University of Kent still accepting international applications for January 2016 entry

University of Kent still accepting international applications for January 2016 entry

20 October 2015

 

The University of Kent are still accepting applications for the International Foundation Programme which begins January 2016. The Centre for English and World Languages, who runs the course, are also offering a scholarship for the course, in the form of a £2,500 fee waiver, which international students are welcome to apply for.

The Social Sciences International Foundation Programme provides access to a number of degrees, including: Business and Business related modules, Psychology, Law, and Politics. 2016 also sees the introduction of a pathway to Architecture. If your interests lie elsewhere, it is possible to progress to other degree programmes. You can choose from the modules below, depending on your intended degree programme:

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