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First degrees are full time for three years or four-year sandwich course with your third year on work placement. On some courses a placement is optional, on others, compulsory. Part-time undergraduate degrees take five years. Work-based study may take longer.
A four year programme that includes an integrated foundation year.
We've developed these work related qualifications with employers to encourage talented people of all ages into higher education. If you complete the course you may be able to join the final year of an honours degree.
One year to prepare for a relevant degree.
Higher and degree apprenticeships combine work and study. Studied part-time over two or four years they offer technical knowledge and practical experience by combining on-the-job training with flexible study towards a higher education qualification, from the equivalent of a foundation degree to a full bachelor's or master's degree in some sectors.
HNDs and HNCs are vocationally oriented, validated by Edexcel. A HND can be two years full time or three years part time. HNCs are two years part time. Many HND courses offer the opportunity to move on to a degree. Some are taught at local colleges.
Integrated master's degrees are extended programmes of study which emphasise industrial relevance. They are four year full-time courses with three years at undergraduate level (minimum 360 credits) and at least one year of study (minimum 120 credits) at master's level.
A one year programme that combines English language with some subject specific modules. These courses are ideal for those needing a preparatory year of university study before joining a degree programme.
University certificates are made up of part-time modules. There are several undergraduate types:
Part-time courses are made up of modules for which you receive credits. Under the Credit Accumulation Modular Scheme (CAMS) you can accumulate them to count towards an award. By accumulating points you may be able to change routes or transfer between institutions.
If courses are described as 'subject to University approval' they are under development or going through quality assurance processes to test their academic rigour.
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