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International
Study Centre 2016
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Welcome
Leicester is a leading UK university
committed to international excellence.
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Make discoveries and put your mark on the world
At Leicester you’ll be taught in a stimulating learnin...
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YourCareer
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Start your career
development journey
Get a head-start in the competitive job market
by gaining the sk...
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Gain experience and build your skills
We have specially designed programmes that can
support you in ge...
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Connect with employers
At Leicester we work closely with leading graduate
employers. Representatives f...
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Your International
Study Centre
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The International Study Centre offers degree preparation programmes
for students wanting to study at t...
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International
Foundation
Year
What you will study
The programme is carefully designed to provide
you ...
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English Language Preparation (ELP)
If you do not have the required level of English
language to start...
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Economics and
Management
Degree highlights
Economics
xx The Department of Economics offers high quali...
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Route modules
Business and the Modern Market Economy
You will study the operational and strategic pro...
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Degree highlights
Engineering
xx Our degrees have all been accredited
by an appropriate engineering i...
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Route modules
Mechanics 1
You will study vectors, forces and equilibrium, relative
motion, Newton’s L...
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Science
What will you study?
Core modules
English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3
You will develop ...
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Route modules
Biology 1
You will look at biological molecules, cellular structure,
cell division, mov...
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Degree highlights
Law
xx Work closely with a supervising solicitor and barrister
and gain practical w...
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Route modules
Business and the Modern Market Economy
You will study the operational and strategic pro...
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International
Year One
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Study plan options
IELTS or equivalent June September January June August September
5.5 (5.5 in writi...
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Degree highlights
xx We are known for the ‘Leicester model’ of management
studies – an approach that ...
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Information Technology
This module provides you with a practical introduction
to IT skills and how th...
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YourDegree
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Your degree, your choice
Once you progress to the University, you can
choose whether to study one or ...
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Department Programmes Pathway
International Foundation Year
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Department Programmes Pathway
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YourUniversity
Campus
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Our campus offers
the best of both worlds
It’s compact so nothing is more than a few
minutes’ walk aw...
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Academic facilities
The award-winning David Wilson Library
is a light, airy, five-storey building pro...
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The teachers were really supportive,
like a family. You feel at home and they
give you their full sup...
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YourStudent Life
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Make your experience
at Leicester special
As well as studying, your time at university
is about makin...
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YourAccommodation
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My accommodation is perfect and ideal for a
student. From my room to my classroom it only
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Leicester is a vibrant
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Thanks to its friendliness and energetic
atmosphere, th...
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Shopping and eating
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  1. 1. www.le.ac.uk/isc International Study Centre 2016
  2. 2. 2  www.le.ac.uk/isc Welcome Leicester is a leading UK university committed to international excellence.
  3. 3. www.le.ac.uk/isc  3 Make discoveries and put your mark on the world At Leicester you’ll be taught in a stimulating learning environment by academics who are at the cutting-edge of their disciplines. You’ll graduate with a sharpness of mind that can take you to the highest level. International reputation We are consistently highly ranked in UK league tables. And it’s not just in the UK where we enjoy an outstanding reputation: we are in the top 1% of universities in the world. Career success In addition to providing you with a first class education, we are committed to supporting your future success by helping you to develop the skills graduate employers are looking for. Our Major/Minor degree options give you a chance to develop skills tailored to your aspirations and expand your career opportunities. Global environment We bring together great minds from all over the world in one of the most diverse cities in the UK. 12% of Leicester’s population are students. This gives the city a young and lively atmosphere. Leicester is the also most affordable city for first-year students (HSBC research). Teaching that’s inspired by research We successfully combine high quality research with exceptional and inspirational teaching. From the invention of genetic fingerprinting to pioneering space exploration, our research plays an important role in changing the world. Contents Welcome 2 Your Career 4 Your International Study Centre (ISC) 8 International Foundation Year 10 International Year One 20 Your Degree 24 Your Campus 28 Your Student Life 32 Your Accommodation 34 Your City 36 Your Map 42 TOP 1%Ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world Times Higher Education World Rankings 2015-16 75%The vast majority of research at Leicester is recognised to be of global significance, with 75% judged to be internationally excellent in 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) rankings. 93%of graduates are in employment or further study within 6 months of finishing their degree Ranked 24thin Complete University Guide 2016 Major/Minor degree option You can concentrate on one subject as your Major while broadening your knowledge with a Minor subject
  4. 4. 4  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourCareer
  5. 5. www.le.ac.uk/isc  5 Start your career development journey Get a head-start in the competitive job market by gaining the skills recruiters are looking for. Career development at Leicester starts from the moment you arrive and it carries on to your graduation and beyond. Your ambition and determination, combined with the resources of our Career Development Service, can help you develop the skills that will help get you to where you want to be after university. We provide personal support so that you can achieve your goals. We’ll give you the opportunities to find out what you want from your career. We’ll also help you identify your personal strengths and what you need to develop to be ahead of the crowd. The University of Leicester has a good reputation. A degree from here is very valuable and will help further my career. Sufannah from Kenya International Foundation Year - Science Now studying BSc Medical Physiology
  6. 6. 6  www.le.ac.uk/isc Gain experience and build your skills We have specially designed programmes that can support you in getting the skills, experiences and connections you need to stand out in today’s competitive job market. The activities range from volunteering and learning how to start a business, to mentoring and taking part in our Undergraduate Internship Programme. MyCareers is your personal online employability portal where you can find out about all the events, activities and workshops we offer. Our careers advisers can help with your applications and tell you about the latest internships, work placements and graduate jobs. For more information www.le.ac.uk/careers
