Science, Engineering and Computing International Foundation Year (For progression to Hanze University of Applied Sciences)
This three-term programme comprises core and subject-related modules designed to prepare you for undergraduate study in Holland. These modules will develop your academic skills, English language, employability skills and subject knowledge and prepare you for an English-taught degree in the field of science, engineering and computing.
Studying in small classes for 16 hours per week, plus 20 hours of self-study per week, you will be thoroughly prepared to enter your chosen degree at one of our partner universities.
- TOEFL iBT
Generally, you need:
- Good high school graduation grades or equivalent academic study
- Students need to have GCSE grade C or above in Physics and GCSE grade A in Maths
- Science, Engineering and Computing Pathway - Engineering Route: Physics is required subject with Grade C equivalent (equivalent grades will be noted below in markets). If Physics has been studied year 11 only, than a Life Science (grade C equivalent) is required in final year for progression onto the BSc Mechanical Engineering
To be aged 17 or older
- IELTS 5.0 overall (5.0 in Writing, 4.5 in all components)
- TOEFL Overall 35. Subskills W - 14, S - 12, L - 3, R - 3
- TOEIC (600)
- Hanze University of Applied Sciences
- Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam