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INTO University of Stirling

Excellent Teaching, Employability, Internationalisation, Facilities and Inclusivness
Address: Stirling University, Stirling FK9 4LA, United Kingdom

Description INTO University of Stirling

  • Year of foundation INTO University of Stirling: 1967
  • Location INTO University of Stirling: city of Sterling, Scotland, Britain
  • Age: From 17 years old
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of Institution: State University
  • Number of students: about 14,000 people
  • Number of teachers: about 1500 people
  • Programs:
    • Preparing for admission to the Baccalaureate (International Foundation);
    • Preparing to enter the Master (Pre-Master's);
    • Diploma programs (Graduate Diploma);
    • Courses of English (English Courses: Academic English, Pre-Sessional English).
  • Accommodation: residence.

INTO University of Stirling is one of the best universities in Scotland and Britain. It was founded in 1967 and for decades of work proved itself in the best way. Students of 120 different nationalities study at the university, foreign students make up 20% of the total number of students. The University has a membership in such prestigious organizations as:

  • Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU);
  • European University Association (EUA);
  • Universities UK.

The university has the following faculties and schools:

  • Departments of Faculty of Arts and Humanities:
    • Communication, media and culture;
    • History and politics;
    • Law and philosophy;
    • Literature and languages.
  • Departments of Faculty of Natural Sciences:
    • Aquaculture;
    • Biological and ecological sciences;
    • Computational Science and Mathematics;
    • Psychology.
  • Faculty of Social Sciences;
  • School of Management of the University of Stirling;
  • Faculty of Health and Sports Sciences;
  • School of Master in Stirling University.

INTO University of Stirling has special educational programs for foreign students wishing to enter the Bachelor's or Master's departments, as well as English language courses. During the program, students receive the necessary academic knowledge and adapt to the British system of university education and lifestyle. Educational programs can last from 2 to 4 semesters, and English courses - from several weeks to 4 semesters. English courses are held by applicants, whose level is not sufficient to enter the educational programs, or applicants who need to adapt before starting the education. The peculiarity of the INTO University of Stirling is that after the completion of the educational programs graduates can enter the bachelor and master's departments both in the university itself and in other universities in Scotland.

The university has exceptionally high rankes in many world and British rankings. The teaching staff is formed from highly qualified specialists, recognized masters of their craft. Students receive not only deep knowledge of the chosen direction of education, but also all the necessary assistance in the process of adaptation and selection of the future profession. In addition, students are actively engaged in various sports, creative activities, attending various events and have the opportunity to make excursions in and around Sterling and throughout Britain.

The university is located in the small town of Stirling in central Scotland, with a population of only 35,000 people. The city and its environs are very beautiful and picturesque, the absence of harmful industries causes clean air and good ecology. The campus of the university occupies a large territory of 320 acres and is rightfully considered to be one of the best in the whole of Britain. Students can enjoy all the benefits of the campus - excellent residences, sports and leisure centers, parks and recreation areas.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in INTO University of Stirling

Program name
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from 15 995 £ / 2 semesters

About the educational program: Intu University of Stirling offers foreign students special educational programs for admission to the department of bachelor's degree. Applicants must have a high school diploma with good marks (12 full years of study) and the required level of English proficiency. Programs last 2, 3 or 4 semesters (6, 9 or 12 months). The length of the program depends on the level of language proficiency. If the applicant does not have the required level, he can improve it by enrolling in English language courses.

Each program consists of compulsory subjects and additional / special courses. The set of subjects is very extensive and enables each student to study those areas that interest him. For each successfully completed course, students receive "credits", by the end of education the total number of credits should reach 120. The number of hours per week is 21. Each program includes an English course for academic purposes.

A distinctive feature of the educational programs at INTU Stirling University is that after graduating from the programs graduates can enter the bachelor's degree not only in this university, but also in other universities in Scotland. The choice of available bachelor's programs is very extensive, and each graduate will find himself the sphere of interest in which he wanted to build a career in the future.

International Foundation in Business, Finance, Economics and Marketing.