  7. 7. www.le.ac.uk/isc  7 Connect with employers At Leicester we work closely with leading graduate employers. Representatives from different industry sectors visit campus all year round, offering workshops and talks on different career pathways. Our Festival of Careers is one of the largest graduate recruitment events in the UK. In 2015 over 100 employers attended the five-day event to promote internships and graduate roles. We were extremely impressed with the calibre of students we spoke to. Especially with the preparation and thought they had put in before attending the event. Farida Lockhart, Jaguar Land Rover Some of our partners:
  8. 8. 8  www.le.ac.uk/isc Your International Study Centre
  9. 9. www.le.ac.uk/isc  9 The International Study Centre offers degree preparation programmes for students wanting to study at the University of Leicester. We have a proven track record in providing international students with sound academic knowledge, a high level of English language proficiency and effective study skills so that you transition smoothly to university studies. Once you complete your programme and achieve the required grades, you can progress to the University. The International Foundation Year leads to the first year, and International Year One to the second year of your chosen undergraduate degree. We limit our class sizes so that you receive individual attention from our expert tutors. We will support and work with you to ensure you do well in your studies, fulfil your potential and get the results you need. By the end of the year you will be well prepared for undergraduate study. You will study in St Georges Tower which has been newly renovated to provide state-of-the-art learning facilities, and a high quality learning experience. It is in a fantastic location in the heart of Leicester, close to the amenities of the bustling city centre and the train station, and only 20 minutes’ walk away from the University of Leicester campus. As well as studying at our purpose-built and well-equipped centre, you’ll also be part of the University from day one. You will have access to an extensive range of facilities on campus, including the library, subject resources, sport facilities and the Students’ Union. We want our students to have fun outside of their studies and we’ll encourage you to take full advantage of living in Leicester. As soon as you arrive, you’ll feel welcome within our international community and we’ll do everything we can to help you settle into your new environment. Our close working relationship with all departments at the University ensures a smooth transition to undergraduate study for all successful students. James Kingscote, Head of Centre For more information www.le.ac.uk/isc 92%of ISC students agreed/strongly agreed that they were satisfied with the quality of the course in 2015 84%of ISC students who completed their course were offered a place on a degree course at the University of Leicester in 2015 53%of progressed ISC student graduated from the University of Leicester with a First or Upper Second class degree in 2015 Success starts here Take the first step on a journey towards a prestigious degree from a highly-ranked university.
  10. 10. 10  www.le.ac.uk/isc International Foundation Year What you will study The programme is carefully designed to provide you with a solid knowledge of your subject area combined with English language proficiency and the study skills you will need to succeed at university. Modules are taught by our experienced tutors who are all experts in their subject area. University-style teaching The International Study Centre provides a learning environment similar to that which you will experience on your degree. You will undertake directed self-study and participate in classroom sessions, tutorials, seminars and lectures. Regular assessment To ensure you make steady progress throughout the International Foundation Year, we’ll give you regular assessments. This includes exams, coursework, presentations and extended essays. The International Foundation Year programme is designed to provide you with a pathway to undergraduate degree study at the University of Leicester. After you complete the programme, you will be able to progress to the first year. Available routes xx Economics and Management xx Engineering and Technology xx Science xx Society and Culture
  11. 11. www.le.ac.uk/isc  11 English Language Preparation (ELP) If you do not have the required level of English language to start the International Foundation Year, you can take our ELP course first. The course is designed to help you make good progress in each of the core English skills so that you develop a fully-rounded language proficiency. You will need a minimum IELTS score of 4.0 in all skills to start the ELP course. International Foundation Year key facts Entry dates September or January Course length 3 terms: September to June or January to August Entry requirements Academic: Good high school graduation grades or equivalent English language: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 in writing) Age: Students must be at least 17 years of age For country-specific entry requirements visit www.le.ac.uk/isc The teachers were great. They are really friendly and approachable. They were willing to go that extra mile to make sure that you understood everything. They offer one-to-one help if you need that extra push. They really helped me to strive for the best. Without them, I don’t think I would have pushed myself to do really well. Justine from the Philippines International Foundation Year - Science Now studying BSc Medical Biochemistry Study plan options IELTS or equivalent June September January June August September 5.0 (5.0 in writing) Start undergraduate degree 5.0 (5.0 in writing) 4.0 (4.0 in all skills) 4.0 (4.0 in all skills) International Foundation Year English Language Preparation Vacation
  12. 12. 12  www.le.ac.uk/isc Economics and Management Degree highlights Economics xx The Department of Economics offers high quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, led by cutting-edge research in the fields of business, economics and finance xx You will be taught by leading experts who have both an excellent academic reputation and real-world experience xx Excellent facilities, including 12 Bloomberg terminals allowing you to see how traders work xx Students on some degree programmes will have the opportunity to study the syllabus for the Claritas Investment certificate, run by the Chartered Financial Analysis Institute xx Popular seminar programme delivered by our team and guest speakers from prestigious institutions around the world xx Example employers: Accenture, Bank of England, Barclays, Cancer Research, Deloitte, HSBC, Ingenious Media, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, Network Rail, PricewaterhouseCoopers, RBS. Management Studies xx We are known for the ‘Leicester model’ of management studies – an approach that challenges the status quo and seeks to give voice to those who are traditionally overlooked in global management and organisational processes xx Our unique, multi-disciplinary approach to management draws on anthropology, cultural studies, economics, sociology, politics and psychology – as well as traditional management theories xx We are ranked 12th for Business and Management Studies by the Guardian University Guide 2015 xx Example employers: Allianz Insurance, Bank of New York and Mellon, BMW, Cogent Elliott, Deloitte, Henkel, NHS Professionals, Royal Mail Group, Saint-Gobain, Source Marketing Direct, Svenska Handelsbanken. What will you study? Core modules English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3 You will develop your English communication skills and learn a range of study skills, including writing and reading strategies, presentation and seminar participation, organisation of time and materials, meeting deadlines and responding to feedback. You will then be able to use English language in your own academic work, give presentations and contribute to seminar discussions, take notes from lectures, plan and write well-structured academic essays. Core Mathematics* This module contains algebra and statistics. You will develop your knowledge and understanding of mathematical terms and techniques and apply these to solving problems. Project Study, including Computing (word-processing) Skills You will complete a self-study project on a topic of your choice that relates to the degree programme that you will undertake. The University has amazing facilities and great location in England - together with the academic quality here, I am sure to do well in my studies. Aldo from Mexico Now studying BA Management Studies 82%Employability 89%of students studying Economics were satisfied overall with their course (National Student Survey) *Students opting to do some BSc degrees will study Core Mathematics module and take the Core Mathematics final exam. In addition, these students will also need to take the Pure Mathematics 1 final exam. Students will be offered extra support to do this.
