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Keele University

Address: Keel, Newcastle ST5 5BG, United Kingdom

Description Keele University

  • Year of foundation of Keele University: 1949 (the foundation of the University College of North Staffordshire), 1962 (awarded the status of university)
  • Location Keele University: Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, United Kingdom
  • Age: From 16 years old
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of Institution: State University
  • Number of students at Keele University: about 10,000 people
  • Teachers and staff: about 1700 people
  • Programs: Preparation for admission to the International Foundation Year, International Year One, Preparation for the Pre-Masters, English Courses,
  • Accommodation: residence.

Keele University (Kiel University) is a prestigious and internationally renowned educational institution. The beginning of the history of the university was laid in 1949 with the founding of the college of North Staffordshire, and the status of the university was obtained in 1962. The University is located near the small picturesque town of Newcastle-Under-Lyme in an ecologically clean area, from where it is easy to reach the big cities (Manchester, Liverpool, London).

Today the university offers a large number of diverse programs and areas of study at the bachelor's, master's and preparatory courses. Students can receive education through unique programs of dual specialization, which significantly enhances their competence and helps them find employment. In many areas of education, the University is a recognized leader in Britain and the world (law, politics and international relations, natural sciences, medical sciences).

At the moment there are 3 faculties with different schools and subdivisions:

1. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences:

  • School of Humanities
  • Directions: American Literature and History, Creative Writing, English Literature, Cinema, History, Media, Music and Music Technology
  • Kiel School of Management
  • Directions: Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing, Human Resources, International Business and Law
  • Law school
  • Directions: legal sciences
  • School of Social Sciences and Public Policy
  • Directions: Criminology, Education, Sociology, Social Work
  • School of Politics, Philosophy, International Relations and the Environment
  • Directions: political science, environmental sciences
  • Language Centre

2. Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

  • School of Health and Rehabilitation
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Scientific Research Institute of Applied Clinical Sciences (iACS)
  • The Research Institute for Primary Health Care (iPCHS)
  • Scientific Research Institute of Science and Technology in Medicine (ISTM)
  • Video Library

3. Faculty of Natural Sciences

  • School of Computation and Mathematics
  • School of Life Sciences
  • School of Geography, Geology and the Environment
  • School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • Institute of Arts and Sciences.

Especially for foreign students there are various educational and adaptation programs:

The International Foundation Year prepares foreign students for admission to universities and colleges in Britain. Students themselves form a list of studied disciplines from a fairly extensive list, based on preferences in the future specialization. Students receive the necessary knowledge and all the necessary assistance from teachers and staff in matters of adaptation to life and the education system. Graduates of the program have the opportunity to enroll in both the Kiel University and other colleges and universities of the country.

International Year One implies the first year undergraduate program (in the chosen specialty). Directions: Business and management, Calculations, International relations and politics, Media; all areas include English lessons. After the completion of education and the fulfillment of the necessary requirements, graduates enter the second year of the Bachelor's program of Kiel University in accessible specialties. Preparation for entering the Master (Pre-Masters) operates in two areas: Business and Management, Calculations. Students receive in-depth knowledge, academic research skills and enter the magistracy department.

The university cooperates with many companies and organizations, has partner relations with other educational institutions, research centers and laboratories. Students and teachers participate in various scientific conferences, where they present the results of their research. There are special centers for the support of foreign students, centers for career growth and development. Much attention during the education is given to creative and sports education. Students conduct an active lifestyle, participate in the life of the university, attend various events and make excursion trips. Student life allows you to acquire new friends and establish business and cultural ties with people from different countries who will be useful in professional activities.

Undoubted advantage of the university is its campus, awarded various awards and titles, and being one of the best in Britain. The campus is located in an ecologically clean area and has everything necessary for a comfortable life and study. The equipments and equipment of laboratories, auditoriums, sports and other facilities can envy any university in the world.

Today, more than 1,500 foreign students receive prestigious and high-quality education at the University of Kiel. You can also join them and become a part of a friendly and cohesive team and get a wonderful ticket to the future!

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Keele University

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
17+
from 14 320 £ / 2 semesters

Bachelor's program

  • Age of participants: 17 years
  • Duration of the programs: 3-4 years
  • Beginning of classes: September
  • Level of English: no less than IELTS 6.0
  • Level of education: Diploma of completion of school (with good and excellent marks) + year of additional education
  • Language of instruction: English.

