SCHOOL & COLLEGE Applications
From age of 14, international students can come to study what is so called ‘High School’ in the UK's Schools and Colleges.
Students can study GCSE, A-level, BTEC or Foundation in various subjects, preparing them with skills and knowledge for University.
WHY STUDY IN UK SCHOOL AND COLLEGE?
Boarding schools and colleges in the UK are famous for its safe and disciplined environments for students to be educated with the high standard of education, from the very best teachers and top class facilities.
Not only will students be studying academic knowledge, but they will also be supported in self discovery and practical skill sets through extracurricular activities. Students will also emerge with complete ﬂuency in English, gain international connections and fully prepared for further study and work anywhere in the world.
WHAT CAN YOU STUDY?
Available for students age of 14-15 years old. A large number of subjects options are taught; ranging from Arts, Politics, Sciences, Business, Literatures, Mathematics, etc.
Available for students age of 16 years old and above. A-Levels are usually studied over a two-year period and are widely recognised around the world as the standard qualiﬁcations that UK universities, especially the leading ones, use to assess a student’s eligibility for a degree course.
Available for international students age of 17 years old and above, ﬁnishing your high school from a non-British curriculum but wish to pursue a degree in the UK. A foundation is a one-year preparation course for international students who need additional English language and academic preparation, acts as a bridge for entry onto a UK university undergraduate course.
Foundation covers a variety of subjects such as: Business, Computing, Law, Art and Design, Engineering, Medicine, Media, Humanities, etc. Some foundation programme is embedded as part of universities, based on campus with full access to university facilities and can guarantee progression, given the student achieves required scores.