  13. 13. www.le.ac.uk/isc  13 Route modules Business and the Modern Market Economy You will study the operational and strategic problems facing business people in the modern market economy. You will focus on a wide range of issues, such as management, human resource practice, marketing and ethical aspects. Economics 1 You will gain an understanding of economics systems, types of goods, allocation of resources, elasticity, price controls, types of markets, cost and revenue, economies of scale and market failure. Economics 2 You will look at aggregate demand and aggregate supply, economic policies, inflation, unemployment, international trade and development economics. Globalisation and Global Issues You will be introduced to the study and analysis of problems, issues and dynamics that have come to shape contemporary political life and society at the international, transnational and global levels. You will consider the cause and effects of globalisation. Introduction to Financial Accountancy You will study double entry bookkeeping, preparation of trial balances, profit and loss statements, depreciation, limited companies, manufacturing accounts and interpretation of accounts. For more information www.leicesterisc.com/international-foundation- year/economics-and-management
  14. 14. 14  www.le.ac.uk/isc Degree highlights Engineering xx Our degrees have all been accredited by an appropriate engineering institution xx A broad range of research expertise, including bioengineering, control systems, power electronics, embedded systems, thermofluids and mechanics of material xx Teaching is led by our research, which means that you will be taught by academic staff who are leading developments in engineering xx Our degrees feature guest lectures by leading engineers from internationally renowned companies, such as Rolls-Royce xx The contact time you will have with teaching staff is significantly higher than in other UK universities xx Our student motor-racing society, Leicester Racing, competes with other universities in Formula Student events xx Example employers: Aero Engine Controls, Alstom, Atkins, Jaguar Land Rover, Lockheed Martin, Ministry of Defence, Noble Group, Rolls Royce, Triumph, Ultra Electronics, Cavendish Nuclear, Broadcom. Mathematics xx You can pursue your individual interests through our wide range of optional modules xx We regularly host national and international mathematics conferences, which attract leading speakers from across the globe xx Training in computing and programming is available for all students, helping you develop workplace skills xx Example employers: Amazon, AXA, BBC, Deloitte, E.ON, Ernst Young, Experian, FDM Group, GDF Suez, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Santander, Telefonica, Transport for London. Engineering and Technology What will you study? Core modules English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3 You will develop your English communication skills and learn a range of study skills, including writing and reading strategies, presentation and seminar participation, organisation of time and materials, meeting deadlines and responding to feedback. You will then be able to use English language in your own academic work, give presentations and contribute to seminar discussions, take notes from lectures, plan and write well-structured academic essays. Pure Mathematics 1 You will study straight lines and linear equations, set theory and probability, statistics, linear programming, indices and logarithms as well as experimental laws. Project Study, including Computing (word-processing) Skills You will complete a self-study project on a topic of your choice that relates to the degree programme that you will undertake.  5th Physics Guardian University Guide 2016  14th Mathematics Guardian University Guide 2016  18th General Engineering Guardian University Guide 2016 The tutors are always there when you need help. They encourage students to focus on their studies and prepare them to face the exams. Haroun from Tanzania Now studying BEng Aerospace Engineering
  15. 15. www.le.ac.uk/isc  15 Route modules Mechanics 1 You will study vectors, forces and equilibrium, relative motion, Newton’s Laws of Motion, friction and work, energy and power. Mechanics 2 You will continue your study of mechanics by examining advanced vectors, forces as fixed vectors, centres of gravity/centres of mass and particle dynamics. Physics 1 You will concentrate on sound, reflection, refraction, interference, diffraction, electromagnetic waves, strengths of solids, fluids, heat and gases and the structure of the atom. Physics 2 You will examine electrical current and charge, potential difference, resistance, capacitance, transistors and amplifiers, electrical fields, gravitational fields, magnetic fields and electromagnetic fields. Pure Mathematics 2 You will look at further algebra, co-ordinate geometry, trigonometry, differentiation, integration, numerical methods and vectors. For more information www.leicesterisc.com/international-foundation- year/engineering-and-technology
  16. 16. 16  www.le.ac.uk/isc Science What will you study? Core modules English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3 You will develop your English communication skills and learn a range of study skills, including writing and reading strategies, presentation and seminar participation, organisation of time and materials, meeting deadlines and responding to feedback. You will then be able to use English language in your own academic work, give presentations and contribute to seminar discussions, take notes from lectures, plan and write well-structured academic essays. Pure Mathematics 1 You will study straight lines and linear equations, set theory and probability, statistics, linear programming, indices and logarithms as well as experimental laws. Project Study, including Computing (word-processing) Skills You will complete a self-study project on a topic of your choice that relates to the degree programme that you will undertake. Research is a key part of our department. Most of our professors are doing current research when they’re not conducting lectures. Justine from the Philippines Now studying BSc Medical Biochemistry Degree highlights Biological Sciences xx The University is ranked 16th for Biosciences in the UK Guardian University Guide 2016 xx 94% of students were satisfied with their course (NSS, 2014) xx We have well-equipped laboratories, giving you experience of specialist techniques, e.g. electron microscopy, NMR or PCR xx Example employers: Allianz, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, Ernst and Young, Harlan Laboratories, NHS, Siemens, Wildlife Trust. Chemistry xx All degrees accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry xx Equipment in our spacious teaching laboratories includes spectrometers and gas/liquid chromatographs through to high-field NMR spectrometers, atomic force microscopes, high-resolution mass spectrometers, and an X-ray diffractometer xx Our research areas include atmospheric chemistry, chemical biology, materials and interfaces, spectroscopy and dynamics, and sustainable synthesis and catalysis xx Example employers: EPAX Pharma, Innova Systems, NHS, STP Limited, Unilever, Unipart Logistics, West House. Psychology xx Degrees are accredited as conferring eligibility for Graduate Membership of the BPS xx You can conduct your own research, from design right through to analysis of data and write-up xx Our degrees are flexible, allowing you to select optional modules that reflect your own interests xx State-of-the-art facilities with specialist equipment including eye trackers, two EEG labs, and a virtual reality laboratory xx Example employers: British Gas, Educational Excellence and Wellbeing, Ministry of Defence, NHS. 3rd Anatomy Physiology Guardian University Guide 2016  10th Forensic Science Archaeology Guardian University Guide 2016