The university offers a large number of directions and educational programs for students from all over the world. All applicants must meet the requirements of the university - foreign students, as a rule, it is necessary to pass the first preparation for undergraduate studies (International Foundation Year or International Year One). University curricula meet the highest world standards of quality and enable their students to become real professionals with a wide range of skills and competences that they can apply not only in Britain, but all over the world.

Today there are 2 main types of degree in the university:

  • Single Honors. The degree makes it possible to specialize in one main subject area and study it throughout the course. Each course has a number of modules that can include additional modules, but all of them will be focused around a separate (chosen) subject area
  • Combined Honors. Combined courses provide the opportunity to study two different subjects, providing a wider range of knowledge at the end of the course. In some cases, the 2 main subjects of the combined course are studied separately from each other (for example, physics and music creation), in others - include greater integration (for example, law and business).


This system allows students to vary their choice / areas of interest and engage in those areas of research that interest them. Combined courses provide a unique opportunity to obtain a university degree at once in 2 subject areas. Students study a large complex of disciplines, classes are conducted exclusively by highly qualified teachers. Types of classes include:

  • Lectures, interactive lectures
  • Seminars and seminars with enhanced participation
  • Laboratory experiments and laboratory work
  • Field studies
  • Independent work and work in groups.


In all educational courses, teachers monitor the progress and success of students who perform various screening tests, take exams and research projects. Upon successful completion of the education, students are awarded a bachelor's degree in the relevant field.

Directions of education and bachelor's programs:

1. Biosciences:

  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Human Biology
  • Neurology.

2. Business and Management:

  • Accounting
  • Business management
  • Economy
  • Finance
  • Personnel Management
  • international Business
  • Management
  • Marketing.

3. Chemistry:

  • Chemistry
  • Medical chemistry.

4. Computational and Mathematics:

  • Computer science
  • Mathematics.

5. Criminology, sociology and education (Criminology, Sociology and Education):

  • Criminology
  • Education
  • Sociology.

6. English Language, History and American Studies (English, History and American Studies):

  • American Studies
  • English and American Literature
  • English literature
  • History.

7. Film, Media and Music (Film, Media and Music):

  • Research in the field of cinema
  • Media, culture and creativity
  • Music
  • Musical equipment.

8. Forensic Science:

  • Forensic science.

9. Geography, Geology and Environment (Geography, Geology and Environment):

  • Environmental Science
  • Environment and sustainability
  • Geography
  • Geography of man
  • Physiography
  • Geology
  • Geo-science
  • Physical geography and geology.

10. The Law:

  • Right.

11. Liberal Arts and the Sciences (Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences):

  • Liberal Arts
  • Natural Sciences.

12. Medical Science (Medicine):

  • Medicine.

13. Nursing and Midwifery:

  • Obstetrics
  • Care.

14. Pharmacy:

  • Pharmacy
  • Technology and business in pharmaceutical science
  • Technology and business.

15. Physics and Astrophysics:

  • Astrophysics
  • Physics.

16. Physiotherapy, rehabilitation and radiography (Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation and Radiography):

  • Physiotherapy
  • Rehabilitation Science
  • Radiography.

17. Politics, International Relations and Philosophy (Politics, International Relations and Philosophy):

  • Environmental studies
  • International relationships
  • Philosophy
  • Policy.

18. Psychology:

  • Applied Psychology
  • Psychology
  • Counseling and psychology.

19. Social Work:

  • Social work.

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

For undergraduate program

  • 1. age: from 17 years
  • 2. Diploma of completion of secondary school (with good and excellent marks) + one year of additional education (for foreign students)
  • 3. Knowledge of the English language: at least IELTS 6.0 (the level of knowledge of English for a specific training program should be checked with our specialists)
  • 4. a test for determining the level of knowledge
  • 5. Interview with an employee / teacher of the university.

DATES OF SEMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

Beginning of Bachelor's programs: September.

Tuition fees for undergraduate programs = from 13,200 £ to 29,000 £ / year of study.

Annual
20+
from 9 300 £ / 2 semesters

Master's program

  • Age of participants: from 20 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1 year (on the evening form of education the duration can be increased)
  • Beginning of classes: September
  • Level of English: not less than IELTS 6.5
  • Level of education: Bachelor's degree / specialist (with a high average score)
  • Language of instruction: English.

