If you want to study Engineering or Computer Science at university then the Engineering Foundation Year with British Study Centres is the perfect choice.
This course combines our core English for Academic Purposes module with modules in Maths, Further Maths and Physics, and guarantees you entry to one of our 16 partner universities in the UK.
Contact us today to find out more.
Starts 05 October 2020*
*This intake is a blended programme with the first 3 months delivered online
9 months (30 weeks tuition and exam)
20 hours a week
IELTS 5.0 & country specific high school scores
Minimum Age: 17
Max Class Size: 15
Starts 04 January 2021
7 months (26 weeks tuition and exam)
25 hours a week
IELTS 5.5 & country specific high school scores
Upon successful completion of the Engineering Foundation Year, students are guaranteed a place at one of our partner NCUK universities. Contact us today to start your journey.
For international students, applying to study Engineering overseas can sometimes be overwhelming. For this reason, many students find taking a foundation year to be incredibly beneficial for a number of reasons:
Download the Guide to see where your Engineering Foundation Year could take you.
Student Case Study
“I studied with NCUK as it provided a high quality, convenient and ultimately a worthwhile qualification which equipped me with the skills I needed to work on my degree.”
Ugonma Lewechi Nkata, University of Birmingham, BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering
“I had a really good experience with my teachers and I enjoyed this programme.
It helps me to know more about my future when I study at University. This is a great preparation before I start University.”
Mohamed, BSc (Hons) Management, Manchester Metropolitan University, Algeria
Student Case Study
“NCUK showed me the importance of independent study and helped me understand the UK system of education. NCUK is the best option to prepare for a UK degree.”
Jose David Muňetón, University of Sheffield, BSc (Hons) Physics
"The teachers were very helpful as they helped me to be more independent, especially whilst doing my own research on how to get trusted information from reliable sources."
Ayoub Abdelkader Djeffal, BSC International Foundation Year Student, Computer Science, Aston University
Although this course is intended for students hoping to study Engineering, it can be used in order to prepare you for a number of different degree subjects, including: