A Master's Foundation Programme (also known as master’s preparation programme or pre-master’s pathway) can be taught in 1 to 4 terms, depending on subject and progression route, though is generally taught in 3-terms (1 year). And offer successful students the opportunity to study a master's degree at their chosen university. Students will typically study 2-3 modules, as well as English for Academic Purposes. English Language level is one of the most important requirements for university entry and can help fill in any academic gaps.
Students, on average, will spend up to five hours per week per module in class and be expected to allocate a similar number of hours to independent study.
The benefits of a Master's Foundation include;
ONCAMPUS offers a number of centres that offer a Master's Foundation, click on the grid below for details of our partners:
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