The department of magistracy at the university has a fundamental scientific base, carefully developed educational programs, professionals of the highest level work here. Students from any country of the world who meet the requirements for academic knowledge and the English language can enter the Master's program. Graduates of master's programs are highly valued all over the world and achieve significant success both in their work activity and in the discovery of new horizons of science and technology. The university is home to many modern research in the fields of natural, social, human sciences, medicine and health sciences, which are of great importance for the development of issues such as global health, aging society, sustainability and renewable energy. Every year, the research capabilities of institutions only increase, which allows us to speak of the university as one of the brightest centers of modern scientific thought.

The standard master's course includes compulsory modules and modules of choice and consists of 180 credits (120 study credits and 60 credits for original research and thesis). Full-day education involves about 40 hours of study per week, part-time (evening) education - about 20 hours. Students of research areas spend a lot of time in class, because their specialties involve a large number of laboratory work, students of humanitarian fields are more free in their schedule, but they should pay much attention to independent work and reading. Each graduate works on research and writing a dissertation, the supervisor and teachers provide them with all the necessary help and advice.

The University assigns a Master of Science, Master of Arts or Master of Research degree. The first 2 programs are standard master's degrees in various fields of knowledge, which significantly expand the employment opportunities and career development of graduates. The Master of Research is a special degree for those who plan to continue their studies at the doctoral department: there is a lot of time devoted to purely scientific research and development. Upon successful completion of the education, graduates receive a master's degree in the relevant field.

Directions of education and master's programs:

1. Business and Management:

  • Accounting and financial management
  • Finance and management
  • Personnel Management
  • international Business
  • Management.

2. Biological Sciences:

  • Biomedical blood science
  • Biomedical Science
  • Molecular parasitology and vector biology
  • Bio-science: scientific research
  • Neurology: Research
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Cell and tissue engineering.

3. Chemical Sciences (Chemical Sciences):

  • Analytical science for industry.

4. Computer Science:

  • Advanced computer science.

5. Counseling:

  • Counseling and psychotherapy.

6. Education:

  • Education
  • Education (international education)
  • Education (leadership and management)
  • Primary school teacher
  • Teacher of the senior classes
  • Education and teaching in higher education.

7. Engineering:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Cell and tissue engineering
  • Design in medical engineering.

8. Environment:

  • Environmental sustainability and green technologies
  • Research in the field of geophysics.

9. Ethics:

  • Medical Ethics and Palliative Care
  • Medical ethics and law.

10. The Science of the Earth (Geoscience):

  • Geo-science.

11. Health:

  • Nursing
  • Applied clinical anatomy
  • Biomedical blood science
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Biomedical Science
  • Cell and tissue engineering
  • Basic medical practice
  • Health education
  • Medical sciences
  • Medical education
  • Medical Ethics and Law
  • Medical Ethics and Palliative Care
  • Medical science
  • Medical science (anatomical sciences)
  • Medical science (clinical audit)
  • Medical science (comprehensive care)
  • Medical science (leadership and management)
  • Medical science (children's respiratory medicine)
  • Medical science (stroke)
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Treatment of neuromuscular diseases
  • Disease and Management Sciences
  • Physiotherapy (full-time)
  • Physiotherapy (part-time)
  • Physiotherapy (cardio-respiratory)
  • Physiotherapy (Neurology)
  • The psychology of health and well-being
  • Rheumatology practice
  • Nursing specialist
  • Specialized public health care
  • Specialist of public health care for patients.
     

12. Humanities:

  • Contemporary literature and cinema
  • Creative musical technologies
  • Writing
  • English literature
  • Global media and culture
  • Global Media and Management
  • History
  • Humanitarian sciences
  • Music.

13. Law:

  • Legislation on the protection of children and practices
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Industrial Relations and Labor Law
  • Human rights, globalization and justice
  • International law
  • Law and society
  • Medical Ethics and Law
  • Medical Ethics and Palliative Care
  • Human protection - law, politics and practice.

14. Media Studies:

  • Global Media and Culture
  • Global Media and Management.

