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Achieve more Fulfil your ambition for a truly prestigious degree

2017–2018


ONCAMPUS London is proud to work in partnership with six University of London Colleges to offer high-quality university preparation programmes for international students from our base at Birkbeck, University of London.


Experience more @ ONCAMPUS London ONCAMPUS London offers an aspirational and mature environment for international students, preparing you for future academic success at University of London Colleges and other top UK Universities. From our centre at Birkbeck, in the heart of the University of London, you are

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encouraged to develop the tools for success on degree programmes at top UK universities. The courses on offer are intense but rewarding and aim to challenge you to develop the personal attributes demanded by the admissions tutors of internationally renowned, research-led University of London Colleges.

Student success

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Study in the heart of academic London

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Experience more in London

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Accommodation 13 ONCAMPUS London partners

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Degree choices

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Exceptional application support

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Our programmes

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Next steps

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Application form

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Download our new Coursefinder app designed to help you discover your ideal degree at our partner universities

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“Living in London gives you lots of freedom and opportunities academically and personally to meet new people and explore the diverse environment. The teachers at ONCAMPUS London are great as they encourage you to use and apply the knowledge gained and think independently; and they support all students when adapting to the UK education system and living in a new environment.”

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“I was attracted to study at ONCAMPUS London as it had a great range of subjects and it offered a direct route to university. The UK has a great education system and culture mix which appealed to me as I wanted to broaden my knowledge. The teachers are very welcoming and inspiring and I like that you can express your opinions and you get constant feedback to make your reports and work better.”


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“London has so many opportunities and things to do with unlimited access to information from lectures, libraries and museums. My experience has been exciting with all of the new topics and modules I have studied. Even though it has been challenging at different stages, the course is very well structured and extremely interesting. After completing my degree I hope to go onto studying a Master’s Degree and go on to find a job as a Financial Analyst in London.” 05


TRACK RECORD OF SUCCESS Our students successfully progress to degree programmes at our partner University of London Colleges and top-rated universities across the UK. NAME

NATIONALITY

GRADE

UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

Kateryna Burback

Ukrainian

A*A*A

Queen Mary University of London

BA (Hons) International Relations

Salim Salah Obaid Alghoul

Emirati

A*A*A

Queen Mary University of London

BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering & Telecommunications

Chao Yang

Chinese

A*A*A

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Information & Communications Technologies

Desen Xu

Chinese

A*AA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Economics, Finance and Management

Christopher Lawrence

Dutch

A*AA

Goldsmiths, University of London

BA (Hons) Media and Communications

Nikita Manelyuk

Russian

A*AA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Economics

Deyijia Wu

Chinese

A*AB

Goldsmiths, University of London

BA (Hons) History of Art

Ameer Hamza

Pakistani

A*AB

Royal Holloway, University of London

LLB (Hons) Law

Rosheen Naveed

Pakistani

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management

Chaovatas

Thai

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Business Management

Mohamed Safwat Ibrahim

Egyptian

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Nara

South Korean

AAA

Royal Holloway, University of London

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Amal Abdullah A

Saudi Arabian

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences

Songyuan

Chinese

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Actuarial Science

Reem Jamal

Canadian

AAA

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Sciences

Yun Tien

Malaysian

AAA

Royal Holloway, University of London

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Yiu Ying Jenny

Hong Kong Chinese

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Royal Holloway, University of London

BSc (Hons) Management with International Business

Elwalid Hocine R

Algerian

AAB

Royal Holloway, University of London

LLB (Hons) Law

Agata Irena

Polish

AAB

Queen Mary University of London

BA (Hons) International Relations

Yanming

Chinese

AAB

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Chemistry

Omar

British

AAB

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management

Yuemin

Chinese

AAB

Queen Mary University of London

BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Finance & Accounting

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of students on the University of London International Foundation Programme progressed to a top 50 university including Warwick, Lancaster and King’s College London

NAME

NATIONALITY

UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

MASTER’S DEGREE

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Saudi Arabian

Queen Mary University of London

MSc Investment and Finance

Chia-Cheng

Taiwanese

Queen Mary University of London

MSc International Business

Kento

Japanese

Goldsmiths, University of London

MSc Political Communication

Junhee

South Korean

Goldsmiths, University of London

MSc Brand, Communication and Culture

Anton

Ukrainian

Queen Mary University of London

MSc Management

Fan

Chinese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MSc Project Management

Chirag Bipinbhai

Indian

Queen Mary University of London

MSc Investment Management

Jingqi

Chinese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MSc International Management

Peng-Wen

Taiwanese

Queen Mary University of London

MSc International Business

Ana Maria

Portuguese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MA Marketing

Xiao

Chinese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MSc Supply Chain Management

Haonan

Chinese

Goldsmiths, University of London

MA Television and Journalism

Ning

Taiwanese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MA Marketing

Xiaochen

Chinese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MSc Information Security

Eitaro

Japanese

Queen Mary University of London

MSc International Accounting and Finance

Seolmin

South Korean

Birkbeck, University of London

MRes Structural Biology

Min-Sheng

Taiwanese

Royal Holloway, University of London

MSc Marketing

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UK top 20 and University of London destinations 2016 In 2016 we supported over 400 students to achieve the best possible results and university destinations from ONCAMPUS London programmes. Students have received offers and progressed to the following top 20 universities in the UK:

Durham University University of Leeds

University of York

Lancaster University

Loughborough University

University of Birmingham

University of Warwick

University of Bristol King’s College London City, University of London

University of East Anglia University of Exeter

University of Southampton

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Yiqun Tang

Chinese

Mira Fatima Kheirallah

Polish

Yanting Wu

Chinese

Carlo Benedetto Theodoli

Italian

Walaa Walied Mohamed Abushama

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UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

King's College London

BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Management & Finance

A* A* A*

University of Reading

Mpharm (Hons) Pharmacy

A* A* A A

King's College London

BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Management & Finance

A*A*A

University of Bristol

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Sudanese

A*A*A

King’s College London

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

Katharina Huber

Austrian

A*A*A

University of Birmingham

BSc (Hons) Human Neuroscience

Yasmin Sukkar

Syrian

A*AA

City, University of London

BSc (Hons) Management

Hristina Vukovic

Serbian

A*AA

City, University of London

BSc (Hons) Business Studies

Yachen Hu

Chinese

A* A A

University of Manchester

BSc (Hons) International Business, Finance and Economics

Zhi Le Lee

Singaporean

A*AA

University of Manchester

LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology

Valentina del Valle Carmona

Italian

A*AA

University of Leeds

LLB (Hons) Law

Ji Youn Suh

South Korean

A*AA

Durham University

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Nguyen Van Anh Pham

Vietnamese

A*AA

University of York

BA (Hons) Education

Mattia

Italian

A*AA

SOAS, University of London

BA (Hons) Social Anthropology and World Philosophies

Rim Ahmed Abbas

Jordanian

A*AB

University of York

BA (Hons) History of Art

Daniel Colaci

Italian

A*AB

University of Dundee

BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering

Di Xi

Chinese

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University of Southampton

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance

Yun Tien

Malaysian

AAA

Royal Holloway, University of London

BSc (Hons) Psychology

Eduard-Alexandru Anghel

Romanian

AAA

King’s College London

BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Management and a Year in Industry

Sori Kim

South Korean

ABB

University of Stirling

BA (Hons) Film & Media and Marketing

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STUDY IN THE HEART OF ACADEMIC

SWISS COTTAGE

LONDON

SOUTH HAMPSTEAD

• The Federation of the University of London comprises 17 Colleges and 10 specialist institutes, with 185,000 students studying over 7,400 courses. • Birkbeck, Goldsmiths, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, Royal Veterinary College and The Courtauld Institute of Art are all partners of ONCAMPUS London and part of The Federation of the University of London. • Seven of the world’s top universities are University of London Colleges (2016–17 Times Higher Education World University Rankings) including four current ONCAMPUS London partners: Birkbeck, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway and Royal Veterinary College.

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MANSION HOUSE

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RIVER THAMES

LONDON DON CHARING CROSS

TATE MODERN

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TORIA BERT MUSEUM

LIVERPOOL STREET STATION

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THE NATIONAL GALLERY

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ST JAMES’S PARK

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LONDON WATERLOO BOROUGH

BIG BEN 1.8 miles / 35 mins walk / 13 mins bike

GOLDSMITHS

6.8 miles

LAMBETH NORTH

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ELEPHANT & CASTLE SLOANE SQUARE

MAP KEY: Railway Station | Underground Station | Student Accommodation | Railway Line | Church | Mosque | Hindu Temple | Restaurant

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The Natural History Museum Victoria and Albert Museum 23 mins 35mins 3.6 miles 21 mins 33 mins 3.8 miles

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Experience more LIVING IN LONDON

OVER 100 museums & galleries

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Our comprehensive induction programme will help you settle into London life, with the ONCAMPUS team helping you open a bank account, get an Oyster card (essential for travelling around the capital on buses and the Underground) and register with the police if you need to.

Shopping, from £60,000 jewel-encrusted shoes in Harrods to second-hand books and furniture at Portobello Road market, London is a shopaholic’s dream. The centre of the city’s retail industry is located around Oxford Street, with the highest concentration of shops in Europe. Visit New Bond Street for luxury brands and high fashion, Regent Street for more individual stores and Tottenham Court Road for electrical and high-tech items.

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OVER 120 libraries

London is home to more international students than any other city in the world. Every year, 90,000 people come from over 200 countries to study and experience the culture, the history and the spirit of one of the world’s greatest cities.


ACCOMMODATION Accommodation guaranteed until 31 JULY

PICCADILLY COURT

STUDENT COVER

Piccadilly Court is high-quality student accommodation located It’s essential for International Students to take out adequate close to King’s Cross and our ONCAMPUS London centre. insurance whilst studying. ‘Student Cover’ has been created in partnership with Endsleigh, the UK’s largest student This accommodation offers secure, modern, fully-furnished, en-suite rooms. The bedrooms are arranged in clusters of six. insurance provider. With both Standard and Premium options, ‘Student Cover’ is specifically designed to meet your needs Each cluster shares a fully fitted kitchen and living area. whilst studying with us – from the time you set off to the The residence is in an excellent location, just an 11-minute moment you arrive back home. walk to Holloway Road Tube station (Zone 2) and a 7-minute For more information upon Student Cover visit Tube journey to Russell Square, then an 8-minute walk from www.oncampus.global/insurance Russell Square to ONCAMPUS; that’s less than 30 minutes door to door. Average rent – University The accommodation is one stop to King’s Cross St Pancras and accommodation per week three stops to Central London (Holborn). from £225 per week To help you budget for Internet access in Outstanding facilities include: your time in London, here accommodation FREE Common room with Wi-Fi, widescreen TV, vending machines is an example of what and a pool table | Bedding pack | 24-hour reception | On-site you can expect to pay, for Food and utilities customer service and maintenance teams | Laundry some of the essentials £55 per week of student life. Travel costs – with rail card Prices (all zones) £24 per week £9,900 per year (3 terms) + £250 deposit Entertainment – cinema, bowling and socialising Prices for 1, 2 or 4 terms are available on request. For more £50 per week information or to book your accommodation email liveinlondon@oncampus.global Oyster cards (30% off travel) £5 deposit then pay for your All bookings for Piccadilly Court are subject journeys as you go to our terms and conditions.

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Barclays cycle hire £1 for 24 hours

Download our new pre-arrival app designed to support you before you arrive.

NUS extra discount card (visit www.nus.org.uk for more information) £12

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ONCAMPUS London University of London partners

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Fulfil your ambition for a truly prestigious degree

Part of the University from day one

Quality assured

A comprehensive study programme

Progress to University of London Colleges with the UK’s leading pre-university provider.

Study within the world-class facilities of Birkbeck College in the heart of academic London, next to other University of London Colleges such as SOAS and UCL.

ONCAMPUS London is reviewed regularly by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), which is responsible for maintaining standards across the UK university system.

Comprehensive and intensive 25-hour-per-week combined academic and English programme.

Six University of London College partners welcome applications from our students for many of their degree programmes and, in some cases, offer guaranteed progression based on specific criteria.

Opportunity to attend open lectures held by LSE and UCL.

Access to Birkbeck’s library, the University of London gym facilities and cafeteria. Your own personal tutor and regular tutorial meetings to support successful progression.

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Birkbeck, University of London Birkbeck is a world-class research and teaching institution, a vibrant centre of academic excellence and London’s only specialist provider of evening higher education. The College is situated in the heart of the University of London’s central campus, next to many other University of London Colleges, including UCL IOE, UCL and SOAS. The central location is only minutes’ walk from the British Museum and other famous London attractions. Established in 1823, Birkbeck has a long history of offering the highest-quality university education. The College is a multi-faculty institution offering over 200 full-time undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

RESEARCH EXCELLENCE Birkbeck is 30th in the UK for research, with 73% of its research rated ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’. The College is ranked among the top 100 universities worldwide in three subject categories – English Literature, History and Philosophy (QS World Subject Rankings 2016-17).

TEACHING EXCELLENCE The highest recommendation of broad confidence in its academic standards from the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for higher education has been awarded to Birkbeck. Top 40 in the world for international students (QS World Rankings 2016-17)

Birkbeck is internationally recognised for excellence in the following subject areas: Arts

Ranked in the top

250 in the world

(2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings)

Law Business, Economics and Informatics Social Science, History and Philosophy Science

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Goldsmiths, University of London Founded in 1891, and part of the University of London since 1904, Goldsmiths is ranked first in London for high-quality and helpful staff (Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014) and has been voted one of the UK’s top creative universities (Which? University 2014). Goldsmiths is based within London’s vibrant New Cross, an area that’s been described by The New York Times as a hub of creative talent. It’s just a short journey away from the centre of London and all the entertainment, facilities and opportunities it offers.

Top 30 in the World for Art, Design and Media and Communications (QS World Subject Rankings 2016-2017) Impressive facilities in art and design, theatre and performance, media and communications, and psychology. Located across the River Thames in South East London, 5 minutes from London Bridge by train. Goldsmiths graduates are now working for the BBC, British Council, Google, London Assembly, M&C Saatchi, Penguin Ltd, Sony and The Wall Street Journal.

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Royal Holloway, University of London Royal Holloway is one of the top research-intensive institutions in the UK and is internationally recognised for excellent research and teaching across the arts, sciences, social sciences and management. Top 10 in the UK for ‘International Outlook’, recognising the multi-national student population and outlook as a global university. Home to a culturally diverse community of 9,000 students from over 130 countries. One of the world’s most beautiful campuses located just 19 miles from Central London. Guaranteed place in halls of residence for all first year undergraduates who select Royal Holloway as their firm UCAS choice.

Royal Holloway is internationally recognised for excellence in the following subject areas: Management and Economics Arts and Social Sciences Science

Top 30 in the UK overall and top 200 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016–17)

89% for overall student satisfaction (NSS 2016)

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Queen Mary University of London Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions. With around 20,260 students and 4,000 staff, it is one of the biggest University of London Colleges. Queen Mary teaches and researches across a wide range of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering.

Queen Mary is the third-largest University of London College A member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, Queen Mary fosters world-class research as well as excellence in education.

Queen Mary is internationally recognised for excellence in the following subject areas: Business, Economics, Finance and Management Humanities and Social Sciences

Top 30 in the world for International Outlook by the Times Higher Education World Rankings 2016-17

Engineering and Sciences

Queen Mary graduates are in the top 15 for the highest starting salaries according to The Sunday Times.

Life Sciences

Considered one of the world’s most culturally diverse institutions, Queen Mary’s student body represents over 151 nationalities. Extensive scholarship scheme in the Faculty of Science & Engineering. Consistently ranked as one of the leading London universities for the overall student experience. Queen Mary has 2,000 rooms of award-winning accommodation on London’s only fully integrated campus.

1st for Media and Film

5th for Law and 11th for Engineering in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2017)

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Royal Veterinary College, University of London Founded in 1791, the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), University of London, is the UK’s largest, oldest and only independent veterinary school and a highly ranked centre for bioscience degrees and research. It was the driving force behind the establishment of the UK’s veterinary profession and ever since then it has been at the forefront of teaching, research and practice in veterinary and biological sciences. RVC lecturers are experts and active researchers in their field. Based in Camden (London) and on a 575-acre site in Hertfordshire, this small specialist institution offers a supportive environment with state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and learning.

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Top UK and European vet school and third in the world (QS World Subject Rankings 2016-17)

The RVC’s Bioveterinary Sciences course was the first of its kind in the UK and is consistently ranked within the top 10 of UK Biosciences courses. The Bioveterinary Sciences courses are accredited and recognised by the Society of Biology and received 95% student satisfaction ratings.

The RVC holds full accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE), the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council Inc (AVBC).

95% of BSc Bioveterinary Sciences students are in work/study six months after finishing.

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The RVC offers the biggest breadth and depth of clinical experience a student can get in the world. Its facilities include a busy small animal general practice with an extremely active exotics service, the largest companion animal referral hospital in Europe and a busy equine referral hospital and ambulatory practice.


The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London The Courtauld Institute of Art is a world-leading centre for the study of art history, curating and conservation. The Courtauld prides itself on offering a truly memorable learning experience. Study in the historic Somerset House and on London’s Museum Mile. The central location offers students access to a wealth of museums, galleries and libraries. The Courtauld Gallery is home to one of the finest small art museums in the world and an innovative programme of exhibitions. Distinctive small group teaching (12:1 staff/student ratio). Renowned for breadth and depth of coverage – teaching ranges from antiquity to the contemporary, and geographical range extends to early Christian Byzantium, early modern Persia and contemporary China. Research-led approach to teaching – The Courtauld leads the higher education sector for research quality and is ranked highest for History of Art (REF 2014). The Courtauld has over 7,000 alumni, many of whom fulfil key roles as museum directors, curators, academics, conservators, critics, journalists, and various roles in the commercial art world. They include Directors of the National Gallery, British Museum, Tate and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York).

Top University of London College for student satisfaction with

94% overall (NSS 2016)

No. 1 for History of Art in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2016-17)

One of the largest History of Art departments in the UK

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Achieve more

the best choice for your future degree Use this table to check which ONCAMPUS London partners offer degrees in your chosen specialist area. Refer to our website www.oncampus.global for a full list of all degrees available.

Birkbeck Accounting

U

Goldsmiths

Queen Mary

U

P

U

P

Anthropology

U

U

P

P

Arts Management

P

P

Art/Design

P U

P

U

P U

Astrophysics

U

U

Biochemistry Biological Sciences

U

P

U

U

Biomedical Sciences

U

U

P

U U

U

P P

Communication Studies Computing/Computer Sciences

U

P

Criminology

U

P

U

P

U

P

P

U

U

U

U

P U U

U

Dental Materials Digital Media Drama/Theatre

U

P

Economics

U

P P

Education

U

P

U

P U

U

U

P

U

P

U

U

U

U

P

Film Studies

U

P

Finance

U

P P

Forensics

U

P

U

Environmental Sciences/Technology

U

U

U

Electronic/Electrical Engineering

Games Development/Technology Geography

U

P

History

U

P

P

U

P

U

P

U

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Dance

Environmental Management

U

U

Bioveterinary Sciences Business

RVC

U

Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering

Archaeology

P

Royal Holloway

U

U

P

U

U

P

U

U

P

U

U

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Courtauld Institute


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Birkbeck History of Art

U

Goldsmiths

U

P

P

International Relations/Development Studies

U

P

U

P

Journalism

U

P

U

P

Languages

U

P

Law (LLB)

U

Law (LLM)

P

Linguistics

P

Marketing

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U

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ONCAMPUS London is an approved UCAS Centre.

UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT SERVICE

Our specially trained progression co-ordinators are here to help to prepare you for University of London entry through:

Every student on Undergraduate and Master’s Foundation Programmes has access to weekly higher education sessions to complete their university applications. There are also one-to-one appointments available.

- academic interview at induction - weekly timetabled UCAS workshops, including how to apply to the best UK universities and colleges; how to write a winning personal statement; how to research and choose your perfect university - unlimited UCAS Surgery Drop-in sessions - Open days, taster lectures, and talks from our University of London partners - interview practice and training for university admissions tests - clearing and adjustment service.

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Application journey UG Progress to our University of London partners or top UK universities with our expert guidance and support.

UCAS APPLICATION JOURNERY WRITE PERSONAL STATEMENT

COMPLETE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM

university & career options

RESEARCH

REGISTER with UCAS

START UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE

SUBMIT APPLICATIONS

REFERENCE

CONFIRM OFFERS AND RESULTS

 OFFERS

EXAMPLE TIMETABLE Mid-September

Applications can be sent to UCAS

15 October

Deadline for receipt at UCAS of applications to Veterinary Medicine

15 December

Internal Deadline for September UFP starters

15 January

Formal UCAS deadline for applications to competitive universities

25 February

If you are eligible for Extra, you can refer yourself to another choice but this carries a certain level of risk

15 March

Internal Deadline for January UFP starters

24 March

Deadline for the receipt of applications at UCAS for art and design courses

30 June

Final deadline for all the international students. If students submit their applications later than this date, their application will go into Clearing System

3 July

Last date to apply through Extra

15 August

The full Clearing/Adjustment vacancy information service starts

31 August

Adjustment closes

The above dates are subject to change depending on the academic calendar.

GLOSSARY Clearing is another service you can use to look for alternative courses. If a student does not get a place on their desired course it allows them to apply for courses that still have vacancies. Extra is a service within the UCAS application service where students can use to apply for alternative places if you do not hold an offer from the first five choices.

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Application journey PG Progress to our University of London partners or top UK universities with our expert guidance and support.

APPLICATION JOURNERY Week 1-3

Research your interests and options • Demonstration on how to use online resources to research degree programmes • Guidance on how to choose universities that fit your interests and aspirations. You will have a task to submit to your HE co-ordinator who will provide advice and feedback on your choices.

Week 4

Prepare your applications • Specific instructions on what to write in each paragraph of your Statement of Purpose.

Week 4-8

Write your statement • Submit your Statement of Purpose paragraph by paragraph and receive individual feedback from your HE coordinator.

Week 9

Academic CV Workshop • Guidance and instruction on writing a good academic CV. • Examples and tips on how to improve your CV.

Week 10

Receive feedback on your final Statement of Purpose and Academic CV.

Week 11

Online application demonstration.

Term 2-3

Support on choosing and confirming your offers.

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CA AN TION SUPPO L L D 1:1 C OU N S E

TOP DESTINATIONS INCLUDE Queen Mary University of London

UCL

Birmingham

Liverpool

Glasgow

Warwick

Newcastle

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Goldsmiths, University of London

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Your route to a university degree Master’s degree

Master’s Foundation 2 or 3 terms 21 From 5.5

Undergraduate degree

Degree September, January, March

International Year One 3 or 4 terms 17 (18 within 3 months of starting) From 5.0 12-13 September, January Pre-University

Undergraduate Foundation/Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation 3 terms 17 5.0 12 September, January

English Language

University of London International Foundation Programme 3 terms 17 (18 within 3 months of starting) 5.5 12 September

English Language Module 1 term 17 From 4.0 September, June

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Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP) Progression1 to Year 1 of a wide range of undergraduate degrees or the International Year One Programme.

DEGREE PROGRESSION Extended UFP

Undergraduate Foundation Programme

4 terms IELTS 4.5

3 terms IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

IE LTS 6.0

Undergraduate degree IELTS 6.5

The 4-term extended UFP is available to start in June or September.

PROGRAMME DETAILS Length of programme2: 3 terms University of London International

Foundation Programme English level: From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 3 terms 5.0, for 3-term UFP Academic | IELTS 5.5requirements: | IELTS 6.0 See page 40 for country-specific entry requirements

Undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

Minimum age: 17+ (under 18 students are subject to guardianship arrangement) Hours per week: Up to 25 Examinations/Coursework: 60%/40%

International Year One 1

Pass mark for progression : Students will need to meet the4 academic 3 or terms grades from their 1 university offers 6.5 IELTS5.0 (external IELTS examination) is required for most | IELTS | IELTS 5.5 | IELTS 6.0 degrees at University of London partners

Year 2 of undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

For a full list of progression degrees see page 22. Some programmes at Birkbeck offer guaranteed progression on meeting the specified entry criteria. See the degree subject list on page 20 for more information.

