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Lancaster University is a one of the few UK universities to run a collegiate system which consists of eight undergraduate colleges and one postgraduate college. Over 12,000 students from over 100 countries are currently enrolled and all members of staff are college members and many are actively involved in collegiate life. Lancaster University is noted for the flexibility of its degree courses, with many students choosing to take a second or third subject in their first year before specialising on one area in the second and third year. The University has an excellent reputation for research and is one of the N8 group of Northern research universities.
General requirements for
Age: 17+ upon entry to the International Study Centre
Academic: Good high school graduation grades or equivalent (see below table)
All students are required to have passed maths in their final year of study of secondary education.
English languge requirements:
If you do not meet the English language requirements for the International Foundation Year, the one-term English Language Preparation programme is available to you.
IELTS for UKVI 5.0, with minimum 5.0 in writing
Also see country specific entry requirements.
Age: 20+ upon entry to the International Study Centre
Academic: Successfully completed appropriate first qualifications in their own country.
You need to have a minimum level of English language to start your Pre-Masters Programme. Your language skills will also be tested when you arrive at the International Study Centre.
IELTS 5.5 or above in all 4 components to start the three-term programme
IELTS 6.0 or above in all 4 components to start the two-term programme
If you do not meet the English language requirements for the Pre-Masters Programme, the one-term English for Pre-Masters programme* is available to you.
There are two types of financial support available to students at Lancaster University; Scholarships and Bursaries. Scholarships are awarded for academic excellence and Bursaries are awarded depending on your household income. You may be eligible for either a Scholarship, Bursary or both depending on your circumstances and/or academic qualifications.