With our flexible Multi-Progression Pathway (MPP) course, you can gain entry to an undergraduate degree at one the UK’s many fantastic universities.
Laura from BelgiumMPP student who progressed to Durham University
I didn’t really know if I wanted to study Economics or Business, so I thought that doing a Multi-Progression Pathway would be a good way to consider my options. I think the MPP offered a great insight into my degree course.
Phuong from VietnamMPP student who progressed to the University of East Anglia
The staff at the College are well-qualified, and very friendly. I found the academic writing part of my course particularly valuable. Students are expected to work hard, but I am really proud of what I have achieved.
Why choose the MPP?
What degrees can MPP students progress to?
The MPP can lead you to a wide range of bachelor’s degree subjects, including:
- Art and Design
- Business and Management
- Economics and Finance
- Games Technology
- Journalism, Media and Communications
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Project Management
- Software Engineering
- and many other options
Your course modules
You’ll study a selection of modules as part of your MPP course, all carefully designed to help you prepare for your degree at a UK university.
- Subject modules will develop your theoretical and practical knowledge of your chosen subject area.
- Language modules will help build your confidence in speaking, listening, reading and writing in English.
- Academic skills modules will teach you how to research, analyse information, cite sources and construct logical arguments.
Select your preferred course below to see detailed module information.
|Business, Law or Finance|
|Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management|
|Media and Communications|
One of the key features of the MPP course is its flexibility. After your course begins, you can choose up to 5 UK universities to apply to for your bachelor’s degree, including Bournemouth University.
Our team will give you extensive support and expert advice throughout the whole process. They’ll guide you through the UCAS (University and College Applications Service) system, give you one-to-one counselling sessions, and carry out quality checks on your submissions.