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International foundation in The Hull University Oncampus

The Hull University Oncampus
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from 14295.00 £ / year
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The Undergraduate Foundation Program

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of the programs:

  • Standard program: 3 semesters
  • Extended program: 4 semesters

3. Start of classes:

  • Standard program: January, September
  • Expanded program: September

4. Level of English for participation in the programs:

  • For the standard program (3 semesters): IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 for all sections)
  • For the extended program (4 semesters): IELTS 4.0 (minimum 3.5 on all sections)

5. Educational level: High school with good grades (especially in subjects corresponding to the chosen direction of study).

The programs are intended for international students from all over the world who plan to enter the University of Hull in the Bachelor's Degree. To participate in the programs you must have completed secondary education and a certain level of knowledge of English. The standard program lasts 3 semesters, and the extended one - 4 semesters. The extended program differs from the standard one in that the entire first semester of studies is devoted to English classes in order to improve its level. Each semester includes 7 or 8 weeks of classes for 25 hours of classes weekly plus one week of reading. Profram is conducted in two directions:

  • Business, Economics, Finance and Management
  • Engineering and Sciences.

Each course of study includes classes in English and three extensive academic disciplines. English is integrated into the teaching of academic modules, but, if necessary, the student can receive separate classes in English. Academic disciplines are formed from the number of those subjects / sections of knowledge that are necessary for a successful learning process in the chosen direction. Great importance is attached to the development of students' skills in research and analytical work. Students receive fundamental education, and easily orientate themselves in the methods and technologies of university research, which gives them a serious advantage in starting a full-fledged study.

To regularly check the learning of the material, students perform a number of works, such as writing an essay, working on a personal project, presenting presentations, invisible exams, tests.

Each area of ​​corresponds to certain specialties of the bachelor's degree or integrated master's programs (bachelor's + master's program, accelerated program), to which the student enters after the completion of the program. Graduates of the programs enter the first course of the chosen specialty.

Directions of study, programs and available university specialties (undergraduate and integrated master's programs):

Direction - Business, Economics, Finance and Management

The program (modules and questions):

1) Economics and Finance. The module focuses on studying a number of issues related to economic theory and processes in the global economy, the basics of accounting and mastering the mathematical skills necessary to understand the work of enterprises and organizations. In the process of education, students consider the following issues:

  • Basic economic issues and problems
  • Free markets and mixed economy
  • Demand curve
  • Expenses, revenues and profits
  • Break-even analysis
  • Increased funding
  • Setting up budgets
  • Cash flow
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting

2) Business behavior. The module focuses on studying the planning and development of organizations, the interaction of people in the business environment, and laws that affect the work of companies. The module covers various aspects of entrepreneurship, related legal and organizational issues, commercial law and other issues. In the process of education we consider:

  • Introduction to business, enterprise and entrepreneurship
  • Choosing the right legal framework
  • Improvement of the organizational structure
  • Recruitment
  • Motivation
  • Business Law

3) Skills for business. In the process of learning, students develop various skills necessary for understanding business processes and building a business model. Learned skills are divided into several groups:

  • Conducting market research (topics: understanding the purpose of market research, the difference between primary and secondary research, research methods, advantages and disadvantages of various methods of primary and secondary research, the difference between quantitative and qualitative research data, potential market research failures, secondary research, primary research, analysis of research results)
  • Ethics and corporate social responsibility and research in the Harvard style (topics: the role of business in society, the various ways in which ethics can affect business and society, sustainability and some ideas about the sustainability of companies, collecting data from scientific articles and analyzing the findings, writing essays, the purpose and importance of links, practical recommendations on the Harvard style)
  • Business planning and SWOT analysis (topics: development of the key topics of the business plan: business location, market segmentation, market size, share and growth, business start-up assessment and collection of secondary and primary data and people use; analysis of plans and presentations; storm, introduction to SWOT analysis concepts, development and presentation of a business plan).

