based knowledge, have a passion for your subject area, would like to explore different avenues of your academic background, would like to delve deeper in your area of expertise or excel professionally and academically – postgraduate degrees come in different forms to provide you with a vehicle to achieve your goals.
Postgraduate qualifications come in different forms, the following are the most popular: Pre-masters, postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma, taught masters, masters by research, MBA, and PhD.
There is a vast array of subject areas to select from, we’ve provided you with a guideline here to give you an idea of what courses universities have to offer.