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Extended programmes are available if you do not yet have the required English language level. This programme lasts 4 terms and includes English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation required to apply for entry to the first year of your undergraduate degree. Extended

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Master’s Foundation Programme

MFP www.oncampus.global 4 terms

3 terms

Master’s degree 2 terms


Who is this programme designed for? This programme is designed to prepare international students, who have completed senior secondary education, for entry to undergraduate studies at the top universities across the UK. All students who successfully complete the UFP are guaranteed placement on a suitable programme of undergraduate study at top universities across the UK. The UFP is set at level 3, which is equivalent to A level standard in the UK. How long will I study for? This programme lasts one academic year (nine months). The year is divided into three terms of seven to eight teaching weeks and one reading week. You will undertake up to 25 hours of classroom-based study per week. What will I study? This programme includes English and three academic subject modules. English will be integrated into the teaching of academic subjects, as well as being taught separately if you need additional support to develop your English language.

There are four academic pathways to choose from and you will study the pathway most suited to your chosen progression degree. Academic skills relevant to the specific subject area will be taught to fully prepare you for university study. The pathways are: Business, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and Life Sciences. How will I be assessed? You will be assessed at regular intervals throughout the programme to ensure you are making the progress required to successfully complete the programme. Full assessment of the programme will take place in the final term. Assessment methodologies are aligned to those that will be experienced in the University environment, and include project work, essays, presentations and unseen examinations.

There are four different pathway options. You will study the pathway most suitable for your chosen progression degree. The pathways and modules are: • Business Economics and Finance Business Behaviours Skills for Business Pure Mathematics •

Engineering and Physical Sciences (lab-based) Pure Mathematics Physical Sciences Skills for Science

Humanities and Social Sciences Globalisation and Internationalisation Human Interactions Skills for Humanities and Social Sciences

Life Sciences (lab-based) Molecular Biology Biology and Biochemistry Skills for Science

Note: Modules are subject to availability and you will be guided onto the best combination of academic modules for your intended degree when you arrive at ONCAMPUS London. For more information on module content visit our website www.oncampus.global

Per term Lab based

Annually - Lab based

Standard

Annually - Standard (3 terms)

(3 terms)

Progressing to undergraduate degree starting in

18 September 2017 – 10 June 2018

£5,333

£15,999

£5,650

£16,950

Sept 2018

08 January 2018 – 17 August 2018

£5,333

£15,999

£5,650

£16,950

Sept 2018

Dates and fees

Per term -

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit.

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Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP) Guaranteed progression* to Year 1 of a wide range of undergraduate degrees at Royal Holloway, University of London.

DEGREE PROGRESSION Extended UFP

Undergraduate Foundation Programme

4 terms IELTS 4.5

3 terms IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

IE LTS 6.0

Undergraduate degree IELTS 6.5

The 4-term extended UFP is available to start in June or September.

PROGRAMME DETAILS Length of programme2: 3 terms University of London International

Foundation Programme English level: From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 3 terms 5.0, for 3-term UFP Academic | IELTS 5.5requirements: | IELTS 6.0 See page 40 for country-specific entry requirements

Undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

Minimum age: 17+ (under 18 students are subject to guardianship arrangement) Hours per week: Up to 25 Examinations/Coursework: 60%/40%

International Year One 1

Pass mark for progression : Students will need to meet the4 academic 3 or terms grades from their 1 university offers 6.5 IELTS5.0 (external IELTS examination) is required for most | IELTS | IELTS 5.5 | IELTS 6.0 degrees at University of London partners

Year 2 of undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

For a full list of progression degrees see page 32

Extended programmes are available if you do not yet have the required English language level. This programme lasts 4 terms and includes English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation required to apply for entry to the first year of your undergraduate degree.

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MFP www.oncampus.global 4 terms

3 terms

Master’s degree 2 terms


Who is this programme designed for? This programme is designed to prepare international students, who have completed senior secondary education, for entry to undergraduate studies at the top universities across the UK. All students who successfully complete the UFP are guaranteed placement on a suitable programme of undergraduate study at Royal Holloway, University of London. The UFP is set at level 3, which is equivalent to A level standard in the UK. How long will I study for? This programme lasts one academic year (nine months). The year is divided into three terms of seven to eight teaching weeks and one reading week. You will undertake up to 25 hours of classroom-based study per week. What will I study? This programme includes English and three academic subject modules. English will be integrated into the teaching of academic subjects, as well as being taught separately if you need additional support to develop your English language.

There are four academic pathways to choose from and you will study the pathway most suited to your chosen progression degree. Academic skills relevant to the specific subject area will be taught to fully prepare you for university study. The pathways are: Business, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences and Life Sciences. How will I be assessed? You will be assessed at regular intervals throughout the programme to ensure you are making the progress required to successfully complete the programme. Full assessment of the programme will take place in the final term. Assessment methodologies are aligned to those that will be experienced in the University environment, and include project work, essays, presentations and unseen examinations.

There are four different pathway options. You will study the pathway most suitable for your chosen progression degree. The pathways and modules are: • Business Economics and Finance Business Behaviours Skills for Business Pure Mathematics •

Engineering and Physical Sciences Pure Mathematics Physical Sciences Skills for Science

Humanities and Social Sciences Globalisation and Internationalisation Human Interactions Skills for Humanities and Social Sciences

Life Sciences Molecular Biology Biology and Biochemistry Skills for Science

Note: Modules are subject to availability and you will be guided onto the best combination of academic modules for your intended degree when you arrive at ONCAMPUS London. For more information on module content visit our website www.oncampus.global

Annually - Standard (3 terms)

Per term Standard

18 September 2017 – 10 June 2018

Please see website for more information

Sept 2018

08 January 2018 – 17 August 2018

Please see website for more information

Sept 2018

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit.

Per term Lab based

Annually - Lab based (3 terms)

Progressing to undergraduate degree starting in

Dates and fees

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Guaranteed Progression†

Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP) DEGREE LIST BUSINESS BSc Accounting, Finance & Economics1 BSc Economics1 BSc Economics and Management1 BSc Economics with French1 BSc Economics with German1 BSc Economics with Italian1 BSc Economics with Music1/5 BSc Economics with Political Studies1 BSc Economics with Spanish1 BSc Economics, Politics and International Relations1 BSc Financial and Business Economics1 BSc Management2 BSc Management (Year in Business)2 BA Management and Spanish2 BSc Management with Accounting2 BSc Management with Accounting (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with Entrepreneurship2 BSc Management with Entrepreneurship (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with Human Resources2 BSc Management with Human Resources (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with Information Systems2 BSc Management with Information Systems (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with International Business2 BSc Management with International Business (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with Marketing2 BSc Management with Marketing (Year in Business)2 BSc Management with Sustainability2 BSc Management with Sustainability (Year in Business)2 ENGINEERING BSc Applied Psychology3 BSc Computer Science2 BSc Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence2 BSc Computer Science - Software Engineering2 BSc Computer Science - Software Engineering (Year in Industry)2 BSc Computer Science (Information Security)2 BSc Computer Science (Year in Industry)2 BSc Computer Science Artificial Intelligence (Year in Industry)2 BSc Computer Science Information Security (Year in Industry)2 BSc Computer Science with Management2 BSc Digital Geoscience2 BEng Electronic Engineering2/5 BEng Electronic Engineering with a Year in Industry2/5

