UK Foundation Open Day at SI-UK Qatar
Oxford International, Kaplan and Navitas are all visiting us in Doha this month to meet students interested in studying in the UK! Drop in and talk to international officers from 2.30pm-4.30pm to learn more about foundation courses in the UK.
Who is attending?
Kaplan International Pathways offer a range of courses from University preparation programmes in the UK, Australia and USA through to full degree programmes, often in partnership with universities across the world. Through our academic partnerships with leading universities and focus on first-rate pastoral care and student support, they offer international students high quality, flexible international higher education study opportunities.
They offer Foundation and International Year One programmes enabling students to subsequently progress to the degree of their choice at their partner Universities. All Foundation programmes are taught at an International College, based on the University’s campus, meaning that all students are taught at the University, in a smaller College based atmosphere. They offer pathways to the following UK Universities:
Nottingham Trent, Liverpool, Glasgow, City, Westminster, Brighton, UWE, Nottingham University, Bournemouth, Birmingham, York, Essex and Cranfield.
Navitas Pathway programs ensure students are given the extra support and assistance needed to succeed at a higher education level. In Australia, Canada, New Zealand USA and the UK, students are able to enrol after grade 12 into 2 semester foundation programmes at Navitas colleges, to take advantage of the flexible entry requirements and supportive environment to enhance their academic potential.
Students who successfully complete Navitas pathway courses and meet partner entry requirements progress directly and automatically into undergraduate programmes at the partner university, in a comprehensive variety of subjects ranging from sciences to arts and business.
Pathway programmes are located on the campuses of our 36 partner universities. Students use libraries, computer laboratories, recreation facilities, common areas and other general student services as well as having access to student clubs and societies. This enhances the student experience and aids progression as students integrate in a supported manner into campus life in that first year, making the move to second year much easier.
Oxford International is an accredited, private education provider that operates colleges, schools and English language centres across the UK and North America to help international students achieve academic success.