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University of Brighton International College courses

Students can choose from several courses at the University of Brighton International College, to progress to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.

Undergraduate: Foundation Certificate

If you’ve finished high school but don’t meet the entry requirements for university, a Foundation Certificate can help you gain entry to an undergraduate degree.

For progression to the 1st year of a bachelor’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see more information:

Art, Design and Media (taught at the University of Brighton's Grand Parade campus)Course details2022-23 modules
Business, Tourism and Social SciencesCourse details2022-23 modules
ComputingCourse details2022-23 modules
Science and EngineeringCourse details2022-23 modules

See 2021-22 module information here.

Undergraduate: International Year One

If you’ve completed high school with good grades but don’t qualify for entry to an undergraduate degree, you could study an International Year One, which combines university preparation with degree 1st year.

For progression to the 2nd year of a bachelor’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see more information:

ArchitectureCourse details2022-23 modules
BusinessCourse details2022-23 modules
TourismCourse details2022-23 modules

See 2021-22 module information here.

Postgraduate: Pre-Master’s

If you hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, but don’t meet the entry requirements for a master’s, a Pre-Master’s can help you gain a place on a postgraduate degree.

For progression to a master’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see more information:

Art, Design and Media (taught at the University of Brighton's Grand Parade campus)Course details2022-23 modules
Business, Hospitality, Tourism and Social SciencesCourse details2022-23 modules
Science and EngineeringCourse details2022-23 modules

See 2021-22 module information here.

Take an online internship

If you like, your pathway course can be expanded to include an online internship, giving you valuable work experience before you start your degree. This integrated placement will form an additional, final term on your course, and will help you develop important soft skills and enhance your employability.

The integrated online placement is run through Virtual Internships, and is available on all pathway courses at the College. Find out more on our blog.

Students who pass their pathway course but don’t meet the progression requirements for their chosen University of Brighton degree are guaranteed a place at a UK university through our University Placement Service.

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