If you wish to study at a UK university, it is helpful to know about the different entry routes that may be available to you.
The most common entry route for progression to UK universities is through successful completion of secondary education (for UG study) or tertiary education (for PG study) at your home country or globally. However, if you do not meet the academic or English language requirements set by the university that you wish to apply to, a pathways course can help you. These courses are provided by further education colleges, universities and in collaboration with private-sector pathway providers in the UK.
In this session, two pathways programme providers – INTO University Partnerships and ONCAMPUS will give you an overview about the UK’s pathways programmes and how it can help international students improve their English skills and give them the confidence to start their undergraduate or postgraduate study. In addition, two of their star alumni are also invited to talk about why they chose to study a pathways course and their journey of getting into the dream universities.
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Introduction to the pathways programme in the UK
Self-growth & Discovery - How I got into the university of my dream
Assistant Recruitment Director South East Asia/Indo China
INTO University Partnerships
Anna is the Assistant Regional Director for Southeast Asia and Indochina at INTO. She brings a varied 14 years of international education experience. Originally for Poland, and once an international student herself, she is passionate about supporting students to progress to their dream university. [Profile]
Centre Director, ONCAMPUS UK North
Cambridge Education Group
Lynda Hannam is Centre Director of ONCAMPUS UK North having started with Cambridge Education Group in January 2010. With many years industry and education experience Lynda fully supports lifelong learning for both personal and economic development.