  • Duration of the course:
    • 3 semesters (9 months);
    • 4 semesters (12 months).
  • Beginning: January, June, September;
  • Level of English for participation in the program:
    • 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0;
    • 4-semester program: IELTS 4.5.
  • Main modules:
    • English for Academic Purposes - 20 credits;
    • Mathematics & Statistics - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to British culture and society - 10 credits;
    • Information and communication technologies, research and training skills - 10 credits.
  • Special modules:
    • Calculations for business - 20 credits;
    • Economy - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to business - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to Psychology - 20 credits;
    • Law and legal systems - 20 credits;
    • Principles of accounting - 20 credits;
    • Media resources - 20 credits.
  • Bachelor's programs:
    • Accounting;
    • Accounting and Business Studies;
    • Accounting and Economics;
    • Accounting and Finance;
    • Accounting and Business Law;
    • Accounting and marketing;
    • Business Studies;
    • Business Research and Economics;
    • Business Studies and Finance;
    • Business research and human resources management;
    • Business Studies and Law;
    • Business research and marketing;
    • Economics;
    • Economics and Finance;
    • Economics and Marketing;
    • Finance;
    • Human Resource Management;
    • Human Resources Management and Law;
    • Management of Human Resources and Marketing;
    • Management;
    • Marketing;
    • Retail Marketing;
    • Law and Marketing;
    • Sport Business Management.

International Foundation in Media, Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • Duration of the course:
    • 3 semesters (9 months);
    • 4 semesters (12 months).
  • Beginning: January, June, September;
  • Level of English for participation in the program:
    • 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0;
    • 4-semester program: IELTS 4.5.
  • Main modules:
    • English language - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to mathematics and statistics - 20 credits;
    • British Culture and Society - 10 credits;
    • ICT, research and study skills - 10 credits.
  • Special modules:
    • Introduction to Business - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to international politics - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to journalism - 20 credits;
    • Psychology - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to Law - 20 credits;
    • Social studies - 20 credits;
    • Contemporary Media - 20 credits.
  • Bachelor's programs:
    • Business Law;
    • Business research in film and media;
    • Business Studies and Law;
    • Business research and marketing;
    • Business Studies and Psychology;
    • Criminology and Law;
    • Criminology and Social Policy;
    • Criminology and Sociology;
    • English Studies;
    • European Film and Media;
    • Cinema and Media;
    • Cinema and Media and Marketing;
    • Cinema and Media and Psychology;
    • Cinema and Media and Sociology;
    • Human Resource Management and Law;
    • Global Cinema;
    • History;
    • Human Resource Management and Psychology;
    • International Politics;
    • Journalism;
    • Law;
    • Law and Marketing;
    • Marketing and Psychology;
    • Philosophy;
    • Politics;
    • Religion;
    • History of Scotland;
    • Sociology and Social Policy.

International Foundation in Science, Computing and Engineering.

  • Duration of the course: 2 semesters (6 months);
  • Starting educational program: April;
  • Level of English for participation in the program: IELTS 5.5;
  • Main modules:
    • Academic English - 20 credits;
    • Mathematics and applied mathematics - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to British culture and social studies - 10 credits;
    • ICT and research skills - 10 credits.
  • Special modules:
    • Biology and Psychology of Man - 20 credits;
    • Chemistry - 20 credits;
    • General Psychology - 20 credits;
    • Physics - 20 credits;
    • Principles of calculations - 20 credits.
  • Bachelor's programs at the University of Stirling:
    • Animal Biology;
    • Aquaculture;
    • Biology;
    • Biology and Mathematics;
    • Biology and Psychology;
    • Business computing;
    • Computational Science;
    • Computational Science and Mathematics;
    • Biology of Environmental Protection and Management;
    • Ecology;
    • Geography of the environment;
    • Environmental Science;
    • Environmental Science and Mathematics;
    • Information systems;
    • Marine Biology;
    • Mathematics and its application;
    • Mathematics and Psychology;
    • Psychology;
    • Software Engineering.
  • Bachelor's programs at the University of Dundee:
    • Civil Engineering;
    • Electronic Engineering;
    • Electronic Engineering and Physics;
    • Mechanical Engineering;
    • Pharmacology.

International Foundation for Science, Sport, Computing and Engineering.

