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Bio sciences (International) 2017-06-06T12:09:09+00:00

Bio sciences (International)

Duration: 1 year

Course details

The International Foundation Program (IFP) has been specifically designed to prepare international students for academic study on a wide range of our undergraduate degree programs. The International Foundation Program offers a guaranteed place on an undergraduate degree program at Kent upon successful completion. The program provides a series of academic content modules in addition to modules in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Academic Skills. If you pass the International Foundation Program and meet the rules of progression, you will have all the qualifications that you need in order to continue your studies at degree level. As the International Foundation Program contains its own language training module, you will not need to take an additional English language examination such as IELTS. The International Foundation Program takes place at the University of Kent, and students are full members of the University with access to University accommodation.

Classes you will attend

  • Genetics and Evolution

  • Life Sciences for University Study

  • Mathematics and Statistics for University Study

  • Foundation Project

  • Academic Skills Development

  • English for Academic Study

Entry requirements

A-level
This course is appropriate if you have obtained A-levels (or equivalent) in subjects inappropriate for direct admission to one of our biological sciences courses, for example, if you have studied art, languages or social sciences at A-level.

Unit grade information
See GCE A-level requirements.

GCSE
See GCE A-level requirements.

International Baccalaureate
See GCE A-level requirements.

Career possibilities

Bio sciences graduates in 2009 found work in a wide range of areas. A relatively high proportion went into sports coaching, instructing and officiating roles, while 7.7% took teaching work. Others found work as commercial, industrial and public sector managers or in scientific research.

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If you need more information, please contact us on 020 3302 7144 or on our CONTACT page to discuss your requirements.

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