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International Foundation Programme

This one-year (3 term) programme offers successful students progression to a wide range of undergraduate degrees in France, Italy and beyond upon successful completion of the International Foundation Programme.

You will study this one-year (3 term) programme at our state-of-the-art centre located at the heart of KEDGE Business School in Paris.


What will I study?

This programme includes English, French for Beginners and three academic subject modules. There are two academic pathways to choose from and you will study the pathway most suited to your chosen progression degree. Academic skills relevant to the specific subject area will be taught to fully prepare you for university study. The pathways are: Business and Art & Design.

The options available for your chosen pathway at ONCAMPUS Paris are shown below:

Business, Economics, Finance and Management 
- Economics & Finance
- Business Behaviours 
- Skills for Business 

Art & Design 
- Art Practice and Creative Design
- Contextual Studies 

Students will also benefit from personal tutorials every week.

Who is this programme designed for?

This programme is designed to prepare international students, who have completed senior secondary education, for entry to undergraduate studies in France, Italy and beyond. The UFP is set at level 3, which is equivalent to A-level standard in the UK.

How long will I study for?

This programme lasts one academic year (nine months). The year is divided into three terms of seven to nine teaching weeks and one reading week. You will undertake up to 26 hours of classroom-based study per week.

Programme details:

Click to download the ONCAMPUS Business International Foundation Programme Guide for full course details and learning objectives.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed at regular intervals throughout the programme to ensure you are making the progress required to successfully complete the programme. Full assessment of the programme will take place in the final term. Assessment methodologies are aligned to those that will be experienced in the university environment, and include project work, essays, presentations, and unseen examination.

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