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MEng Electronic Engineering2/5 MEng Electronic Engineering with a Year in Industry2/5 BSc Environmental Geology2 BSc Environmental Geology with a Year in Industry2 MSci Environmental Geoscience2 MSci Environmental Geoscience with a Year in Industry2 MSci Environmental Geoscience with an International Year2 BSc Geology2 BSc Geology with a Year in Industry2 MSci Geoscience2 MSci Geoscience with a Year in Industry2 MSci Geoscience with a Year of International Study2 BSc Petroleum Geology2 BSc Psychology3 BSc Psychology, Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience3 BSc Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health3 BSc Psychology, Development and Developmental Disorders3 LIFE SCIENCES BSc Digital Geoscience2 BSc Environmental Geology2 BSc Environmental Geology with a Year in Industry2 MSci Environmental Geoscience2 MSci Environmental Geoscience with a Year in Industry2 MSci Environmental Geoscience with an International Year2 BA Geography2 BSc Geography2 BSc Geography, Politics and International Relations2 BSc Geology2 BSc Geology with a Year in Industry2 MSci Geoscience2 MSci Geoscience with a Year in Industry2 MSci Geoscience with a Year of International Study2 BA Human Geography2 BSc Petroleum Geology2 BSc Physical Geography2 BSc Psychology4 † PLEASE NOTE: Students require IELTS 6.5 or above to progress to the listed degrees. Full requirements can be found at: www.oncampusglobal/london pass mark: AAB including B in Pure Maths pass mark: ABB pass mark: AAB 4 pass mark AAB including GCSE Maths grade B or equivalent 5 this degree has additional requirements, please visit our website www.oncampus.global/royalhollowaydegrees or contact ONCAMPUS Admissions for more details 1 2 3


BSc Psychology, Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience4 BSc Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health4 BSc Psychology, Development and Developmental Disorders4 HUMANITIES BA Comparative Literature and Culture2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and Drama2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and French2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and German2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and Italian2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and Philosophy2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture and Spanish2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture with History of Art and Visual Cultures2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture with International Film2 BA Comparative Literature and Culture with Philosophy2 BA Digital Media Communications2 BA Drama & Dance2 BA Drama and German/Italian/Music/Philosophy/Spanish/ Theatre Studies/Philosophy2 BA English and Classical Studies2/5 BA English and Creative Writing2/5 BA English and Drama2/5 BA English and Film Studies2/5 BA English and French/German/History/Italian/Latin/ Philosophy/Spanish2/5 BA English with Philosophy2/5 BA European and International Studies - French/German/ Italian/Spanish2 BA Film Studies2/5 BA Film Studies with Philosophy2/5 BA Film, Television and Digital Production (formerly Media Arts)2/5 BA French - 4 years2 BA French and Classical Studies2 BA French and Drama2 BA French and History2 BA French and Management2 BA French and Music2/5 BA French and Philosophy2 BA French with History of Art and Visual Culture2 BA French with International Film2 BA French with Music2/5 BA French with Philosophy2 BA Geography2 BSc Geography2 BSc Geography, Politics and International Relations2 BA German and Classical Studies2

BA German and History2 BA German and Management2 BA German and Music2/5 BA German and Philosophy2 BA History of Art and Visual Culture and Comparative Literature and Culture2 BA History of Art and Visual Culture and French2 BA History of Art and Visual Culture and German2 BA History of Art and Visual Culture and Italian2 BA History of Art and Visual Culture and Spanish2 BA Human Geography2 BA International Relations2 BA Italian and Management2 BA Italian and Music2/5 BA Italian and Philosophy2 LLB Law3 BA Liberal Arts2 BA Multilingual Studies2 BA Multilingual Studies with History of Art nd Visual Culture2 BA Multilingual Studies with International Relations2 BA Multilingual Studies with Philosophy2 BMuS Music2/5 BA Music and English2/5 BA Music and Philosophy2/5 BA Music with French2/5 BA Music with German2/5 BA Music with Italian2/5 BA Music with Philosophy2/5 BA Music with Political Studies2/5 BA Music with Spanish2/5 BA Philosophy and Spanish2 BSc Physical Geography2 BA Politics2 BA Politics and International Relations2 BA Politics and International Relations and Philosophy2 BA Politics with Philosophy2 BA Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE)1 BSc Psychology4 BSc Psychology, Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience4 BSc Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health4 BSc Psychology, Development and Developmental Disorders4 BA Spanish2 BA Spanish and Music2/5 BA Spanish and Philosophy2 BA Spanish with History2 BA Spanish with History of Art and Visual Culture2 BA Spanish with International Film2 BA Spanish with Music2/5 BA Spanish with Philosophy2

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University of London International Foundation Programme (IFP)

Extended Undergraduate Foundation UFP Programme An academic award from the University of London is a mark

Undergraduate degree of excellence, respected by employers and universities 4 terms 3 terms worldwide. This is because the University of London is one of the world’s leading universities,IELTS internationally recognised IELTS 6.5 IELTS 4.5 IELTS 5.0 5.5 IE LTS 6.0 for its high academic standards.

DEGREE PROGRESSION University of London International Foundation Programme 3 terms | IELTS 5.5

| IELTS 6.0

Undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

PROGRAMME DETAILS Length of programme: 3 terms English level: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent (5.5 in writing and no other element International Year One below 5.0) Academic requirements: 3 or 4 terms See page 40 for country-specific entry requirements Minimum age: | IELTS 5.0 | IELTS 5.5 | IELTS 6.0 18 within three months of joining ONCAMPUS London (under 18 students are subject to guardianship arrangement)

Year 2 of undergraduate degree | IELTS 6.5

Hours per week: Up to 28 Progression: Students will need to meet the academic grades and conditions of their chosen universities.

Extended

Master’s Foundation Programme

For a MFP full list of progression degrees see page 22.

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4 terms

3 terms

IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

www.oncampus.global

Master’s degree

2 terms IELTS 6.0

IELTS 6.5

IELTS 7.0


All students who follow this programme will be supported by exceptional study materials developed by the University of London and LSE, including access to the University of London virtual learning environment.

100%

PROGRESSION RATE

Progressing students gained places at top universities including LSE, Warwick and King’s College London

Students will gain a strong grounding in Mathematics and Statistics, Economics, International Relations and Sociology, preparing them for a broad range of undergraduate degree programme content.

*

This course consists of four modules, plus IELTS English and study skills:

Kuan Long Lam Portuguese University of London International Foundation DISTINCTION Progressed to: International Relations at LSE Received offers from: LSE, King’s College London and Durham University

ACHIEVED TOP MARKS

• Mathematics and Statistics

“ONCAMPUS gave me a lot of advice and support to improve my personal statement and make my application to university. I was very excited when I received an offer from LSE, it was quite unbelievable for me!”

WORLDWIDE IN SOCIOLOGY

• Economics • International Relations • Sociology

& INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

(2014–15 IFP examinations)

Dates and fees

Annually (3 terms)

18 September 2017 – 10 June 2018

£17,850

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit. This fee includes £1,000 University of London registration fee.

Our students successfully progress to degree programmes at University of London Colleges and top-rated UK universities: NAME

NATIONALITY

GRADE

UNIVERSITY DESTINATION

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

Victor Lucien Mascha

French

Distinction

LSE

BSc (Hons) Management

Kuan Long Lam

Portuguese

Distinction

LSE

BSc (Hons) International Relations

Sergei Filin

Russian

Distinction

University of Warwick

BSc (Hons) Economics

Anais Tong

Belgian

Distinction

King’s College London

BSc (Hons) Economics and Management

Yifan Guo

Chinese

Distinction

City University London

BSc (Hons) Banking and International Finance

Sergey Khalil

Russian

Distinction

City University London

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance

Youn Su Kim

South Korean

Distinction

King's College London

BSc (Hons) Business Management

Nikita Kozlov

Russian

Distinction

King's College London

BSc (Hons) Economics and Management

Yuxin Chen

Chinese

Merit

City University London

BSc (Hons) Banking and International Finance

Sergey Dmitriev

Russian

Merit

City University London

BSc (Hons) Management

Doyun Lee

South Korean

Merit

City University London

BSc (Hons) Investment and Financial Risk Management

Pak To Wong

Hong Kong Chinese

Merit

University of Manchester

BA (Hons) Economics and Finance

Malek Zekri

Tunisian

Merit

City University London

BSc (Hons) Management

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Extended UFP

Undergraduate Foundation Programme

International Year One (IY1) 4 terms

IELTS 4.5

Undergraduate degree

3 terms

IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

IE LTS 6.0

IELTS 6.5

This programme offers guaranteed progression1 to Year 2 of selected Business degrees at Birkbeck, University of London: • BSc (Hons) Accounting • BA (Hons)University Accounting and Management of London International Foundation Programme • BSc (Hons) Accounting and Management

Undergraduate degree

with Finance

3 terms • BSc (Hons) Accounting with Finance | IELTS 5.5 • BSc (Hons) Business

| IELTS 6.5

| IELTS 6.0

• BA (Hons) Management • BSc (Hons) Marketing

DEGREE PROGRESSION International Year One

Year 2 of undergraduate degree

3 or 4 terms | IELTS 5.0

| IELTS 5.5

| IELTS 6.5

| IELTS 6.0

PROGRAMME DETAILS Length of programme2: 3 or 4 terms English level: From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent for 4-term IY1 From 5.5 IELTS or equivalent for 3-term IY1

Extended

Master’s Foundation Programme Academic MFPrequirements: See page 40 for country-specific entry requirements 4 terms

3 terms

Master’s degree

2 terms

Minimum age: 18 within three months of starting the ONCAMPUS programme IELTS185.0 IELTS 5.5 toIELTS 6.0 IELTS 6.5 (under students are subject guardianship arrangement)

IELTS 7.0

Hours per week: Up to 28 Examinations/Coursework: Students will be assessed for each module by examination or coursework depending on the module. Pass mark for progression1: Subject to achieving 60% overall. For Accounting and Management with Finance and Accounting with Finance, students need to achieve 60% overall with 70% in ‘Managing Financial Resources and Decisions’ and ‘Financial Accounting and Reporting’. 6.5 IELTS (external IELTS examination with no single element less than 6.0) For a full list of progression degrees see page 22.