  • Duration:
    • 3 semesters (9 months);
    • 4 semesters (12 months).
  • Beginning of classes: January, June, September;
  • English language level for participation:
    • 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0;
    • 4-semester program: IELTS 4.5.
  • Main modules:
    • English for Academic Education - 20 credits;
    • Mathematics & Statistics - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to British culture and society - 10 credits;
    • Research skills in education - 10 credits.
  • Modules to choose from (according to the desired specialization):
    • Biological Science and Human Psychology - 40 credits;
    • Chemistry - 20 credits;
    • Business Research - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to Computing - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to general psychology - 20 credits;
    • Introduction to Sport - 20 credits;
    • Physics - 20 credits;
    • Mathematical Sciences and Applied Mathematics - 40 credits.
  • Bachelor's programs:
    • The same programs that are available after the direction "Education in Science, Computing and Engineering".


11.01.2021 -26.03.2021 29.03.2021 -04.06.2021 14.06.2021 -20.08.2021
from 15 995 £ / year

About the educational course: The program of preparation for entering the Master's program is designed for international applicants with a bachelor's degree or 3-5 years of education under the Diploma program. The program lasts two semesters (6 months) and starts in January or April. For each successfully acquired subject, the student receives a certain number of credits, in total for the period of study each student must earn 120 credits. There are 21 hours of classes a week.

During the education the following types of work are applied:

  • Written works;
  • Writing extended essays;
  • Listening tests;
  • Presentations;
  • Research projects.

Details of the educational program:

  • Level of English to participate in the program: IELTS 6.0;
  • Level of education for participation in the program: bachelor's degree or Diploma certificate (from 3 to 5 years of study);
  • Modules:
    • English in Master's Studies;
    • Research and ICT skills for master's purposes;
    • Advanced research skills;
    • Mathematics in Science and Engineering;
    • Empirical research and critical thinking.
  • Master programs:
    • For admission are available programs of all directions listed in the section "Graduate Diploma Preparation Programs".


11.01.2021 -26.03.2021 29.03.2021 -04.06.2021 14.06.2021 -20.08.2021 21.09.2021 -03.12.2021
from 4 430 £ / term

Quick overview: English language courses are designed for international students who need to improve their level of knowledge.

Types of educational courses:

  • Academic English (1-4 semesters);
  • Pre-sessional English (3, 6 or 12 weeks).

Academic programs are available at the beginning of semesters, and "in-session" programs are available in the summer months. The learning process is built around the main sections of the language:

  • Grammar;
  • Speaking;
  • Listening;
  • Letter;
  • Academic skills of English.

Details of educational programs:

  • Academic English:
    • Age: From 16 years old;
    • Beginning of classes: September, January, April, June;
    • Duration: 1 to 4 semesters;
    • Level of English: IELTS 3.0;
    • Courses:
      • Development of language skills (5 hours a week);
      • Integrated language skills (15 hours per week);
      • Communication Skills (5 hours a week);
      • English for Academic Purposes (15 hours a week);
      • Preparation for the international test in English (IELTS) (5 hours a week).
  • Pre-session English:
    • Age: From 16 years old;
    • Beginning of classes: June, July, August;
    • Duration: 3, 6 or 12 weeks;
    • Level of English: IELTS 5.0 - 6.0;
    • 24 hours a week.;
    • Aims and objectives of the program:
      • The study of research English and adaptation to the device and rules of conduct in British universities;
      • Study requirements, the task and expectations of higher education, culture and public life in Britain;
      • Skills of correct and competent presentation in various fields and subjects of academic knowledge;
      • Adaptation to life and study in Britain before starting their studies in the chosen specialty.

Quick overview:

  • Age of students: 17+ years;
  • Duration: 3-4 terms;
  • The minimum level of knowledge: IELTS from 5.0.

The course at INTO University of Stirling is offered in 2 versions:

  • Preparation for the university and enrollment for the 2nd year:
    • Academic English Course (20 credits);
    • ICT, research and academic skills (10 credits);
    • Introduction to British culture and sociology (10 credits);
    • Fundamentals of Mathematics and Statistics (20 credits);
    • Students who plan further education in mathematical and exact specialties can also take the course "Mathematics and Applied Mathematics" (40 credits).
  • University study and enrollment for the third year:
    • Academic skills and ICT (10 credits);
    • British Cultural Institutions (10 credits);
    • English - university level (20 credits);
    • Mathematics and statistics for management (20 credits).

To receive a bachelor's degree, a 4-year educational course is required. The duration of both programs is 3-4 trimester, you can start education in June, September and February. The minimum level of English for enrollment is IELTS from 5.0 and higher.

Faculty accessible to students after the completion of the course:

  • Arts and Humanities;
  • Sport and health sciences;
  • Natural Sciences;
  • Sociology and related sciences;
  • Stirling Management School.

