Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation (integrated honours programme) MEng Hons
Secondary (high) school diploma
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International students from non EU countries should apply for the H10Y Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation Certificate This programme is designed for UK and EU students whose school leaving qualifications do not allow admission to year one in engineering, physics, mathematics or computer science undergraduate programmes. Students who successfully pass the Foundation Programme can progress onto one of a number of BEng/MEng and BSc/MSci degrees in the following departments/schools: Engineering Aerospace Engineering Architecture and Built Environment* Chemical and Environmental Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering Mechanical, Materials, Manufacturing Engineering Physical sciences Computer Science Mathematical Sciences** Physics and Astronomy * Progression onto K100, K240 and K230 courses is subject to submission of a successful portfolio in addition to meeting the normal Foundation progression criteria. ** Progression to degrees in the School of Mathematical Sciences is subject to additional requirements in mathematics modules. Progression is subject to you having passed at the appropriate level during the Foundation Programme.
This program can be done
A level offer BBB Required subjects GCSE maths grade 5 (B); GCSE physics grade 5 (B) or GCSE science grade 5 (B) and GCSE Additional Science grade 5 (B); GCSE English grade 4 (C). Please note: a foundation year is available to those with A-level BBB grades in any subjects (except thinking skills, citizenship studies, global perspectives, general studies and critical thinking). IB score 30
Engineering and physical sciences can lead to a very varied and rewarding career – please see the degrees you are interested in completing after your foundation year for more information.
Nottingham , United Kingdom