Undergraduate Study

Foundation Degree (Two Years Bachelor's)

Undergraduate Study

Foundation Degree (Two Years Bachelor's)

Foundation Degrees

(Two Years Bachelor's)

A Foundation degree is a vocational higher education qualification, which equates to the first two years of a Bachelor’s degree. These courses are a qualification in their own right and cover the levels of study known as levels 4 (year one) and 5 (year two).

If you are looking to acquire skills in the workplace and gain an undergraduate qualification without committing to a full Bachelors course, a foundation degree is an excellent option.

Foundation degrees are vocational qualifications that give you the flexibility of studying while you work, so they are ideal for those who are not yet ready to commit to three years of a full degree course.

  • Universities and colleges set their own entry requirements for Foundation Degrees to ensure students have the right skills and knowledge to successfully complete the course.
  • Foundation degrees provide an ideal academic progression where graduates Bachelors Top-up degree course to achieve Bachelors degree in one year.
  • There are a number of career routes students can take after Foundation Degrees such as getting a graduate job or becoming self-employed.
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