  17. 17. www.le.ac.uk/isc  17 Route modules Biology 1 You will look at biological molecules, cellular structure, cell division, movement through cell membranes, enzymes and metabolic pathways. Biology 2 You will gain an understanding of the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the digestive system, osmo-regulation, control and coordination and reproduction. Chemistry 1 You will study formulae, equations and moles, atomic structure, introduction to redox systems, thermodynamics and bonding. Chemistry 2 You will examine equilibriums, acid-base equilibrium, kinetics and organic chemistry. Further Studies in Biology Chemistry You will study genetics, ecology and plant biology plus inorganic chemistry, oxidation/reduction reactions and transition element chemistry. For more information www.leicesterisc.com/ international-foundation-year/science
  18. 18. 18  www.le.ac.uk/isc Degree highlights Law xx Work closely with a supervising solicitor and barrister and gain practical work experience with the Legal Advice Clinic xx Annual Law Fair attracts over 40 law firms and other graduate employers, as well as providers of the LPC, BPTC and LLM qualifications xx Example employers: British Council, Campbell Hooper Co., EDF Energy, Ernst Young, Hart Publishing, Keoghs Solicitors. Media and Communication xx Excellent facilities, including professional video, sound and editing equipment xx You can enhance your practical skills through the Students’ Union newspaper, a campus newspaper, and radio and television stations xx We organise external speaker events, industry visits, career development training and other initiatives in collaboration with local and national media organisations xx Example employers: American Express, BBC, E.ON Energy, HMRC, Lloyds Bank, Sky Media, Transport for London. Sociology xx 90% of our 2014/15 graduates were in employment or further education six months after graduating xx Staff members regularly contribute to major national and international journals and have authored or edited nearly 50 books xx Example employers: British Gas, DAO Associates, NIACE, Spirus. Society and Culture What will you study? Core modules English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3 You will develop your English communication skills and learn a range of study skills, including writing and reading strategies, presentation and seminar participation, organisation of time and materials, meeting deadlines and responding to feedback. You will then be able to use English language in your own academic work, give presentations and contribute to seminar discussions, take notes from lectures, plan and write well-structured academic essays. Core Mathematics* This module contains algebra and statistics. You will develop your knowledge and understanding of mathematical terms and techniques and apply these to solving problems. Project Study, including Computing (word-processing) Skills You will complete a self-study project on a topic of your choice that relates to the degree programme that you will undertake.  18th Politics Guardian University Guide 2016  18th Sociology Guardian University Guide 2016 13st Communication and Media Studies Complete University Guide The ISC expanded my horizons by leaps and bounds. I’ve got friends from every corner of the world and I absolutely love learning more about their cultures. Alex from Singapore Now studying LLB Law *Students opting to do some BSc degrees will study Core Mathematics module and take the Core Mathematics final exam. In addition, these students will also need to take the Pure Mathematics 1 final exam. Students will be offered extra support to do this.
  19. 19. www.le.ac.uk/isc  19 Route modules Business and the Modern Market Economy You will study the operational and strategic problems facing business people in the modern market economy. You will focus on a wide range of issues, such as management, human resource practice, marketing and ethical aspects. Economics 1 You will gain an understanding of economics systems, types of goods, allocation of resources, elasticity, price controls, types of markets, cost and revenue, economies of scale and market failure. Globalisation and Global Issues You will be introduced to the study and analysis of problems, issues and dynamics that have come to shape contemporary political life and society at international, transnational and global levels. You will consider the causes and effects of globalisation. Media and Society You will be introduced to the key concepts in a range of media activities and consider the role and impact of the media in the context of the wider society. Law You will be provided with a basic grounding in the institutions, procedures, methodology and traditions of English Law and the legal system. You will study how the law is made and applied and the constitutional context in which it operates. For more information www.leicesterisc.com/international-foundation- year/society-and-culture
  20. 20. 20  www.le.ac.uk/isc International Year One
  21. 21. www.le.ac.uk/isc  21 Study plan options IELTS or equivalent June September January June August September 5.5 (5.5 in writing) Start year two of undergraduate degree5.5 (5.5 in writing) International Year One Vacation Available routes xx Management Studies What you will study The programme is carefully designed to provide you with a solid knowledge of your subject area combined with English language proficiency and the study skills you will need to succeed at university. Modules are taught by our experienced tutors who are all experts in their subject area. University-style teaching The International Study Centre provides a learning environment similar to that which you will experience on your degree. You’ll participate in tutorials, seminars and lectures which will simulate the style of teaching you will experience on your degree programme. You will also undertake directed self-study. Regular assessment To ensure you make steady progress throughout the International Year One, we’ll give you regular assessments. This includes exams, coursework assessment, presentations and extended essays. International Year One key facts Entry dates September or January Course length 3 terms Entry requirements Academic: Good high school graduation grades or equivalent academic study plus up to one year of further study English language: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in writing) Age: Students must be at least 18 years of age For country-specific entry requirements visit www.le.ac.uk/isc The International Year One programme is designed to provide international students with a pathway to undergraduate degree study at the University of Leicester. After you complete the programme, provided that you achieve the required grades, you will be able to progress to the second year. We get to know people from all over the world. At the same time, because you need to speak English, it’s a great way to improve your communication skills and English. Tin from Hong Kong International Foundation Year - Economics and Management