Suggested directions of bachelor's degree:

  • Accounting;
  • Business and Accounting;
  • Accounting, business and legislation;
  • Accounting and Economics;
  • Finance and accounting;
  • Accounting and marketing;
  • Zoology;
  • Applied Mathematics;
  • Aquaculture;
  • Biology;
  • Biology and psychology;
  • Business legislation;
  • Business and economics;
  • Business courses and film industry;
  • Business & Finance;
  • Business and Human Resource Management;
  • Business and marketing;
  • Business and Psychology;
  • Cytology (cell biology);
  • Computer science;
  • Computer Science + Mathematics;
  • Forensic science and law;
  • Biology + Management;
  • Forensic science + sociology;
  • Ecology;
  • Economics;
  • Economics and finance;
  • Economics and marketing;
  • Environmental Sciences and geography;
  • Cinematography and media;
  • Cinematography and psychology;
  • Finance and investment;
  • Human Resource Management (+ marketing / psychology / legislation);
  • Journalism;
  • Law;
  • Management;
  • Marine Biology;
  • Marketing;
  • Marketing and Psychology;
  • Policy;
  • Psychology;
  • Psychology + Sociology;
  • Marketing and Sales;
  • Sociology and Social Policy;
  • Software Engineering;
  • Management in the sports business;
  • Sport and physical development.

Accommodation, housing and food

International students are accommodated in one of two comfortable residences: Beech Court and John Forty's Court. Beech Court is located in a new building in the center of the university campus, a 5-minute walk from the auditorium. John Forty's Court is not far from the university outside the campus, it takes 5-10 minutes by bus to the campus. Each residence has in its arsenal standard accommodation conditions, as well as various options are available. If the student is under 18 years old, the staff of the hostels and the university staff provide him with special support.

Characteristics of accommodation:

  • Separate bedroom with working area;
  • Large beds;
  • Fully furnished rooms;
  • Private bathroom;
  • Shared kitchen (there is a stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, kettle and other appliances);
  • A separate wardrobe for each student in the kitchen;
  • High speed internet;
  • Televisions;
  • Recreation areas;
  • Standard rooms and superior rooms;
  • Reception desks (solving all household issues);
  • 24-hour telephone support line.

During the education, the university does not provide its students with a strict nutrition plan. At the disposal of students there are several food points:

  • Restaurants «Haldane's» and «Pathfoot Eatery» (traditional dishes of Scottish and international cuisine);
  • Refresh Bar and Bistro (salads, hamburgers, pizza, place of communication);
  • Market Street (homemade breakfasts and hamburgers);
  • Sidewalk Deli (sandwiches, soups, hot dishes);
  • "Studio" bar (pizza, hot dishes);
  • Two Clive Ramsay's stores (light snacks, American and Italian cuisine, soups, sushi and other);
  • Four cafeteria (fresh coffee, light snacks and soups).