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Guaranteed progression is subject to meeting the specified entry criteria.

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Your application will be assessed and you may be offered a 3 or 4-term programme depending on your English level and academic background.

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Who is this programme designed for? This programme is designed for international students who do not quite have the academic grades and/or English level to start the first year of an undergraduate degree in the UK, but have a stronger profile than a UFP student. All students who achieve the required mark for progression are guaranteed progression1 to Year 2 of a selection of business-related undergraduate degrees at Birkbeck. This programme is set at level 4, and is equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate Business degree in the UK. How long will I study for? Your application will be assessed and you may be offered a three or four-term programme depending on your English level and academic background.

What will I study? This programme includes nine core modules, taken by all students throughout the course. These modules are: English, and eight academic modules relating to business and management. How will I be assessed? You will be assessed by a variety of methods during your time with us. The intention is that you have a chance to experience the full range of assessment methods that you might experience at university when you start the second year of your chosen degree. Assessments will normally include coursework, essays, reports and other structured assignments, oral examination, and unseen written examinations.

Programme content All students study eight academic modules, plus English for Academic Purposes: • Business Environment • Managing Financial Resources and Decisions • Organisations and Behaviour • Marketing Principles • Business Decision Making • Financial Accounting and Reporting • Business Skills for Proposals and Pitches • Study and Communication Skills for Business

The duration of the programme is one academic year (nine or 12 months). The year is divided into three or four terms of seven to eight teaching weeks, one reading week, and an examination week. You will undertake up to 28 hours of classroom-based study per week.

Dates and fees

Number of terms

Per term

Total tuition fees

Progressing to undergraduate degree Year 2 starting in

18 September 2017 – 10 June 2018

3

£5,333

£15,999

Sept 2018

18 September 2017 – 17 August 2018

4

£5,333

£21,332

Sept 2018

08 January 2018 – 17 August 2018

3

£5,333

£15,999

Sept 2018

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit.

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IELTS 4.5

IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

IE LTS 6.0

IELTS 6.5

University of London International Foundation Programme

Master’s Foundation Programme (MFP)

Undergraduate degree

3 terms

| IELTS 5.5

| IELTS 6.0

| IELTS 6.5

The Master’s Foundation Programme is available as a two or three-term programme, offering progression1 to a wide range of Master’s degrees. International Year One

Year 2 of undergraduate degree

3 or 4 terms | IELTS 5.0

| IELTS 5.5

| IELTS 6.0

| IELTS 6.5

DEGREE PROGRESSION Extended MFP

Master’s Foundation Programme Master’s degree

4 terms

3 terms

IELTS 5.0

IELTS 5.5

2 terms IELTS 6.0

IELTS 6.5

IELTS 7.0

This 1-term extended MFP is available to start in June or September.

PROGRAMME DETAILS Length of programme2: 2 or 3 terms English level: • 3 terms – from 5.5 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 5.5 • 2 terms – from 6.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 6.0 Academic requirements: See page 40 for country-specific entry requirements Minimum age: 21+ Hours per week: Up to 25 Pass mark for guaranteed progression: Student applications will be assessed by the respective university on a case-by-case basis. For a full list of progression degrees see page 22. Some programmes at Birkbeck offer guaranteed progression on meeting the specified entry criteria. See the degree subject list on page 20 for more information.

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Extended Programmes are available if you do not yet have the required English language level. These programmes last 4 or 5 terms and include English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation required to apply for entry to the first year of your Master’s degree.

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Who is this programme designed for? This programme is designed to prepare international students for postgraduate study in the UK. The Master’s Foundation will allow you to improve your English while learning the study skills and research methods that you will need during your Master’s degree studies. Depending on the length of the programme you study, you may also study academic modules relating to your chosen progression degree.

3 terms If you study this programme, you will study two compulsory units of a research project, personal and professional development, plus English language. You will also choose two additional academic subject units, depending on your intended progression degree, and availability.

How will I be assessed? Each module will have an assessment schedule, which will be completed by the end of the appropriate term, and will include formative and How long will I study for? summative assignments and Each term is divided into other assessment tasks. seven to eight teaching weeks, Assessments will be designed one reading week and an to demonstrate learning assessment week. You will across the individual modules undertake up to 25 hours of of the programme and to allow classroom-based study per you to experience a wide range week of the assessment methods used in UK postgraduate What will I study? programmes. 2 terms If you study this programme, you will study two compulsory units of a research project, personal and professional development, plus English language. You will also choose an additional academic subject unit, depending on your intended progression degree.

Academic subject units are arranged by pathway, and include: • Business Organisations and Behaviour Marketing Principles Financial Accounting and Reporting Business Strategy • Life Sciences Analysis of Scientific Data and Information Pharmacological Principles of Drugs Actions Medicinal Chemistry • Engineering Analytical Methods for Engineers Business Management Techniques for Engineers Mechanical Principles •

Social Sciences Understanding the Learning Process Psychology of Human and Criminal Behaviour The Global Environment Contextual and Cultural Referencing in Art and Design

Note: The optional modules are subject to availability and you will be guided onto the best combination of academic modules for your intended degree when you arrive at ONCAMPUS London.

Programme dates and fees

Number of terms

Tuition fees per programme

Progressing to Master’s degree starting in

27 March 2017 – 18 August 2017

2

£10,300

Sept 2017

18 September 2017 – 10 June 2018

3

£15,999

Sept 2018

08 January 2018 – 17 August 2018

3

£15,999

Sept 2018

08 January 2018 – 10 June 2018

2

£10,666

Sept 2018

26 March 2018 – 17 August 2018

2

£10,666

Sept 2018

All programmes are subject to a £300 registration fee and £2,200 refundable deposit.

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Undergraduate Foundation/Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation

International Year One

University of London International Foundation Programme

Albania

Completion of high school education with Certificate of Maturity with good grades

Completion of high school education with Certificate of Maturity plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Completion of high school education with Certificate of Maturity with very good grades

Angola

Secondary School Certificate with good grades

Secondary School Certificate plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Secondary school Certificate (Grade 12) with very good grades

Armenia

Certificate of Secondary Education (Mijnakarg Certificate of Secondary Education (Mijnakarg Yndhanur Krtoutian Attestat) with good Yndhanur Krtoutian Attestat) plus satisfactory grades completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Certificate of Secondary Education (Mijnakarg Yndhanur Krtoutian Attestat) with very good grades

Azerbaijan

Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) with good grades

Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Certificate of Secondary Education (Attestat) with very good grades

Bahrain

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

Bangladesh

Senior School Certificate/Higher Secondary Certificate with good grades

Senior School Certificate/Higher Secondary Certificate with excellent grades

HSC with very good grades

Botswana

Cambridge Overseas School Certificate with good grades

Cambridge Overseas School Certificate plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Cambridge Overseas School Certificate with very good grades

Brunei

Brunei Cambridge O level with good grades

Brunei Cambridge A level/BDTVEC Diploma

Cambridge O level with very good grades

Cambodia

Diploma of Upper Secondary School with good grades in relevant subjects

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Diploma of Upper Secondary School with very good grades