  22. 22. 22  www.le.ac.uk/isc Degree highlights xx We are known for the ‘Leicester model’ of management studies – an approach that challenges the status quo and seeks to give voice to those who are traditionally overlooked in global management and organisational processes xx Our unique, multi-disciplinary approach to management draws on anthropology, cultural studies, economics, sociology, politics and psychology – as well as traditional management theories xx We are ranked 12th for Business and Management Studies by the Guardian University Guide 2015 xx Example employers: Allianz Insurance, Bank of New York and Mellon, BMW, CarnaudMetalbox Engineering, Cogent Elliott, Deloitte, Henkel, NHS Professionals, Royal Mail Group, Saint-Gobain, Source Marketing Direct, Svenska Handelsbanken. Management Studies What will you study? Core modules English Skills for Academic Study 1, 2, 3 You will develop your English communication skills and learn a range of study skills, including writing and reading strategies, presentation and seminar participation, organisation of time and materials, meeting deadlines and responding to feedback. You will then be able to use English language in your own academic work, give presentations and contribute to seminar discussions, take notes from lectures, plan and write well-structured academic essays. Economics for Management This module aims to explore the sweeping global economic changes that have taken place over the past three or four decades and examine the nature of markets and their increasing role in people’s lives. Foundations of Knowledge You will explore four key foundations of knowledge; the production of knowledge claims; the relationship between knowledge and persuasion by focussing attention on rhetoric; the political, economic and institutional context within which learning, education and knowledge production takes place; philosophy as a core foundation of knowledge including ‘epistemology’. Foundations of Management You will be introduced to key concepts and theories essential to undertaking management studies. It draws upon a range of perspectives from across the social sciences and the humanities. The BA in Management Studies (including its three variants) can lead to additional postgraduate professional qualifications from organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Marketing, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the various professional accountancy bodies. Coming to the ISC was one of the best decisions that I ever made. It gets you ready for life at university and gives you a lot of confidence. Manal from India Now studying BA Management Studies
  23. 23. www.le.ac.uk/isc  23 Information Technology This module provides you with a practical introduction to IT skills and how they are used in an academic and learning context. It looks at the role IT plays in management, as well as its limitations. Introduction to Accountancy You will be introduced to bookkeeping concepts and how these are used to produce financial statements. It introduces you to statement analysis to determine profitability and also some academic criticism of accounting information and models. Introduction to Marketing You will be introduced to the fundamental concepts and principles that underpin the marketing process. In addition, it examines the role and practice of marketing within the changing business environment and will provide all learners with a concise and contemporary overview of marketing. Quantitative Methods This module will help you gain an appreciation of the theoretical and practical considerations necessary to effectively conduct quantitative research and analyse quantitative data for academic purposes. You will learn how to evaluate the use of quantitative research and analysis in applied professional management contexts. For more information www.leicesterisc.com/international-year-one
  24. 24. 24  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourDegree
  25. 25. www.le.ac.uk/isc  25 Your degree, your choice Once you progress to the University, you can choose whether to study one or two subjects. This means you will be able to develop knowledge and skills tailored to your interests, strengths and career aspirations. Single Honours Degree (100%) Allows you to specialise in one subject. You can gain professional accreditation and recognition through certain courses that can be vital to your career path. Joint Honours Degree (50%-50%) Allows you to split your time equally between the subjects and blend two areas of interest. You will gain a wealth of knowledge, and expand your career opportunities. Major/Minor Honours Degree (75%-25%) Allows you to study a core area in depth, while also exploring an additional area. This opportunity to widen your skills and demonstrate your ability to think differently will help your career prospects. I chose Leicester because Leicester is a safe town and the University is ranked really highly. Fatima from Sudan International Foundation Year - Society and Culture For more information www.le.ac.uk/pathways https://le.ac.uk/student-life/undergraduates/pathways
  26. 26. 26  www.le.ac.uk/isc Department Programmes Pathway International Foundation Year Archaeology Archaeology BA*^ All Ancient History and Archaeology BA Biosciences Biological Sciences BSc Science Biological Sciences (Biochemistry) BSc Biological Sciences (Genetics) BSc Biological Sciences (Microbiology) BSc Biological Sciences (Neuroscience) BSc Biological Sciences (Physiology with Pharmacology) BSc Biological Sciences (Zoology) BSc Medical Biochemistry BSc Medical Genetics BSc Medical Microbiology BSc Medical Physiology BSc Chemistry Chemistry BSc Science Chemistry with Forensic Science BSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry BSc Chemistry MChem Chemistry with Forensic Science MChem Pharmaceutical Chemistry MChem Computer Science Computer Science MComp All Computer Science BSc Computing BSc Computing with Management BSc Economics Banking and Finance BA All Business Economics BA Economics BA Economics and Accounting BA Financial Economics BA Banking and Finance BSc Business Economics BSc Economics BSc Economics and Accounting BSc Financial Economics BSc Criminology Criminology BSc All Engineering Aerospace BEng Engineering and Technology Communications and Electronic BEng Electrical and Electronic BEng General BEng Mechanical BEng Software and Electronic BEng Aerospace MEng Communications and Electronic MEng Electrical and Electronic MEng General MEng Mechanical MEng Software and Electronic MEng Geography Human Geography BA AllGeography BA Geography BSc Physical Geography BSc Science Geology Geology BSc Engineering and Technology Science Geology with Palaeobiology BSc Geology with Applied and Environmental Geology BSc Geology MGeol Geology with Palaeobiology MGeol Geology with Applied and Environmental Geology MGeol Geology with Geophysics BSc Engineering and Technology Geology with Geophysics MGeol History History BA* All Contemporary History BA History and Politics BA History and American Studies BA History and Archaeology BA Ancient History and History BA Degree options