In addition to university food outlets, students have the opportunity to visit cafes, bars, restaurants and shops in Sterling. If you have any questions about accommodation / meals, please contact SMAPSE specialists.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Accountancy (BAcc), Accountancy and Finance (BAcc), Accounting, Advancing Practice (MSc), animal biology, Animal Biology (BSc), Applied Biological Sciences (BSc), Applied Computing (BS), Applied Mathematics, Applied Mathematics (BS), Applied Professional Studies (MSc), Applied Social Research (MSc), Applied Social Research Doctorate, aquaculture, Aquaculture (BSc), Aquatic Pathobiology (MSc), Aquatic Veterinary Studies (MSc), BA Pre-Service - Teaching Qualification in Further Education (TQFE), Banking and Finance (MSc), Behavioural Decision Making for Finance (MSc), Behavioural Science for Management (MSc), Big Data (MSc), biology, Biology (BSc), British culture and traditions, business, Business and Management (MBM) (MSc), Business Computing (BSc), Business research, business research in film and media, Business Studies (BA), Cell Biology (BSc), chemistry, civil engineering, Clinical doctorates, computer science, Computing Sciense (BS), Conservation Biology and Management (BSc), Creative Writing (MLitt), Criminological Research (MRes), criminology, Criminology (MSc), Criminology and Social Policy (BA), Criminology and Sociology (BA), Data Science for Business (MSc), Dementia Studies (MSc), Digital Media (BA), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctor of Diplomacy (DDipl), Doctorate in Education (EdD), Early Years Practice Health Visiting (MSc), ecology, economics, Economics (BA), Economics for Business and Policy (MSc), Education (BA), Electrical engineering, energy management, engineering, English, English Studies (BA), Environment, Heritage and Policy (MSc), Environmental Management (MSc), Environmental Policy and Governance (LLM), Environmental protection, European Film and Media, Film and Media (BA), finance, Finance (BA), Gender Studies (Applied) (MSc), geography, Geography - Environmental Geography (BSc), Global Issues in Gerontology and Aging (Online) (MSc), Health Psychology (MSc), Heritage and Tourism (BA), history, History of Scotland, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management (MSc), humanitarian sciences, Humanities (MRes), In-service (BA), Information Technology, International Accounting and Finance (MSc), international Business, International Conflict and Cooperation (MSc), International finance, international Management, international politics, Investment Analysis (MSc), Investment theory, journalism, Journalism Studies (BA), law, Law (BA), LLB Law: Accelerated Graduate, management, Management (BSс), Management of energy resources, marine biology, Marine Biology (BSc), marketing, Marketing (MSc), MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Mathematiсs (BSc), maths, Media Management (MSc), Media Research (MRes), media resources, media science, Modern Languages (BA), Modern media, Natural Sciences, Nursing (BSc), Performance Coaching (Online) (MSc), pharmacology, philosophy, Philosophy (MLitt), physics, Politics (BA), Politics, Philosophy and Economics (BA), Professional Accountancy (BA), Professional Education and Leadership (MSc), Psychological Research Methods (MSc), Psychological Therapy in Primary Care (MSc), psychology, Psychology (BA), Psychology of Sport (MSc), Public Health (MPH), Public Policy (MPP), Publishing Studies (MLitt), Religion (BA), Religious Sciences, Retail, Retail Marketing (BA), Scottish History (MA), Scottish Literature (MLitt), Social Enterprise (MSc), social politics, social sciencies, Social Studies, Social Work (BA), Social Work Studies (MSc), sociology, Sociology and Social Policy (BA), software, Software Engineering (BSc), Spanish and Latin American Studies (BA), Speakers of Foreign Languages (TESOL) (MSc), Sport and Exercise Science (BSc), Sport Business Management (BA), Sport management, Sport Management (MSc), Sport Nutrition (MSc), sports psychology, sports science, Sports Studies (BA), Sports Studies and Marketing (Singapore) (BA), statistics, Strategic Communication and Public Relations (Joint Degree PFU Barcelona) (MSc), Strategic Public Relations (Online) (MSc), Strategic Public Relations and Communication Management (MSc), Strategic Sustainable Business (MSc), Sustainable Aquaculture (MSc), Sustainable Events Management (Singapore), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Teaching Qualification in Further Education (TQFE), Television Content Development and Production (MSc), TESOL Research (PhD), The Gothic Imagination (MLitt), theory of teaching the second language, Translation and Conference Interpreting, Translation Studies with TESOL (MSc)

Events INTO University of Stirling

During the education, students can engage in various sports, based on their interests. Professional coaches and mentors work with students, students take part in various sports competitions. For students are available more than 50 sports, combined in different clubs and sections.

List of available sports:

  • Football;
  • Basketball;
  • Volleyball;
  • Archery;
  • Karate;
  • Aikido;
  • Fight;
  • Underwater hockey;
  • Gymnastics;
  • Athletics;
  • Yoga;
  • Fitness;
  • Tennis;
  • Golf.

Students are engaged in various kinds of creativity, developing their talents. Students are engaged with first-class teachers, attend various master classes, stage plays, make films. Available art electives:

  • Acting skills;
  • Theater;
  • Cinema;
  • Painting, drawing;
  • Engraving;
  • Sculpture;
  • Photography and Photography;
  • Musical instruments;
  • Musical collectives.