15. Medicine:

  • Biomedical blood science
  • Biomedical Science (Diploma of Higher Education)
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Cell and tissue engineering
  • Bases of medical practice
  • Education in health: accreditation and evaluation
  • Medical education
  • Medical Ethics and Law
  • Medical Ethics and Palliative Care
  • Medical science
  • Medical science (anatomy)
  • Medical science (clinical audit)
  • Medical Science (Care)
  • Medical science (leadership and management)
  • Medical science (children's respiratory medicine)
  • Medical science (stroke)
  • Individual health modules
  • Continuous professional development.

16. Natural Sciences:

  • Analytical Science for Industry
  • Biomedical blood science
  • Biomedical Science
  • Environmental sustainability and green technologies
  • Research in the field of geophysical research
  • Molecular parasitology and biology
  • Bioscience
  • Neurology.

17. Nursing and Midwifery:

  • Care for adults
  • Advanced clinical practice
  • Advanced specialist in critical care
  • Best Practices in Computed Tomography Colonography
  • Improvement of professional practice
  • Rheumatology
  • Nursing specialist
  • Specialized Public Health Care
  • Specialist of public health care for patients (schoolchildren).

18. Pharmacy:

  • Advanced professional practice (pharmacy)
  • Clinical pharmacological practice
  • Pharmacy.

19. Physical Geography:

  • Geophysical research.

20. Physiotherapy:

  • Applied clinical anatomy
  • Medical sciences
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Treatment of neuromuscular diseases
  • Physiotherapy (full-time)
  • Physiotherapy (part-time)
  • Physiotherapy (Neurology)
  • Physiotherapy (cardio-respiratory).

21. Politics and International Relations:

  • Diplomatic research
  • Environmental policy and climate change
  • Global Security
  • Human rights, globalization and justice
  • International relationships
  • Policy
  • Politics of the USA.

22. Psychology:

  • Child development
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • The psychology of health and well-being
  • Applied social and political psychology.

23. Social Sciences:

  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Methods of social science research
  • Social work
  • Practical education (social work).

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

  • age: from 20 years
  • bachelor's degree / specialist (for foreign students it is desirable to finish the pre-master's program)
  • knowledge of English: at least IELTS 6.5 (the level of knowledge of English for a particular educational program should be checked with specialists)
  • motivation letter with justification of the reasons for entering the magistracy in the chosen direction
  • recommendations from teachers from the previous place of study
  • test for the level of knowledge
  • interview with a university employee / teacher.

DATES OF SEMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

The beginning of the master's program: September.

IMPORTANT! There are other options for starting master's programs. For more information please contact specialists.

The cost of studying for Master's programs = from 13,550 £ to 14,580 £ / year of study.

Accommodation, housing and food

During the education there are 2  options for accommodation:

  • University Residences
  • Private accommodation.

The University offers its students accommodation in their own comfortable residences, each of which has excellent living conditions. If desired, the student or his parents / representatives can rent a room, apartment or house in the desired area of ​​the city and its surroundings with the desired set of amenities. For all questions regarding renting / registration / cost, please contact specialists.

Characteristics of the university placement:

  • 2 residences for students ("Hawthorns Hall" and "Holly Cross & The Oaks")
  • Hawthorns Hall: standard rooms with a washbasin and a shared bathroom
  • Holly Cross & The Oaks: "En-suite" rooms with a washbasin, shower and toilet
  • Shared kitchens
  • 5-15 minutes walk to the classrooms
  • Fully equipped rooms
  • Large bed, bookcases, wardrobes for clothes and personal items
  • Working area in the room
  • Conditioners
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Cleaning (every two weeks)
  • Laundry
  • Security and support staff
  • Bicycle storage place
  • Common rooms for relaxation and games
  • Meal plan (optional, if desired).

The university offers students a nutrition plan. Meals include breakfast, lunch and dinner. The dishes are prepared exclusively from fresh products in their own restaurants located on campus. Students who do not purchase a meal plan and who live outside the university residences make up their own menu and can choose a restaurant / café / canteen both on campus and in the city. For any questions related to nutrition, you can contact our specialists.

The cost of living is:

  • University Residence Hawthorns Hall (without meals) = 91 £ to 96 £ / week
  • University residence Hawthorns Hall (with meals) = 192 £ / week
  • University Residence Holly Cross & The Oaks = 144 £ / week
  • Private accommodation: the cost varies depending on various factors (space, equipment, location, etc.). To help in finding and designing the type of housing of interest, please contact specialists.