  27. 27. www.le.ac.uk/isc  27 Department Programmes Pathway History of Art and Film Film Studies and the Visual Arts BA AllFilm and Media Studies BA History of Art BA*^ Law English and French Law LLB/Maitrise All Law LLB Law with Politics LLB Law with a Modern Language LLB Management Management Studies BA*^ All Management Studies (Finance) BA Management Studies (Marketing) BA Management Studies (Organisation Studies) BA Management Studies with Politics BA Management Studies and Economics BA Accounting and Finance BSc*^ Mathematics Mathematics MMath Engineering and Technology Mathematics BSc* Mathematics BA Financial Mathematics BSc Mathematics and Actuarial Science BSc Mathematics with Economics BSc Mathematics with Management BSc Media and Communications Media and Communication BA All Media and Society BA Modern Languages European Studies BA All French and Italian BA French and Spanish BA Italian and Spanish BA Modern Language Studies BA Translation and Interpreting BA Modern Languages and Translation BA Modern Languages with Translation BA International Communication and Culture BA Modern Languages with Management BA Modern Languages with Management Modern Languages with Film Studies BA Natural Sciences Natural Sciences BSc Engineering and Technology Natural Sciences MSci Natural Sciences BSc Science Natural Sciences MSci Physics Physics BSc* Engineering and Technology Physics MPhys Physics with Astrophysics BSc Physics with Astrophysics MPhys Physics with Nanotechnology BSc Physics with Nanotechnology MPhys Physics with Planetary Science MPhys Physics with Space Science and Technology BSc Physics with Space Science and Technology MPhys Politics and International Relations Politics BA*^ All International Relations BA*^ International Relations and History BA Politics and Sociology BA Politics and Economics BA Psychology Psychology BSc All Applied Psychology BSc Psychology with Cognitive Neuroscience BSc Psychology with Sociology BSc Sociology Sociology BA*^ All International Year One Management Studies Management Studies BA IY1 only Management Studies (Finance) BA Management Studies (Marketing) BA Management Studies (Organisation Studies) BA *Also available as Major subject (Major subjects account for 75% of degree). ^Also available as Minor subject (Minor subjects account for 25% of degree). Please note not all combinations are possible. For more information www.le.ac.uk/pathways
  28. 28. 28  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourUniversity Campus
  29. 29. www.le.ac.uk/isc  29 Our campus offers the best of both worlds It’s compact so nothing is more than a few minutes’ walk away, but we’re also located within easy reach of the city centre. The campus architecture ranges from the Georgian grandeur of the Fielding Johnson Building to the state-of-the-art David Wilson Library. The University’s distinctive silhouette is formed by three towers, which include the world-famous Engineering Building. The campus is located beside Victoria Park so there’s plenty of green space too. The campus has all you need - a bookshop and other shops, a bank, restaurants, cafés and bars, Students’ Union, O2 Academy Leicester, arts centre, sports hall, Accommodation Office, International Office, Career Development Service, and Welfare Service. We’re committed to sustainability in everything that we do. All new developments are designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible, including features such as solar panels, rainwater harvesting, sustainable materials and natural ventilation. A recent investment of £55 million, combined with our £1 billion development plan, supports our ongoing campus development. This ensures we can provide world-class resources that meet the needs of our ambitious students. The library is big and it has all of the books that I need. It’s quiet and there’s a lot of study space. Langiwe from Zambia International Foundation Year - Economics and Management For more information le.ac.uk/student-life/campus
  30. 30. 30  www.le.ac.uk/isc Academic facilities The award-winning David Wilson Library is a light, airy, five-storey building providing state-of-the art facilities. Self-service loan and return, group study rooms, hundreds of PCs, netbook loans, wireless access, a staffed Help Zone in the Library and online, plus a bookshop and café create a first-class study environment. Our librarians provide advice on finding and using information, and help you make the most of the resources available. Subject resources We have the latest technology and resources from high-end laboratory equipment, to software for data analysis. Our Virtual Learning Environment, Blackboard, provides handy resources such as discussion forums, web links or podcast lectures. For more information www.le.ac.uk/library
  31. 31. www.le.ac.uk/isc  31 The teachers were really supportive, like a family. You feel at home and they give you their full support. You feel like someone is backing you up no matter what happens. Alexandra from Hong Kong International Foundation Year - Science Now studying BSc Psychology with Neuroscience Supporting you every step of the way To make sure that your time at Leicester will be as happy and fulfilling as possible we have support and advice on hand if you need it. The Learning Development Team runs workshops and provides online guides and consultations to help you to develop your academic skills. The AccessAbility Centre offers a wide range of support services to disabled students. The Student Welfare Service provides guidance, information and support on practical issues, including finance and advice for international students. The Healthy Living Service provides direction to appropriate health care and co-ordinates events to support a balanced lifestyle. The Counselling Service offers confidential emotional support, and the Mental Wellbeing Service offers support and advice if you find yourself experiencing mental health difficulties that are affecting your studies. The Chaplaincy is a place to meet new friends, relax, pray and discuss faith. It welcomes everyone regardless of faith. For more information www.le.ac.uk/succeedinyourstudies www.le.ac.uk/accessability www.le.ac.uk/welfare www.le.ac.uk/counselling www.le.ac.uk/chaplaincy
  32. 32. 32  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourStudent Life