Cameroon

Baccalaureat or Certificat de Probation with good grades in relevant subjects

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Baccalaureat or Certificat de Probation with very good grades

China

Completion of Senior Secondary School Year 2 with good average

Completion of Senior Secondary School Year 3 with good average or completion of one year of university with good grades

Completion of Senior Secondary School Year 3 with very good grades

Gambia

West African School Certificate or Senior School Certificate with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

West African School Certificate or Senior School Certificate with very good grades

Georgia

Certificate of Secondary Education with good grades

Certificate of Secondary Education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Certificate of Secondary Education with very good grades

Ghana

West African School Certificate or Senior School Certificate with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

WAEC-SSCE with very good grades

Hong Kong

Successful completion of Form 5 with good grades OR HKDSE with minimum 3 grades at level 2 or higher

HKDSE with grades of 4 and 3 in academic subjects HKDSE: 4 Category A subjects with very good grades

India

Completion of Year XI with good average

CBSE or ICSE with good average

Good average in Year XII

Indonesia

SMU 2 with good average

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

SMU 3: Excellent grades

Iran

Successful completion of High School Diploma with good grades

Successful completion of High School Diploma plus Successful completion of High School Diploma satisfactory completion of one year of additional (3 years) with very good grades study with good grades

Japan

Upper Secondary School Year 3 with good GPA

Upper Secondary School Certificate plus satisfactory completion of a year's further study with good grades

Upper Secondary School Year 3 (12th grade) good GPA

Jordan

Tawjihiya/General Secondary Education Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades OR Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/General Secondary Education Certificate with very good grades

Kazakhstan

Diploma of Completed Secondary Education (Attestat) with good grades

Diploma of Completed Secondary Education (Attestat) plus satisfactory completion of a year's further study with good grades

Diploma of Completed Secondary Education (Attestat) with very good grades

Kenya

East African School Certificate/Cambridge Overseas School Certificate/KCSE with good grades

East African School Certificate/Cambridge Overseas School Certificate/KCSE with excellent grades

East African School Certificate/Cambridge Overseas School Certificate/Kenyan Certificate (KCSE) with very good grades

Kuwait

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades OR Part study of Higher OR Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

Lebanon

Lebanese Baccalaureate or French Baccalaureate with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Lebanese Baccalaureate or French Baccalaureate with very good grades

Libya

Secondary Education Certificate with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Secondary Education Certificate with very good grades

Macau

iGCSE/O levels: Grade C average OR Completion of Form 5 or Senior Middle 2 with good grades

Completion of Form 6/Senior Middle School/Grade 12 with good grades

iGCSE/O levels with very good grades in 5 relevant subjects


Undergraduate Foundation/Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation

International Year One

Malaysia

SPM (Malaysia Certificate of Education) (or forecast) with good grades in relevant academic subjects/UEC with pass grades in relevant academic subjects

STPM or A levels with pass grades OR UEC with good grades OR Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

SPM 4 subjects with very good grades

Myanmar

High School Matriculation with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

High School Matriculation with very good grades

Nigeria

West African School Certificate or Senior School Certificate with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

WAEC-SSCE with very good grades

Oman

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

Pakistan

Higher Secondary Certificate with good grades

Higher Secondary Certificate with excellent grades Higher Secondary Certificate plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with pass grades

HSC/ISE/FSC with very good grades

Qatar

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/Senior Schooling Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

University of London International Foundation Programme

Senior Schooling Certificate: 850

Russia

Certificate of Secondary Education with good grades in relevant subjects

Certificate of Secondary Education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with pass grades

Certificate of Secondary Education: Excellent grades in relevant subjects

Saudi Arabia

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

Singapore

Singapore/Cambridge O levels/iGCSE with good grades

Singapore/Cambridge A level or O levels plus satisfactory completion of two years' study towards Polytechnic Diploma/Polytechnic Certificate/ Polytechnic Advanced Diploma

Singapore/Cambridge O level with very good grades

South Korea

Senior High School 2 with good grades in relevant subjects

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

School Leaving Certificate with very good grades

Sri Lanka

O levels with very good grades

A levels with good grades OR Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

O levels with excellent grades

Taiwan

Senior High School Year 2 with excellent grades

Senior High School Leaving Certificate plus evidence of a year's further study with pass grades

Senior High School Year 3 with very good grades

Thailand

Completion of Mathayom (MAW) 6 with good GPA

Successful completion of Mathayom (MAW) 6 plus evidence of a year's further study with pass grades

Mathayom 6 with excellent GPA

Turkey

Successful completion of Deviet Lisen Birtme Diplomasi OR High School Year 3 with good grades

Successful completion of Deviet Lisen Birtme Diplomasi or High School Year 3 with excellent grades

High School Year 3 - Excellent GPA

Uganda

Ugandan Certificate of Education with good grades

Completion of high school education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Ugandan Certificate of Education with very good grades

United Arab Emirates

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with good grades OR Technical Diploma with very good grades

Completion of first year of local degree with good grades Part study of Higher/Technical Diploma with good grades

Tawjihiya/Thanawihya/General Secondary School Certificate with very good grades

Uzbekistan

Diploma of Specialised Secondary Education with good grades

Diploma of Specialised Secondary Education plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study with good grades

Diploma of Specialised Secondary Education with very good grades

Vietnam

Completion of Year 11 with good average grade

Completion of Year 12 plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study

Completion of Year 12: excellent average grade

Zambia

Zambia School Certificate with good grades

Zambia School Certificate plus satisfactory completion of one year of additional study

Zambia School Certificate with very good grades

International curricula – International Baccalaureate (IB), GCE A levels, Canadian, USA, Australian high school

We will consider all international high school results where students have achieved good grades, especially in the subjects relevant to their intended Foundation course.

We will consider all international high school results where students have achieved excellent grades, especially in the subjects relevant to their intended Foundation course. We also consider students who have passed a recognised Foundation course.

We will consider all international high school results where students have achieved very good grades, especially in the subjects relevant to their intended Foundation course.

Master’s Foundation All

Successful completion of Bachelor’s degree with honours or equivalent, from a recognised university.

Academic entry requirements listed above should be used as a guide only. Suitability for the programme will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If your country is not listed, please contact admissions@oncampus.global

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NEXT steps 1

Submit your application by one of the following methods: Online: www.oncampus.global Email: admissions@oncampus.global Fax: +44 (0)1223 346181 Post: Admissions Office, ONCAMPUS, Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Please remember to include all relevant documentation: • academic transcripts (with translations if not originally in English) • evidence of English level • passport. Additional documentation may be required depending on the course. Our Admissions team will contact you should this be the case.

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Our Central Admissions team will review your application. • We will send you an offer letter which will list any outstanding conditions. We will remove any conditions that have already been met. • If we think the course is not right for you, we will suggest an alternative. • If we have any queries about your application, we will contact you for further information.

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To accept your place on the course you will need to meet all the remaining conditions, including payment of the deposit/registration fee or proof of government sponsorship. Your place can only be confirmed once all conditions have been met, although once the deposit is paid we will hold a place for you. • Please note that if you require a visa to study with us, you may need to provide additional evidence to comply with the visa regulations in the UK. These are the requirements of the government and not of ONCAMPUS. Your assistance in meeting these requirements is much appreciated.

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Once you have paid your deposit and met all the conditions of offer, we will confirm your place and send you a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance to Study) or a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) if you do not need a CAS. If you need a visa, you will need to use your CAS/CoE to support your visa application. Please note a CAS can only be issued three months before the start of the course. • We will send you pre-arrival information. • The accommodation application form will be included in the pre-arrival information. You should complete the form, selecting your preferred option, and return it to ONCAMPUS London by email to liveinlondon@oncampus.global

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You will then need to apply for a visa if you require one to study in the UK. It is your responsibility to obtain a visa before you travel to join the course. If you do not have a valid visa, you will not be able to join the course so please make sure you apply as soon as possible.

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You will need to pay at least the first term’s tuition fees before you begin your programme of study at ONCAMPUS. • You should arrive on the weekend before the arrival date; please check your CAS statement or CoE for further details. • London Heathrow is the closest international airport to ONCAMPUS London. You can transfer to your accommodation by Tube, train, coach or taxi. Public transport is the cheapest option. Read the pre-arrival information we will send you for more details.


