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This programme prepares students for ...

This programme prepares students for
undergraduate study at a British university
who need to develop their English language
skills. The one-year programme includes
courses in English language, study skills,
business, mathematics, computing, and
British life and culture. There are also
option courses that you may take to
concentrate on particular skills or study
in greater depth a subject that you find
particularly interesting. Interested students can mail us at info@intelligentgulf.com

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    International Foundation Programme with Cultural Studies - University of Greenwich- Intelligent Partners International Foundation Programme with Cultural Studies - University of Greenwich- Intelligent Partners Document Transcript

    • SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCESInternational FoundationProgrammeInternational FoundationProgramme with Cultural StudiesGreenwich Campus www.gre.ac.uk/humanities
    • Why study this programme? Royal Naval College and on the banks of the River Thames. The university’s largestInternational Foundation campus, it is centred on three baroqueProgramme buildings, designed by Sir Christopher WrenThis programme prepares students for at the end of the 17th century.undergraduate study at a British university The surrounding town is a mix of markets,who need to develop their English language shops, restaurants and pubs, as well asskills. The one-year programme includes some of the most famous museums andcourses in English language, study skills, tourist attractions in the country. Halls ofbusiness, mathematics, computing, and residence are close to campus and by train,British life and culture. There are also central London is only a few minutes away.option courses that you may take toconcentrate on particular skills or studyin greater depth a subject that you find What will you study?particularly interesting. International Foundation ProgrammeInternational Foundation You may be offered this programme if youProgramme with Cultural Studies have achieved a score of between 4.5 andThis programme is for students who have 6.0 in your International English Languagebeen educated in English, but whose Testing System (IELTS). You will completefirst language is not English, and who are courses in order to achieve an IELTSpreparing for undergraduate study in the score of 6.0. If you already have a scoreUnited Kingdom. Courses focus on study of 6.0, you can study academic subjectsskills, business, mathematics, computing in preparation for entry to one of ourand British life and culture. There are undergraduate degree programmes.also option courses that you may take to Courses:concentrate on particular skills or to studyin greater depth a subject that you find ● English for Academic Purposes 1particularly interesting. ● Business Communication ● Computer Fundamentals 1Why study with us? ● Contextual Studies for InternationalStudents studying these programmes Studentshave to hand a wealth of resources; ● English for Academic Purposes 3these include language laboratories, extra ● Context and Culturelanguage practice with an English languageassistant, computing facilities and our ● Business NumeracyLanguage Centre. The centre, which is This is a rapidly changing subject areapart of the School of Humanities & Social and course content may change inSciences, holds a range of multimedia order to ensure that it is up to date andresources and provides a welcoming and industrially relevant.friendly environment in which to learn. It is One option from:holds a wide range of specialist equipmentand materials, and has staff who are ● Organisations and Managementexperienced in language learning and ready ● Computer Fundamentals 2to help you. ● Principles of MarketingOur students study on the university’s ● English for Academic Purposes 2Greenwich Campus, which is part of the Old ● English for Academic Purposes 4
    • International Foundation Key factsProgramme with Cultural StudiesCourses: International Foundation● Study Skills Programme● Business Communication Attendance:● Computer Fundamentals 1 1 year full-time. Programme starts in● Organisations and Management September or January● Context and Culture Entry requirements:● Business Numeracy IELTS 4.5 or equivalent● Principles of Marketing● Computer Fundamentals 2 International Foundation● English for Academic Purposes 2 Programme with Cultural Studies● IELTS Preparation Attendance:There are also a number of option courses 1 year full-time. Programme starts inthat students may take in order to pursue in September or Januarygreater depth a subject of interest. Entry requirements:Career opportunities IELTS 6.0 or equivalentSuccessful completion of either of How to apply:these programmes should provide the ● Part-time students apply online atbasic requirements for entry to most www.gre.ac.uk/apply.degree programmes at the University of ● Applicants applying from outsideGreenwich (although some programmes the United Kingdom and Republicmay require additional qualifications and/ of Ireland should apply online ator experience). www.gre.ac.uk/apply.Teaching and assessment For further information e-mail international@gre.ac.uk.Students are assessed throughexaminations and coursework, includingessays, portfolios of guided study andindividual and group presentations.Financial informationFor up-to-date information on tuition fees,bursaries and scholarships, visitwww.gre.ac.uk/finance.
    • Your next stepUniversity Open Days are held severaltimes a year. They include a programmeof talks and offer you the opportunity tospeak to staff and students. You mayalso be given a tour of the campus. School of Humanities & Social SciencesA list of dates can be found at www. University of Greenwichgre.ac.uk/opendays, or contact the Greenwich Campus Old Royal Naval CollegeEnquiry Unit or International Office for Park Rowfurther information. London SE10 9LS Why not sign up as a Greenwich VIP and create your own Greenwich webpage, personalised toyour choice of programme and interests?Becoming a Greenwich VIP is a fast routeto ordering our publications, booking anOpen Day and finding out more about theuniversity. You can also take part in chatsessions with staff and students, receivetext and e-mail alerts, and enter ouronline competitions. Sign up atwww.gre.ac.uk/study. 2008For further informationTo find out more about studying at theuniversity, please contact:Website: www.greenwich.ac.ukInternational/EU students This document isInternational Office available in other formats on requestTelephone: +44 20 8331 8136Fax: +44 20 8331 8625E-mail: international@gre.ac.uk University of Greenwich, a charity and company limited by guarantee, registered in England (reg. no. 986729). Registered office: Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS Every effort has been made to ensure that this leaflet is as accurate as possible. However, the university reserves the right to discontinue any class or programme, to alter any programme or to amend without notice any other information printed here. D4629-10 E October 10