The University of Roehampton Pathways provides an easy transition to a UK degree. It's for international students who can't meet the requirements for an undergraduate course.
The Pathway College is part of the University of Roehampton – a campus university in London. It's just 30 minutes away from London city centre and has beautiful green surroundings.
The pathway on offer is the International Foundation Programme. Expert tutors help students develop their English language and academic skills. Those who complete the programme can progress to study for an undergraduate degree at the university.
There are two and three-term options, depending on the learner's English language ability. Students choose subject-specific modules in:
This helps them gain the knowledge needed for their chosen undergraduate course. They also build general academic skills and prepare for their future careers.
The University of Roehampton is home to more than 100,000 students. It provides extensive support to all, helping everyone reach their goals. Each student becomes a member of one of the four historic colleges each provides an inclusive and supportive environment.
The university has a Silver TEF award as well as great graduate prospects. 92 per cent of students found employment or furthered their studies within six months of graduating (DLHE 2017).
The Pathway College is a partnership with QA Higher Education. It provides validated programmes taught by both university and QA Higher Education staff.