Bachelor's programs available after the direction of Business, Economics, Finance and Management:

  • Business Management and Entrepreneurship (BA (Hons))
  • Business management and human resources management (BA (Hons))
  • Business Management and Information and Communication Technologies (BA (Hons))
  • Business management and sustainability (BA (Hons))
  • Business Economics (BA (Hons))
  • Business Economics and Marketing (BA (Hons))
  • Business Management BA (Hons)
  • Business Management and Accounting (BA (Hons))
  • Business Management and Economics (BA (Hons))
  • Business management and financial management (BA (Hons))
  • Business Management and Marketing (BA (Hons))
  • Business management and supply chain (BA (Hons))
  • International Business (BA (Hons))
  • Philosophy and Politics (BA (Hons))
  • Philosophy, politics and economics (BA (Hons))
  • Politics (BA (Hons))
  • Military Research and Security Studies (BA (Hons))
  • Accounting (BSc (Hons))
  • Accounting and financial management (BSc (Hons))
  • Economics (BSc (Hons))
  • International Law (LLB (Hons))
  • Law (LLB (Hons))
  • Law and modern language (LLB (Hons))
  • Law and Business Management (LLB (Hons))
  • Law and Criminology (LLB (Hons))
  • Law and Politics (LLB (Hons))
  • Studies of British politics and legislation (BA (Hons))
  • Criminology and Law (BA (Hons)).

The direction of Engineering and Sciences.

Educational program (modules and topics):

  • Mathematics.

The module covers all aspects of mathematical knowledge and skills. Students work independently and in groups and by the end of program acquire various mathematical skills and abilities. Topics: calculus, vectors, matrices and complex numbers, proofs, differential equations, mechanics and discrete mathematics.

  • Physical Science.

The module is devoted to the study of physical sciences and skills. Students receive a fundamental basis and develop independent skills necessary for university education. Topics: the study of the Earth and its place in the universe; physics of motion, energy and light; the atomic basis of matter and the fundamentals of chemistry

  • Skills for Science.

This module is devoted to the study of skills necessary for conducting high-quality research work at the university. The module includes mastering techniques and methods from several large sections:

  • The skills of scientific communication (scientific writing as a method of presenting facts and their interpretation, changing the style of writing for different audiences, the differences between the two main types of scientific writing style: laboratory reports and essays, presentation of their findings and knowledge in unscientific circles and other scientists)
  • Scientific methodology. The program includes mastering skills on several main topics: data processing; safety of laboratory work and writing of reports on the done laboratory work. During the course of study, students consider the following topics and questions: collecting and transferring the original data to a suitable table, scheduling two variables from experimental or other data on an appropriate graph, constructing and interpreting the frequency table, charts and histograms; carrying out and recording laboratory work, safety during work, identification of potential risks and threats to each particular work for the researcher or the environment; writing competent reports on the laboratory work that must necessarily include the following sections: introduction, materials, methods, diagrams, results, discussion and conclusion
  • Statistical skills and skills in medical ethics (topics: constructing a null hypothesis, calculations for a statistical test, chi-square for checking the significance of the difference between the observed and expected phenotypic ratio, the role of regulation in scientific and medical research, the consequences of distortion of scientific and medical information; confidentiality of the patient, ethical criticism and protection of research in biology, animals and people and ways of their distribution).

The programs available after the direction of Engineering and Sciences:

1. 3-year undergraduate programs:

  • Biomedical Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Control Systems and Instrumentation (BEng (Hons))
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical and medical engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing (BEng (Hons))
  • Biochemistry (BSc (Hons))
  • Chemistry (BSc (Hons))
  • Chemistry (forensic and analytical science) (BSc (Hons))
  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons))
  • Computer science (software development) (BSc (Hons))
  • Computer Science (Games) (BSc (Hons))
  • Calculations (BSc (Hons))
  • Mathematics (BSc (Hons))

2. 4-year integrated Master's programs (Bachelor's + Master's, accelerated programs):

  • Biomedical Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Chemical Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Monitoring systems and instrumentation (MEng (Hons))
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Electrical, Electronic and Energy Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Electronic Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical and Energy Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical and Medical Engineering (MEng (Hons))
  • Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing (MEng (Hons))
  • Law and legislative studies (LLB (Hons)).

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