Cost of food:

  • When accommodated in a residence, a student can purchase a meal plan, the cost is approximately 100 £ per week
  • With a refusal from the nutrition plan and with private accommodation, the cost of meals varies depending on the needs and tastes of the student and can be 70 £ -150 £ per month. For questions about catering and cost, please contact specialists.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Accounting, art, astrophysics, business, Business and management, business management, Career development, personnel development, chemistry, communications, Comparative policy, Computer animation, computer programming, criminology, criminology, economics, Environmental science, financial Accounting, geography, geology, history, Human Resource Management, humanitarian sciences, international Business, international relationships, law, Macroeconomics, management, marketing, media research, Medical sciences, medicine, Microeconomics, multimedia, music, Music technology, Natural Sciences, obstetrics, personnel Management, Pharmaceuticals, philosophy, physics, politics, psychology, Psychology and counseling, social sciencies, social work, sociology, the photo, Video design

Events Keele University

In the process of studying at the university, much attention is paid to developing the creative abilities of students. The big advantage is that the creative circles and sections operate on the basis of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and enjoy all the advantages that students who study in the relevant fields possess. Students are engaged with professional teachers who are also great musicians, artists, theater and filmmakers. The following arts and creativity are available at the university:

  • Musical instruments
  • Choral singing
  • Sound Engineering
  • Creating electronic music
  • Recording and processing music files
  • Musical groups
  • Musical performances and performances
  • Literary creativity
  • Acting for the theater
  • Escorting theatrical productions
  • Theatrical dresser
  • Theatrical make-up artist
  • Theater director
  • Cinema
  • Film director
  • Producer of cinema
  • Acting for cinema
  • Operator's work
  • Screenwriter
  • Special Effects in Cinema
  • Painting and drawing
  • The photo
  • Architecture and design.

Students lead an active lifestyle and engage in various sports. Professional coaches and mentors work with them, who not only help to move forward, but also monitor the health status and capabilities of their wards. Of the students, university teams are formed, and they participate in various competitions and contests. Also, the university has a special talent support program, whose participants receive all-round support from staff and coaches, have the opportunity to unlimitedly use all resources, receive medical support and advice and attract third-party funding. Available sports:

  • Badminton
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Squash
  • Mountaineering
  • Gymnastics
  • Table tennis
  • Tennis
  • Beach volleyball
  • Rugby
  • Cross Country
  • Gymnastics
  • Training apparatus
  • Fitness.

In their free time from study and other studies, students take part in various events and excursions - both university and city. In addition, students have the opportunity to make sightseeing trips and hiking tours around the cities and places of Britain. Student life at the University of Kiel is fascinating and diverse, and everyone will find themselves an occupation that will bring him a lot of fun. Among the events:

  • Festivals and holidays on the university campus
  • Night of film screenings
  • Student theatrical performances
  • Performances of student musical groups
  • Talent show
  • Sport competitions
  • Excursion tours to Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool
  • Excursions around London and its sights
  • Theaters and Cinema
  • Museums and galleries
  • Concerts.

Advantages

  • One of the best universities in Britain
  • A large number of quality educational programs
  • Special educational programs for international students
  • Possibility to get a diploma in 2 specialties
  • High places in national and international rankings
  • A large number of international students from around the world
  • 96% of graduates are employed or continue education within 6 months after receiving the diploma
  • Job offers for many students arrive before the completion of studies
  • Highly qualified teachers, trainers and personnel
  • Support centers for foreign students operate
  • Convenient transport links
  • Well equipped campus
  • Environmentally friendly accommodation area.

Equipment Keele University

The campus of the University is located near the small town of Newcastle-Under-Lyme and is one of the largest campuses in Britain. He also holds an honorary 6th place on the list of the most beautiful campuses (The Telegraph's Britain's most beautiful universities' list). The way from the campus to the city takes 10 minutes by bus, there is also a bus connection to other cities (you can get to Manchester, Birmingham, London). The territory is almost completely covered with vegetation, many trees, bushes and artificial lakes. Here everything is done to make the person feel comfortable and have the opportunity to relax. On the campus are:

  • Auditor and administrative buildings
  • Research centers and laboratories
  • Art Gallery
  • University Library
  • Recording studios and theatrical studios
  • Creative laboratories
  • Innovation Center
  • Computer labs
  • Theater
  • Cinema-laboratories
  • Medical school and hospital building
  • Medical center for students and teachers
  • Observatory
  • Gardens and walking paths in the forest
  • Sports Complex
  • Sports grounds
  • GYM's
  • Residences for living
  • A lot of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops
  • Laundry
  • Student Union
  • Bank and post offices
  • Interfaith Christian Chapel
  • Muslim prayer hall
  • Wi-Fi in most public places.

