UNI Britannica – Your Educational Advisor on How to Study in the UK
The Foundation Year is a 1-year course, designed to prepare EU and International students to study in the UK. The program enables you to gain subject-specific knowledge and skills. If you don't have traditional qualifications or can't meet the entry requirements of the UK universities and colleges, you may still be able to gain entry by completing this extended degree. Once you've successfully completed your Year 0, you will progress into Year 1 of your degree.
The Bachelor's Degree is the most common type of Undergraduate program. It is a 3-year course, featuring a combination of seminars, workshops, and lectures, made up of different modules. Many courses give you professional accreditation as well as academic qualifications. If you study in the UK, you can also choose a fast-track 2-year degree (accelerated degree), which enables students to complete their undergraduate course and find a job much quicker.
When you study in the UK, you can start a Postgraduate course after your Bachelor’s Degree. It can be a 1-year course or more, depending on the subject and your qualification. There are 4 main types of Postgraduation: Taught Courses, Research Degrees, Conversion Courses, and Professional Qualifications. You can do a Master of Arts (MA), a Master of Science (MSc), a Master of Business Administration (MBA), or a Master of Engineering (MEng) degree.
Our aim is to help you to get access to the best UK universities and colleges. By choosing to study with us, you will have access to the most outstanding education in the world. You can study a subject you enjoy while gaining valuable skills and experience to benefit your professional career.
If you wish to study in the UK, you can choose from a wide range of courses, UK universities, and colleges represented by UNI Britannica. Many of which have received the highest possible rating or have been accredited by professional bodies.
We hope to motivate and inspire you; to help you develop into a confident, independent thinker.
Next Step to Study in the UK
Choosing from hundreds of UK universities or colleges is an important and difficult decision. Book a free consultation and speak to some of our experienced consultants either in our offices, through a phone call, or a video conference, and learn more about what we have to offer.