ONCAMPUS London

APPLICATION FORM Apply ONLINE at www.oncampus.global/apply or return this form to: Admissions Office, ONCAMPUS, Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1223 345698 Fax: +44 (0)1223 346181 Email: admissions@oncampus.global Please write neatly using BLOCK CAPITALS in black ink or typescript. Incomplete application forms submitted without ALL the supporting documents will delay the decision process.

1. Use of agent (if none, please proceed to section 2) Please complete the details below and see section 15 of the Conditions of Enrolment which can be found at www.oncampus.global/terms

Representative name

Branch

2. Personal details (must be completed) Title (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms etc) First name(s)

Family name

Date of birth (dd/mm/yy)

Age on entry

Nationality (as passport)

Gender

Country of permanent residence Home address

Parent address (if different)

Postcode

Postcode

Country

Country

Mobile (incl. country code)

Mobile (incl. country code)

Telephone (incl. country code)

Telephone (incl. country code)

Student email

3. Payment of tuition fees

 Self

 Parent/Guardian

 Company sponsor

 Government sponsor

4. Disability/special needs If you have a disability, impairment or medical condition which may affect your studies please provide details below.

5. Criminal convictions Do you have any criminal convictions?

 Yes

 No (Your enquiry cannot be processed if you do not complete this section)


ONCAMPUS London

APPLICATION FORM 6. Academic history Please give details of your current or most recent school, college or university. Please include full transcripts of all your relevant academic qualifications, translated into English. Institution

Date from

Have you previously studied in the UK?

 Yes  No (if yes, please provide details below)

Type of visa

 Tier 4 Child

 Tier 4 General

Date to

 Student Visitor Visa

Visa dates

Have you ever had a visa refusal?  Yes  No (If yes, please provide details and a brief explanation below)

7. Details of course(s) for which you wish to apply Please give details of the ONCAMPUS programme for which you are applying. Please also state the subject and study level you are aiming for (undergraduate or Master’s degree) alongside the proposed year of study. University degree you wish to progress to – e.g. BA (Hons) Business Management

ONCAMPUS programme: Undergraduate Foundation Programme

 Business, Economics, Finance and Management  Engineering and Sciences  Humanities and Social Sciences  Life Sciences Royal Holloway Undergraduate Foundation Programme

 Business  Engineering and Physical Sciences  Humanities and Social Sciences  Life Sciences University of London International Foundation Programme

 Business  Engineering and Physical Sciences  Humanities and Social Sciences  Life Sciences  International Year One Master’s Foundation Programme

 Business  Life Sciences  Engineering  Social Sciences Date you want to start the programme:

 March 2017  Sept 2017  Jan 2018  March 2018

Number of terms you want to study

8. Accommodation Do you require accommodation?  Yes  No

The Accommodation Team will contact you following your acceptance of the offer using the email address you have provided in this form. Information about the available accommodation options can be found at www.oncampus.global

9. Student insurance If you would like our Student Cover insurance included with your offer, please tick the YES box below. Otherwise please tick NO and provide proof of your alternative travel insurance cover when you confirm your place. Do you require Student Cover insurance?

 Yes

 No


ONCAMPUS London

APPLICATION FORM 10. Guardianship Students who will be under the age of 18 when they start an ONCAMPUS programme are required to have a UK guardian as a condition of their placement. If you do not have a UK guardian, ONCAMPUS can assist in organising a suitable guardian for you through our partner, College Guardians. Do you require assistance in organising a UK guardian through College Guardians?  Yes  No

If No, please provide proof of alternative adequate cover when you confirm your place.

11. Transfers You must arrive 24–48 hours before the start of your course. We can arrange to meet you at the airport and provide a taxi transfer to your accommodation. Further information will be sent with your confirmation documentation. Please indicate the airport you are travelling to if known.

 London Heathrow

 London Luton

 London Stansted

 London Gatwick

12. How did you hear about us? Please indicate how you heard of these courses

 Agent  Exhibition  Family  Internet  Other (please specify) 13. Declaration I declare that I am applying to ONCAMPUS as a genuine student and that the information and supporting evidence and academic documents I have provided are true copies. I understand that by signing this declaration I have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions and fees of study at ONCAMPUS London as outlined on the ONCAMPUS website www.oncampus.global/terms and agree to comply with UKVI regulations at the time of application and during my course of study. If you do not have access to the website or would like a written copy of the conditions of enrolment, you can request these from ONCAMPUS Central Admissions at admissions@oncampus.global In order to deliver your education and protect your welfare, Cambridge Education Group (CEG) will collect, keep and otherwise process personal data, including sensitive personal data that relates to you and your circumstances. This will include your name and contact details, and those of your parents, guardians, agent or sponsor. We will also keep data about your education, health, welfare, accommodation, travel, passport, visa, finances and fees. We will keep this information secure at all times and we will share it within CEG as necessary to run our business, deliver your education and ensure your safety. We will also release this information where it is legally required or lawful to do so, or in the event of a medical emergency if it is necessary to protect your health or the health of others. We will provide reports to your agent, parents or guardian on your progress, and also where necessary with our academic partners such as universities. Some of our data transfers may transfer your data to other countries. Do you consent to your personal data being stored, processed and released by CEG in this way?  Do you consent to your sensitive personal data including health, welfare, nationality, ethnicity, religious and other data being stored, processed and released in this way?  Do you consent to the reasonable use of your details and academic achievement to be used for marketing purposes? 

Signature of applicant Parent or guardian signature (if applicant is not the fee payer or is under 18)

Date

Date


Checklist 14. Checklist Before sending the application, please ensure you have:  Completed the application form in full and signed it  Enclosed your academic qualifications  Enclosed a copy of your passport and copies of any previous UK visas  Enclosed copies of transcripts for all your relevant qualifications (with certified English translated copies if in any other language)  Read the Student Cover insurance policy document (if choosing this option) at www.oncampus.global, or if not choosing Student Cover that you have included proof of alternative insurance  Provided an explanation of any gaps in your academic record e.g. CV (if applicable)  Enclosed a financial guarantee/sponsor letter  Enclosed an immigration check form  Provided evidence of sufficient funds in a suitable bank account to meet the UKVI 28 day requirement (if Tier 4 visa required)  Enclosed a certificate for a Secure English Language Test such as IELTS


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1 Brazil +55 15 998 545454 brasil@ceg-uk.com

10 Nigeria +234 8188447504 nigeria@ceg-uk.com

2 China +86 10 5817 4060 china@ceg-uk.com

11 Pakistan +92 345 1444 455 pakistan@ceg-uk.com

3 Hong Kong +852 2882 4046 hongkong@ceg-uk.com

12 Russia +7 495 223 1348 russia@ceg-uk.ru

4 India +91 9717774215 southasia@ceg-uk.com

13 Singapore +60 195 512812 singapore@ceg-uk.com

5 Indonesia +62 8111002488 indonesia@ceg-uk.com

14 Taiwan +886 978 711 878 taiwan@ceg-uk.com

6 Japan japan@ceg-uk.com

15 Thailand + 66 981 891 565 thailand@ceg-uk.com

7 Korea +82 2 2076 8400 korea@ceg-uk.co.kr 8 Malaysia +60 195 512812 malaysia@ceg-uk.com 9 Mexico +52 1 81-1778 9091 latinamerica@ceg-uk.com

HEAD OFFICE Cambridge Education Group Kett House, Station Road, Cambridge, CB1 2JH, United Kingdom Telephone: +44 (0)1223 345698 Email: admissions@oncampus.global Web: www.oncampus.global Fax: 44 (0)1223 346181 Facebook: www.facebook.com/oncampusglobal

CENTRE ADDRESS Birkbeck College, University of London Malet Street, Bloomsbury London WC1E 7HX

16 UK +44 1223 345698 admissions@ceg-uk.com 17 USA +1 617 610 8717 usa@ceg-uk.com 18 Vietnam +8409 1484 9288 vietnam@ceg-uk.com

Information in this brochure is correct at time of print in January 2017. ONCAMPUS and the University Partners reserve the right to alter, reschedule or close courses which do not remain viable; students will be informed.


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