Undergraduate Degree with International Year One

This four-year programme combines an International Year One with an undergraduate degree at Glasgow Caledonian University. When you complete the International Year One, you will progress into the second year of your chosen degree at the University. 

Why apply for the Undergraduate Degree with International Year One programme at INTO Glasgow Caledonian University?

  • A single programme of study, meaning you can apply for one visa for the full duration of your course.
  • High contact hours and small class sizes throughout your first year of study.
  • A university-validated programme.
  • Study on campus with access to university facilities from your first day.

There are two course options available:

  • Undergraduate Degree with International Year One - this programme provides a seamless study plan that requires one CAS.
  • Undergraduate Degree with International Year One and Pre-sessional English - this programme includes an additional term of English tuition. It will help you to improve your English language level by up to 0.5 of an IELTS band before starting your programme.
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What's special about this course?

This programme combines preparation for university study with a specialist undergraduate degree in a range of subjects at Glasgow Caledonian University. It allows you to study your full four year programme under one CAS, which means you can apply for one visa for the full duration of your studies.

As well as a guaranteed offer from the University for successful students and full access to all the university facilities, you'll benefit from:

  • A quality-assured university programme.
  • A single programme of study, meaning you can apply for one visa to cover your study period.
  • Full university status from day one of your programme, with full access to university facilities.
  • High contact hours and small class sizes throughout your first year.
  • The highest levels of pastoral care and support.

What if I need to study an International Foundation programme?

During the International Year One programme, you will study the equivalent of an International Foundation. The Centre also provides a standalone International Foundation, which offers guaranteed progression to Glasgow Caledonian University.

What will I study?

All students complete a common core set of modules. Additionally, there are optional modules to choose from and individual degree programmes may stipulate specific modules which you must study before being permitted to progress on to your chosen degree or university. The course is 120 credits and on average, there are 21 class hours per week.

During this programme you will study:

Core modules

English Language for Academic Purposes and Study Skills

The objectives of this module are: to introduce and practise reading techniques for academic study; to introduce the structure and function of academic writing and put these into practice; to improve ability to take part in academic discussion; to introduce skills and techniques for dealing with academic listening and enhance students' ability to do so; and to achieve a base level of ICT skills.

Specialist modules

These are optional subject-specific modules. Some modules may be compulsory, depending on which degree subject you choose.

Select the degree you want to study from the list below to show the modules you'll study in the International Year One.

Modules required for each degree option

BSc (Hons) Computing

BSc (Hons) Computing

Fundamentals of Computing 1 This module introduces students to the fundamental aspects of computer systems appropriate and complementary to their programme of study: architectures; applications; computer networks; computer network interconnectivity; computer security. Students will gain practical experience in the investigation of computer systems and architecture through a programme of laboratory work and tutorial study.
Web Platform Development This module will provide students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to develop Web Platform applications. A range of standards associated with Web development will be covered as well as the client server architecture specific to Web development.
Programming 1 This module introduces the process of developing programs using an appropriate high level managed object-oriented programming language such as Java or C#. It will enable students to develop and test a software solution given a simple set of program requirements. The student will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming, the basic practical knowledge and skills required to implement programs and a range of program development and testing techniques and practices.
Maths for Computing This module introduces elements of discrete mathematics underpinning the study of both hardware and software systems. The techniques developed in this module will be practically based with an emphasis on problem solving. The material will be accessible to students with a limited mathematical background.

Optional Modules

Fundamentals of Software Engineering This module introduces the fundamental concepts, processes and practices in software engineering such as business analysis, requirements engineering, the software lifecycle,the software development process, software quality and project risk. It will also provide the student with an introduction to key professional practices in relation to the initial analysis and modelling of the development of commercial computer-based software systems.
Introduction to Computer Networks This module introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and operations of routers and switches in a small network. It details the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. Students will gain practical experience in the investigation of Internetworks in a programme of laboratory work and tutorial study, including exposure to relevant case studies.
BEng (Hons) Building Services Engineering

BEng (Hons) Building Services Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Civil Engineering

BSc (Hons) Environmental Civil Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Fire Risk Engineering

BEng (Hons) Fire Risk Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

BEng (Hons) Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering

BEng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

BEng (Hons) Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BEng (Hons) Networked Systems Engineering

BEng (Hons) Networked Systems Engineering

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.
Mechanical Principles The aim of this module is to provide students with a foundation in the knowledge of mechanical engineering science and principles, and apply them to the design and analysis of engineering components and systems including thermofluid systems.
Engineering Materials This module provides the student with the fundamental principles underlying the mechanical and electrical properties of materials.
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Electrical Principles and Circuit Theory The aim of this module is to provide students with a strong foundation and understanding of the basic concepts and principles of electrical engineering and circuit theory and to apply these principles to solve engineering problems. It provides the student with the fundamental knowledge of electric and magnetic field theory, AC and DC circuit analysis.
Programmable Systems This module provides a basic introduction to the principles and practice of programmable systems development. Areas covered are an introduction to programming methods and languages, problem definition, programme implementation, testing and solution evaluation. Students will gain practical experience of the process of problem solving and structured programming in an imperative language using a robotic environment. Key relevant aspects of ethics and professionalism are introduced.
BSc (Hons) Building Surveying

