a) A Foundation Programmer or Undergraduate pathway may be a programmer for university preparation for undergraduate levels that helps entrants to adapt to the country of studying, to enhance the extent of the foreign language knowledge and to accumulate additional academic skills. This may make sure that an entrant meets all the prerequisites for studying at the university.
b) Foundation studies are designed to develop the skills and the subject specific familiarity required to undertake a master’s course and specialize in a subject area.
c) A pre-master’s course or Post graduate pathway within UK, is designed to systematize students who wish to pursue their master’s degree within UK. This programme provides you academic tools similar to academic writing, attentive listening skills and basic knowledge of scholastic terminologies thus prepares you for a master’s Programme.
The academic year for several Universities for Masters Degree start usually in September (Fall) and January (Winter). However, a couple of courses also begins in April (Summer).
A student should have completed an undergraduate degree or class 12th at a recognized institution with a minimum of a pass degree. For a typical two-semester Pre-Masters or Foundation program, a minimum IELTS score of 5.5 is required.
All the academic documents including Xth, XIIth and Bachelor Degree
Two Letter of Recommendations
Statement of Purpose
Work Experience Documents if applicable
Any certificates and achievement documents.
Expense of Study
The average cost of a Pre Master’s & Foundation Programme within UK for an international student is, around £9,500 – £16,000. You will be able to understand the structure of the fees, when you search for the specific courses and there is a range of choices that you can look into. Tuition fees varies on the type of Masters (course) you would like to review to study and therefore the duration of the pathway.