  33. 33. www.le.ac.uk/isc  33 Make your experience at Leicester special As well as studying, your time at university is about making friends, exploring ideas and discovering new hobbies. The University of Leicester Students’ Union is here to support you in every aspect of university life, whether that’s course-related, financial or personal. It is run by students, for students and it aims to ensure that you will have the best possible experience at Leicester. The Students’ Union is housed in the Percy Gee building. At the heart of it is the Square, which is the perfect place to relax and catch-up with your friends. The Union provides opportunities such as clubs and societies, academic advice and support services, and student-friendly shops and bars on campus. The fantastic music venue, O2 Academy Leicester, is also located in the Students’ Union building. Joining a group is a great way to meet like-minded people, try something new, have fun, and develop your skills. We offer over 150 student groups and societies, so there’s something for everyone! Our Education Unit offers study advice, a range of workshops and one-to-one sessions, and the Welfare Services and Nightline volunteers are always there to support you if you need someone to talk to. Our two state-of-the-art sports facilities provide everything you need, from gyms and swimming pools to fitness classes. You can also join one of our sport teams, including American football, basketball, cricket, tennis and mountaineering, to name just a few. The University’s own arts centre, The Attenborough Arts Centre offers a vibrant programme of events, courses and exhibitions in its new gallery and performance spaces. The Students’ Union is another good thing, it is a place where students can hang out and socialise. Ndaye from Nigeria International Foundation Year - Economics and Management Now studying BA Management Studies (Finance) For more information www.leicesterunion.com www.attenborougharts.com www.o2academyleicester.co.uk
  34. 34. 34  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourAccommodation Studying in a new country is an exciting experience that will stay with you for life. Living together with other international students is a great way to settle in, meet people from different countries and make friends. Students at the ISC can choose to live in newly- renovated student accommodation in St Georges Tower in Leicester city centre, which is located in the same building as the ISC, or in a University of Leicester residence. The accommodation at St Georges Tower is managed by Sodexo. Each room has a television, Wi-Fi access, shower room, WC, and a kitchenette with a fridge, a cooker and a microwave. St Georges Tower has a common room that has a television, vending machines, table tennis and other games. You can access this communal area on evenings and weekends to socialise and have fun with fellow residents.
  35. 35. www.le.ac.uk/isc  35 My accommodation is perfect and ideal for a student. From my room to my classroom it only takes two minutes, it’s convenient in every way. Warren from Zambia International Foundation Year - Science By living in St Georges Tower, you will benefit from being very close to your classrooms as well as just a 20 minute walk from the University of Leicester campus. You will also have easy access to a wide range of restaurants, cafés and supermarkets in the city centre. As the accommodation is situated in a high-rise building, you will be able to enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the city. The reception at St Georges Tower is staffed by Sodexo 24/7 which means there is always someone available to assist you. University halls of residence are also available and provide comfortable and safe accommodation. You can choose from catered, self-catered, standard or en-suite. For more information www.le.ac.uk/isc/accommodation
  36. 36. 36  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourCity
  37. 37. www.le.ac.uk/isc  37 Leicester is a vibrant and multicultural city Thanks to its friendliness and energetic atmosphere, the city attracts students from all over the world. Leicester enjoys all the advantages of a major city without being too big. It’s easy to navigate and you’ll soon feel at home. Our International Study Centre is located within the city centre, which means you will have convenient access to all the wonderful things Leicester has to offer. Leicester has a large student population, which gives the city a young and lively atmosphere. Whether you enjoy shopping, culture or sports, you’ll find a huge choice of fun activities for when you want a break from your studies. Leicester is the most affordable city for first-year students (HSBC research). Leicester is in the centre of England and is well-connected by road, rail and air. London is just over an hour away by train, and many other places of interest are within easy reach, including Stratford-upon-Avon (the birthplace of William Shakespeare), Oxford and Cambridge. If you want to visit other countries or travel home during the holidays, Birmingham and Heathrow airports are also close by, making the city easily accessible from other parts of the world. Leicester is culturally diverse. You can find people from many backgrounds. I like Leicester because it’s very small and it’s a student-oriented city. It’s very easy to talk to people and make friends. Manal from India International Foundation Year – Economics and Management Now studying BA Management Studies
  38. 38. 38  www.le.ac.uk/isc Shopping and eating You will find everything you need in The Highcross Shopping Centre. For something more unusual, take a wander around The Lanes where there are great boutiques and speciality shops, or visit Leicester Market – the largest outdoor covered market in Europe. There are lots of places in the city centre where you can socialise with your friends. Near the University campus, Queens Road is a favourite with students. It offers quirky bars and shops with a relaxed feel. Leicester’s cultural diversity is reflected in the wide range of foods available, with restaurants representing all corners of the world. The Golden Mile on Belgrave Road is famous for authentic Indian restaurants. Arts and culture Leicester offers you a fantastic chance to experience art and many different cultural celebrations. You can see theatre and musicals at Curve and De Montfort Hall, enjoy live music at numerous venues around Leicester, visit an art exhibition at the University’s Attenborough Arts Centre, and watch movies in Showcase De Lux and Phoenix Square. Leicester’s Diwali (the festival of light) celebrations are the largest outside India, and the UK’s second biggest Caribbean Carnival in August has an amazing party atmosphere. You can explore Leicester’s history, including its Roman origins and associations with King Richard III, through its museums such as New Walk Museum and Art Gallery near the campus.
  39. 39. www.le.ac.uk/isc  39 Sport in Leicester Leicester is a city of sporting excellence. Leicester City Football Club plays in the Premier League against the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal; Leicester Tigers is England’s most successful rugby club; and our basketball team, Leicester Riders, are recent British Basketball League (BBL), Play off and Cup champions. Many other sport interests are catered for in the city and surrounding areas, including cricket, golf, Speedway, athletics, cycling, sailing and windsurfing.