BSc (Hons) Building Surveying

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Building Performance This subject area explores the primary thermal and physical aspects of building, including the methodology behind the composition and physical structure of building materials. The performance requirements for building materials and components are also covered.
Construction Measurement and Cost You will learn about the use of elementary measurement techniques, including standard methods of measurement of simple structures, along with the use of forecasting in construction costing.
Construction Technology Construction Technology provides an introduction to low-rise building construction covering services; the identification of external and internal components; the application of construction principles in design; and the interpretation of construction and services drawings.
BSc (Hons) Construction Management

BSc (Hons) Construction Management

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Building Performance This subject area explores the primary thermal and physical aspects of building, including the methodology behind the composition and physical structure of building materials. The performance requirements for building materials and components are also covered.
Construction Measurement and Cost You will learn about the use of elementary measurement techniques, including standard methods of measurement of simple structures, along with the use of forecasting in construction costing.
Construction Technology Construction Technology provides an introduction to low-rise building construction covering services; the identification of external and internal components; the application of construction principles in design; and the interpretation of construction and services drawings.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Management

BSc (Hons) Environmental Management

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Building Performance This subject area explores the primary thermal and physical aspects of building, including the methodology behind the composition and physical structure of building materials. The performance requirements for building materials and components are also covered.
Construction Measurement and Cost You will learn about the use of elementary measurement techniques, including standard methods of measurement of simple structures, along with the use of forecasting in construction costing.
Construction Technology Construction Technology provides an introduction to low-rise building construction covering services; the identification of external and internal components; the application of construction principles in design; and the interpretation of construction and services drawings.
BSc (Hons) Property Management and Valuation

BSc (Hons) Property Management and Valuation

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Building Performance This subject area explores the primary thermal and physical aspects of building, including the methodology behind the composition and physical structure of building materials. The performance requirements for building materials and components are also covered.
Construction Measurement and Cost You will learn about the use of elementary measurement techniques, including standard methods of measurement of simple structures, along with the use of forecasting in construction costing.
Construction Technology Construction Technology provides an introduction to low-rise building construction covering services; the identification of external and internal components; the application of construction principles in design; and the interpretation of construction and services drawings.
BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying

BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying

Foundation Maths

This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics at foundation level including algebraic manipulation, geometry, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus
Maths for Technology This module provides a grounding in a range of mathematical topics including algebraic manipulation, trigonometry, matrices, vectors, complex numbers, differential and integral calculus, elementary differential equations, as well as an introduction to basic statistical techniques. Applications of the mathematics are considered whenever appropriate.
Building Performance This subject area explores the primary thermal and physical aspects of building, including the methodology behind the composition and physical structure of building materials. The performance requirements for building materials and components are also covered.
Construction Measurement and Cost You will learn about the use of elementary measurement techniques, including standard methods of measurement of simple structures, along with the use of forecasting in construction costing.
Construction Technology Construction Technology provides an introduction to low-rise building construction covering services; the identification of external and internal components; the application of construction principles in design; and the interpretation of construction and services drawings.
BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing

BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Optometry

BSc (Hons) Optometry

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Orthoptics

BSc (Hons) Orthoptics

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Cell and Molecular Biology

BSc (Hons) Cell and Molecular Biology

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Food Biosciences

BSc (Hons) Food Biosciences

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Microbiology

BSc (Hons) Microbiology

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Pharmacology

BSc (Hons) Pharmacology

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation

BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation

Chemistry The aim is to provide you with a sound knowledge of chemistry fundamentals on which you can build in later years of the programme. You will begin with a study of the concepts of atomic and molecular structures, and continue to examine the stoichiometry, kinetics and mechanisms of reaction.
Cells and Biomolecules This module sets out to develop an understanding of the structure and function of biomolecules and the way that they interact in cellular processes. It introduces the structures and functions of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins and studies the role of these biomolecules, enzymes and energy in cellular processes.
Physiology 1 This introductory module provides an initial overview of the human body, considering fundamentals such as the essentials of anatomy, the world of physiological terminology and various regulatory mechanisms underpinning key activities of major body systems.
Physiology 2 This module provides detailed consideration of the physiology of major body systems: cardiovascular (including blood and immunity), respiratory, renal and digestive systems.
Core Skills in Bioscience 1 (40 credits) The module will introduce you to the Departmental and University Health and Safety Policies, risk assessment, the control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH), and good laboratory practice. A range of specific practical/laboratory skills such as microscopy and pipetting will be introduced and developed.
BA (Hons) Business Management

BA (Hons) Business Management

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) Finance, Investment and Risk

BA (Hons) Finance, Investment and Risk

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Business

BA (Hons) International Business

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Business and Finance

BA (Hons) International Business and Finance

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Business and Human Resource Management