In addition to facilities on campus, students can enjoy all the amenities of the city, which include:

  • Supermarkets
  • Specialty shops (including shops of goods for national cuisine)
  • Cinema
  • Theater
  • Restaurants, cafes
  • Parks
  • Sports center with swimming pool.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Start of classes:

The academic year of the International Foundation Year:

  • Semester 1: the end of September - the middle of December
  • Semester 2: the middle of January - the end of April.

IMPORTANT! The schedule of programs varies depending on the chosen direction of preparation. For specification of the schedule in a certain direction, you can contact specialists.

The academic year for the programs of the First year of the baccalaureate (International Year One):

3-semester program:

  • Semester 1: from September 20 to December 8
  • Semester 2: from January 8 to May 11
  • Semester 3: from May 14 to August 17.

2.5-semester program:

  • Semester 1: from October 16 to December 8
  • Semester 2: from January 8 to May 11
  • Semester 3: from May 14 to August 17.

2-semester program:

1. Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 20 to February 2
  • Semester 2: from February 5 to June 1

2. Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 8 to May 11
  • Semester 2: from May 14 to August 17.

For pre-Masters programs:

  • Semester 1: from 9 April to 8 June
  • Semester 2: from June 11 to August 17.

The cost of all areas of the International Foundation Year is 12,000 £ / year.

The cost of the "International Year One" programs for the baccalaureate (International Year One):

  • 2-semester programs = 13,130 ​​£ / course (2 semesters)
  • 2,5-semester programs = 15,320 £ / course (2.5 semesters)
  • 3-semester programs = 17,480 £ / course (3 semesters).

The cost of education in all areas of pre-Masters programs is 8,950 £ / course (2 semesters).

The cost of the program "English for Pre-master's programs (English for Pre-Master's (EPM))":

  • Semester program = 4,566 £ / course (1 semester)
  • 1,5-semester program = 7,758 £ / course (1,5 semesters).

Additional charges:

  • Registration fee
  • Deposit confirming the place on the course
  • Examination Boards
  • Deposit for tuition
  • Additional academic and language classes (optional)
  • Additional leisure activities and excursions (optional)
  • Guardianship (registration with the agency + guardian services)
  • Air tickets in both directions
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Compulsory medical insurance
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy).

Extra fees:

  • Transfer (one way) 194 GBP
  • Medical insurance 8 GBP
  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 200 GBP
  • Deposit for a course/programme 1000 GBP

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

For the International Foundation Year:

1. age: from 16 years

2. Completed secondary school

3. Knowledge of English:

  • for most destinations: IELTS 5.0
  • for directions Medicine, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Adult care: IELTS 7.0

4. Test for the identification of knowledge of basic school subjects

5. acquaintance with the entrant through a personal interview with a university employee.

For the programs of the First Year of the Bachelor (International Year One):

1. age: from 16 years

2. Completed secondary school

3. Knowledge of English:

  • 2-semester program: IELTS 5.5 (5.5 in the "letter" section)
  • 2.5-semester program: IELTS 5.5 (5.0 in the "letter" section)
  • 3-semester program: IELTS 5.0 (5.0 in the "letter" section)

4. Internal test to establish the level of knowledge in subjects

5. Interview.

For pre-master's programs:

1. age: from 18 years old

2. Bachelor's degree

3. Knowledge of English: IELTS 6.0

4. test at the university to determine the level of knowledge

5. Interview with a university teacher / employee.

For the English for Pre-Master's (EPM) program:

1. age: from 18 years

2. Level of proficiency in English for participation in the program:

  • Semester program: IELTS 5.0
  • 1.5-semester program: IELTS 4.5

3. Admission to the pre-master's program

4. Bachelor's degree.

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- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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