  40. 40. 40  www.le.ac.uk/isc YourApplication CONFIRM · Sign any confirmation documentation and academic declaration · Once we have received payment (details will be provided in your Offer Letter) your agent or Student Enrolment Adviser can assist you through the visa process · You have a legal right to cancel your place up to 14 days after acceptance of our offer of a place. BEFORE YOU ARRIVE · Please notify us or your agent when you receive your visa · We will then inform you / your agent about accommodation and any additional payments required · Please ensure you have requested all original academic records to bring with you · Please complete the online pre-arrival form. WHEN YOU ARRIVE Make sure you have the following essential items with you: · Your passport* · Visa/Home Office letter* · CAS* · Offer letter* · Accommodation documents* · Your qualification certificates · A sponsor letter (if you are being sponsored) · Passport-sized photographs · Essential toiletries and medications. *These items should be packed in your hand luggage. We send a pre-arrival document to all students, so you should have everything you need to know. This can also be found on our website. We look forward to welcoming you. CONTACT US Via your Agent Your agent will help you with any queries you may have and can guide you through our process or talk to our Admissions Department on your behalf. Direct How to contact the International Study Centre: Enquire online le.ac.uk/isc By telephone United Kingdom – Student Enrolment Adviser + 44 (0) 1273 339333 (Please omit the zero if dialling from outside the UK) Our Student Enrolment Advisers speak a variety of languages, and understand several more. We will do our best to contact you in your preferred language. Social Media Why not join our social media community and see what life is like at the University of Leicester before you arrive? facebook.com/iscleicester Supporting document checklist • Relevant academic transcripts • Certificate of English • Copy of passport • References (where applicable) • Copies of visas if you previously studied in the UK. Apply via your local agent 1. Your agent will help you complete an application form and advise you of our Terms Conditions. Please ensure you understand them 2. You will need to have supporting documents for scanning 3. Your agent will receive an email from our admissions department confirming if you have been offered a place Application checklist and required documentation: Apply online 1. Visit the website and complete all sections of the online application form. Please read our Terms Conditions carefully 2. Upload your scanned supporting documents 3. Save the completed form and simply await a decision from our Admissions Team. IF YOU RECEIVE AN OFFER YOU WILL BE GUIDED THROUGH THE NEXT STEPS You can apply to the University of Leicester International Study Centre through your local education agent or directly via our website.
  41. 41. www.le.ac.uk/isc  41 Disclaimer This brochure is issued for the general guidance of students considering entry to the International Study Centre, based at the University of Leicester, from September 2016. The information is correct at the time of going to press and the programmes and services described herein are those which Study Group is planning to offer. We make every effort to ensure that the content of our prospectus, website and other materials is accurate. However, on occasion it may be necessary to alter certain aspects of a module or programme, for example if changes are required to meet external requirements; or if programmes are over-subscribed and the quality of teaching would be adversely affected as a result. In such circumstances we may have to alter the timetable, change the teaching location of the programme or, in extreme cases, cancel or substantially amend the content of the programme. Should any of these changes become necessary, we will give you as much notice as possible before they come into effect and ensure that any disruption to your studies is minimised. If your programme is cancelled, we will work in consultation with you to offer a suitable alternative, subject to meeting the admission requirements for that programme or the opportunity to obtain a refund of any advance payments you have made for the programme. The alternative programme may not be at the same ISC as the original offer. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information relating to the University of Leicester in this prospectus at the time of going to print. The University aims to provide the programmes and facilities as described in this prospectus, but reserves the right to withdraw or to make alterations to courses and facilities if necessary. For the most up-to-date course information, please visit the University’s website at www.le.ac.uk/isc and use the course search function. Study Group strongly recommends that immediately prior to making any application to / or accepting any offer from Study Group you should refer to the most up-to-date version of the programme descriptions and specifications and the regulations on the University of Leicester International Study Centre website at www.le.ac.uk/isc. You must have Personal Insurance It is essential that international students have the protection of personal insurance whilst in the UK. To cover you as a student at the International Study Centre (ISC), you may purchase our ‘Study Care’ insurance cover. This policy will cover you for loss of personal possessions, travel delay, as well as providing medical insurance until the end of your ISC academic programme. You can purchase Study Care Insurance as part of your application process. If you prefer not to take out Study Care insurance, you must provide proof of alternative adequate insurance cover. For more information www.le.ac.uk/isc
  42. 42. 42  www.le.ac.uk/isc Leicester City Centre arily outh ospital est outh y ad West y ad West hton Br Ho Leicester City Centre Location of University Departments not primarily housed on Campus Departments/buildings Location Beaumont Digby Hall Stoughton Drive South Brookfield House 266 London Road Cancer Studies Molecular Robert Kilpatrik Medicine (Dept. Admin.) Clinical Sciences Cardiovascular Sciences Glenfield General Hospital (Dept. Admin.) Childrens Cancer 9 Princess Road West Leukemia Group Conference Services Stamford Hall Stoughton Drive South Gilbert Murray Stamford Hall Manor Road, Oadby Health Sciences 22-28 Princess Road West (Dept. Admin.) John Foster Hall Manor Road, Oadby Nuffield Community Care 22-28 Princess Road West Studies Unit Opal Court Lancaster Road Sports Recreation Manor Road/Stoughton Road Stamford Hall Stoughton Drive South Student Health Service 203 Victoria Park Road Brookfield House YourMap
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  44. 44. 20840:03.16 * 2 0 8 4 0 * Join our social media community facebook.com/iscleicester youtube.com/iscleicester Contact details To apply, or for further information, please contact: Admissions Centre le.ac.uk/isc/admissions University of Leicester International Study Centre 1 Billinton Way Brighton, BN1 4LF United Kingdom t: +44 (0) 1273 339333 f: +44 (0) 1273 339334 w: www.le.ac.uk/isc University of Leicester International Study Centre is part of Study Group, a global leader in preparing students for international academic success and rewarding careers through a life-changing learning experience. We offer customised programmes across higher, language and online education starting from high school to life-long learning. Study Group taught more than 73,000 students from 145 countries across the UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in 2015.

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