BA (Hons) International Business and Human Resource Management

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Business and Marketing

BA (Hons) International Business and Marketing

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Events Management

BA (Hons) International Events Management

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Fashion Branding

BA (Hons) International Fashion Branding

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) International Marketing

BA (Hons) International Marketing

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.
BA (Hons) Risk Management

BA (Hons) Risk Management

Fundamentals of Financial Management

This module aims to emphasise an understanding and use of financial information rather than focus on the preparation of that information. Issues considered include past business performance, current financial position, and business planning, control and decision making.
Workplace Culture and Behaviour The module aims to prepare you for many facets of the workplace through considering contemporary issues and the changing nature of work and employment. A range of workplaces is examined in various contexts.
Foundations of Marketing This module introduces the principles of marketing and the central role of consumers in marketing within different types of organisations. Ethical issues surrounding marketing in terms of consumerism and marketing communications as well as the company’s perspective of ethical marketing are examples of the issues considered among others.
The Business of Social Science This module has two broad aims; to introduce you to the principles, ideas and value of the social sciences; and to understand how social science theories support the understanding of business and professional studies.
International Economic Issues and Challenges In this module you will examine the main economic issues affecting the world today. Examples of this include allocation of resources; understanding of economic systems; and international trade.

How do I qualify?

Academic requirements:

Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent) with good grades. For information about country-specific entry requirements please contact us.

English requirements:

4-year degree: IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent.

4-year degree with Pre-sessional English: IELTS 5.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 in all subskills) or equivalent.

If you don't meet the minimum English language requirements, you can still apply for the International Foundation at INTO Glasgow Caledonian University.

Please note in addition to the UKVI IELTS, we are able to accept other English language qualifications for this course. Check which other qualifications we accept.

When can I start?

Undergraduate Degree with International Year One

Start date Term dates Fees

September 2017 start (3 terms)

Term 1: Mon 18 Sep 2017 to Fri 08 Dec 2017

Term 2: Mon 08 Jan 2018 to Fri 23 Mar 2018

Term 3: Mon 26 Mar 2018 to Fri 15 Jun 2018

£12,495 to £14,495

January 2018 start (3 terms)

Term 1: Mon 08 Jan 2018 to Fri 23 Mar 2018

Term 2: Mon 26 Mar 2018 to Fri 15 Jun 2018

Term 3: Mon 18 Jun 2018 to Fri 17 Aug 2018

£12,495 to £14,495

Students continuing to a science degree programme will be charged at the higher rate.

Undergraduate Degree with International Year One and Pre-sessional English

Start date Term dates Fees

June 2017 start (4 terms)

Term 1: Mon 19 Jun 2017 to Fri 25 Aug 2017

Term 2: Mon 18 Sep 2017 to Fri 08 Dec 2017

Term 3: Mon 08 Jan 2018 to Fri 23 Mar 2018

Term 4: Mon 26 Mar 2018 to Fri 15 Jun 2018

£16,795 to £18,795

September 2017 start (4 terms)

Term 1: Tue 26 Sep 2017 to Fri 08 Dec 2017

Term 2: Mon 08 Jan 2018 to Fri 23 Mar 2018

Term 3: Mon 26 Mar 2018 to Fri 15 Jun 2018

Term 4: Mon 18 Jun 2018 to Fri 17 Aug 2018

£15,945 to £17,945

Students continuing to a science degree programme will be charged at the higher rate.

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Tuition fees do not include:

  • enrolment fee: an additional charge of £150 per academic programme (to be charged upon confirmation)
  • textbooks and other learning materials: an additional cost in the region of £210 per academic course (3 term) and £290 per academic course (4 term)

 

Is accommodation included in the fees?

Accommodation is not included in the fees. View our accommodation options.

How do I pay?

You can pay by bank transfer or by credit card. Please contact us for bank transfer details.

How do I apply?

You can apply online or by post. Find out more about how to apply to INTO Glasgow Caledonian University.

Degree options available for this course include:

BSc (Hons) Computing

BEng (Hons) Building Services Engineering

BSc (Hons) Environmental Civil Engineering

BEng (Hons) Fire Risk Engineering

BEng (Hons) Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering

BEng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Electronic Systems Engineering

BEng (Hons) Mechanical and Power Plant Systems

BEng (Hons) Networked Systems Engineering

BSc (Hons) Building Surveying

BSc (Hons) Construction Management

BSc (Hons) Environmental Management

BSc (Hons) Property Management and Valuation

BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

BSc (Hons) Cell and Molecular Biology

BSc (Hons) Food Biosciences

BSc (Hons) Microbiology

BSc (Hons) Pharmacology

BSc (Hons) Forensic Investigation

BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing

BSc (Hons) Optometry

BSc (Hons) Orthoptics

BA (Hons) Business Management

BA (Hons) Finance, Investment and Risk

BA (Hons) International Business

BA (Hons) International Business and Finance

BA (Hons) International Business and Human Resource Management

BA (Hons) International Business and Marketing

BA (Hons) International Events Management

BA (Hons) International Fashion Branding

BA (Hons) International Marketing

BA (Hons) Risk Management

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