Students have the opportunity to engage in active extra-curricular activities. various events are held on campus, students also visit Stirling and neighboring cities. On the campus there is a special tourist center, whose specialists organize various tourist and entertainment trips:

  • Special activities for adapting foreign students to life in Scotland:
    • "International Night" (a holiday of various cultures and peoples);
    • Dancing, movie nights;
    • Game "treasure hunting";
    • Sports days and games in the second;
    • Visiting football matches;
    • Excursions to the Scottish Parliament and Edinburgh Castle.
  • Attractions and activities of Sterling:
    • Walking and biking around Sterling;
    • Medieval architecture and Renaissance architecture;
    • Castle and fortress of Stirling;
    • Wallace Monument;
    • The Smith Art Gallery and Museum;
    • Festival of Games "Highland Games";
    • Cycling Festival;
    • Scottish Festival of Paranormal Events;
    • Festival of Museums.
  • Other activities:
    • Excursions to Glasgow and Edinburgh;
    • Trips to the mountains;
    • Tourist trips;
    • Shopping tours.


  • TOP-16 universities in Britain, equipped with the highest level of sports facilities;
  • The University has the best Student Union in Scotland;
  • The percentage of students' satisfaction with the quality of education and life at the university is 86% (National Student Survey 2017);
  • 1 place in Scotland and 3 in Britain in terms of employment of graduates, (almost 97% of graduates get a job or continue their studies within six months after graduation (HESA 2016));
  • 2nd place In Britain and 47th in the world in QS TOP-50 Under 50;
  • 46th place in the world in the ranking "Young University";
  • The University campus of Stirling University was named one of the six best British "good campuses" (TARGETcareers 2016);
  • The University of Stirling was named one of the 350 best universities in the world (World University Rankings 2018);
  • Carefully designed educational programs for international students;
  • Highly qualified teaching staff;
  • Skilled personnel;
  • Possibility to continue studying at other universities and colleges in Scotland;
  • The possibility of employment in a company in Scotland.

Equipment INTO University of Stirling

INTU Stirling University is rightfully considered one of the best in Scotland and throughout Britain in terms of quality equipment. The university is located on a campus with a total area of ​​320 acres on the shore of the lake. In fact, the campus is a whole city with developed infrastructure, various buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants. The route from the campus to Stirling takes no more than 10 minutes by public transport, and from Sterling to Glasgow - 40-50 minutes.

Infrastructure of the campus is well developed:

  • Educational buildings;
  • Administrative buildings;
  • Student dormitories;
  • Center for the Arts with its own cinema and theater hall;
  • Library;
  • Computer centers;
  • Student center;
  • Indoor pool;
  • Golf course;
  • Football and basketball courts;
  • Fitness Centre;
  • GYM's;
  • High speed internet;
  • Tourist agency;
  • Bank, post office;
  • Supermarket and pharmacy;
  • Cafes and restaurants.

All campus premises are always in proper condition. The classrooms are bright and spacious and equipped with the latest technology. Sports facilities always have the necessary inventory.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Starting periods of the educational programs:

  • International Foundation: January, June, September, April;
  • Graduate Diploma: January, September;
  • For pre-Masters preparation programs: January, April;
  • Academic English: September, January, April, June;
  • Pre-sessional English: June, July, August.

The academic year is divided into semesters:

  • Autumn: from September 25 to December 15;
  • Winter: from January 8 to March 23;
  • Spring: from April 3 to June 8;
  • Summer: from June 18 to August 24.

List of services to pay additionally to tuition fee:

  • Registration fee;
  • Educational deposit (refundable);
  • Visa fees and services;
  • Educational aids;
  • Insurance;
  • Consular fee;
  • Transfer from / to the airport;
  • Air tickets;
  • Personal pocket expenses.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

For nternational Foundation:

  • Age: from 17 years;
  • Graduated high school with a good certificate;
  • Knowledge of English:
    • For participation in the 2-semester program: IELTS 5.5;
    • For participation in the 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0;
    • For participation in the 4-semester program: IELTS 4.5.
  • An interview with a university employee;
  • Test to identify the level of knowledge.

For Diploma programs:

  • Age: from 17 years;
  • Completed Bachelor's Degree or Diploma Certificate;
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.5;
  • An interview with a university employee;
  • Test to identify the level of knowledge.

For Pre-Masters programs:

  • Age: from 17 years;
  • Completed Bachelor's degree or "Diploma" with high marks;
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 6.0;
  • An interview with a university employee;
  • Test to identify the level of knowledge.

For English Programs:

  • For Academic English:
    • Age: 17 years;
    • Language level: minimum IELTS 3.0.
  • For participation in Pre-sessional English programs:
    • Age: from 16 years;
    • Language level: IELTS 5.0-6.0.

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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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