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International Foundation in Humanities and Law

Prepare for direct entry to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree in a range of subjects across law, film studies, international development and politics at UEA.

Course features

  • Develop the knowledge and skills for your chosen degree through a specialist pathway.
  • Guaranteed university placement for all successful students. Find out more about our money back guarantee.
  • Benefit from smaller class sizes than at university, meaning you'll have more time with your teachers.
  • Adapt to studying in the UK thanks to university-style teaching for subject-based modules.
  • Guidance with your university applications, so you choose the best degree for you.
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Develop both your academic knowledge and English language skills in just nine months.

How do I qualify?

English language requirements:

IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 4.5 in all subskills) or equivalent. If the University degree programme you wish to progress to has an English language requirement of IELTS 7.0, we recommend you begin your International Foundation with a minimum of IELTS 6.0.

Age requirements: 16 years and above

All students must be 17 years old by 15 September of the year they start their degree at UEA.

Academic requirements:

Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades.

Don't meet the English language level?
Apply for our Academic English
Scholarships

Find out if you qualify for one of our pathway scholarships.

When you continue to your degree at UEA you may also qualify for a progression scholarship worth £3,000 for each year of your programme.

All students are welcome to apply, no matter what your background or financial circumstance.


Dates and prices

Start date End date Course length Fees
24 September 2018 31 May 2019 3 Terms £18,195
7 January 2019 23 August 2019 3 Terms £18,195
23 September 2019 29 May 2020 3 Terms
-
6 January 2020 21 August 2020 3 Terms
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Class information

Class hours:

20 hours per week on average

Class size: 17
Class duration:
  • English classes per week: 6-8 hours
  • Subject module classes per week: 12 hours + 1 hour helpdesk
  • Average total per week: 20 hours

Classes are held Monday to Friday between 8.30am-6.30pm, excluding bank holidays.


Where will it take me?

This course leads to the following degrees:
Featured progression degree
INTO International students group working

Are you the next award-winning writer, poet or journalist? Develop your creative writing skills alongside a critical study of literature at UEA.

This exciting degree includes classes in writing poetry, prose and drama, and you’ll be taught by practising and published authors. You’ll get involved in interactive workshops where you’ll develop new creative material through technical exercises, group discussion and the exploration of strategies for drafting and re-drafting new work.

Plus, it’s a great location to study this subject - Norwich was England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and UEA are the pioneers of Creative Writing teaching in the UK.


What will I study?

All students complete modules tailored to your chosen degree subjects.

Please note that the module descriptions shown are for the 2018/19 academic year.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed in each module. Assessment is designed to help you build on our success and meet the requirements for entry to the first year of a degree. Grades from the International Foundation programme do not count towards the final degree but they help the University assess your abilities in your chosen field of study.

You are assessed by a combination of examination and course work, which may include:

  • essays
  • reports
  • practicals
  • exercises
  • group and individual research projects
  • portfolios
  • oral presentations
  • seminar discussions
  • class tests
  • problem solving exercises
Photo of international student Ai Ichinohe
Study one (or more) term(s) of English before continuing on to your academic pathway programme. Perfect if you need to improve your English level by 0.5 IELTS point.

How do I qualify?

English language requirements:

IELTS 5.0 (with a minimum of 4.5 in all subskills) or equivalent. If the University degree programme you wish to progress to has an English language requirement of IELTS 7.0, we recommend you begin your International Foundation with a minimum of IELTS 6.0.

Age requirements: 16 years and above

All students must be 17 years old by 15 September of the year they start their degree at UEA.

Academic requirements:

Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades.

Don't meet the English language level?
Apply for our Academic English
Scholarships

Find out if you qualify for one of our pathway scholarships.

When you continue to your degree at UEA you may also qualify for a progression scholarship worth £3,000 for each year of your programme.

All students are welcome to apply, no matter what your background or financial circumstance.


Dates and prices

Start date End date Course length Fees
1 October 2018 23 August 2019 4 Terms £23,090
8 July 2019 29 May 2020 4 Terms
-
30 September 2019 21 August 2020 4 Terms
-

Class information

Class hours:

20 hours per week on average

Class size: 17
Class duration:
  • English classes per week: 6-8 hours
  • Subject module classes per week: 12 hours + 1 hour helpdesk
  • Average total per week: 20 hours

Classes are held Monday to Friday between 8.30am-6.30pm, excluding bank holidays.


Where will it take me?

This course leads to the following degrees:
Featured progression degree
INTO International students group working

Are you the next award-winning writer, poet or journalist? Develop your creative writing skills alongside a critical study of literature at UEA.

This exciting degree includes classes in writing poetry, prose and drama, and you’ll be taught by practising and published authors. You’ll get involved in interactive workshops where you’ll develop new creative material through technical exercises, group discussion and the exploration of strategies for drafting and re-drafting new work.

Plus, it’s a great location to study this subject - Norwich was England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and UEA are the pioneers of Creative Writing teaching in the UK.


What will I study?

All students complete modules tailored to your chosen degree subjects.

Please note that the module descriptions shown are for the 2018/19 academic year.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed in each module. Assessment is designed to help you build on our success and meet the requirements for entry to the first year of a degree. Grades from the International Foundation programme do not count towards the final degree but they help the University assess your abilities in your chosen field of study.

You are assessed by a combination of examination and course work, which may include:

  • essays
  • reports
  • practicals
  • exercises
  • group and individual research projects
  • portfolios
  • oral presentations
  • seminar discussions
  • class tests
  • problem solving exercises
Photo of international student Ai Ichinohe

How do I qualify?

English language requirements:

IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 4.5 in all subskills) or equivalent. If the University degree programme you wish to progress to has an English language requirement of IELTS 7.0, we recommend you begin your International Foundation with a minimum of IELTS 6.0.

Age requirements: 16 years and above

All students must be 17 years old by 15 September of the year they start their degree at UEA.

Academic requirements:

Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades.

Don't meet the English language level?
Apply for our Academic English
Scholarships

Find out if you qualify for one of our pathway scholarships.

When you continue to your degree at UEA you may also qualify for a progression scholarship worth £3,000 for each year of your programme.

All students are welcome to apply, no matter what your background or financial circumstance.

Dates and prices

Start date End date Course length Fees
24 September 2018 31 May 2019 3 Terms £18,195
7 January 2019 23 August 2019 3 Terms £18,195
23 September 2019 29 May 2020 3 Terms
-
6 January 2020 21 August 2020 3 Terms
-

Class information

Class hours:

20 hours per week on average

Class size: 17
Class duration:
  • English classes per week: 6-8 hours
  • Subject module classes per week: 12 hours + 1 hour helpdesk
  • Average total per week: 20 hours

Classes are held Monday to Friday between 8.30am-6.30pm, excluding bank holidays.

Where will it take me?

This course leads to the following degrees:
Featured progression degree
INTO International students group working

Are you the next award-winning writer, poet or journalist? Develop your creative writing skills alongside a critical study of literature at UEA.

This exciting degree includes classes in writing poetry, prose and drama, and you’ll be taught by practising and published authors. You’ll get involved in interactive workshops where you’ll develop new creative material through technical exercises, group discussion and the exploration of strategies for drafting and re-drafting new work.

Plus, it’s a great location to study this subject - Norwich was England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and UEA are the pioneers of Creative Writing teaching in the UK.

What will I study?

All students complete modules tailored to your chosen degree subjects.

Please note that the module descriptions shown are for the 2018/19 academic year.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed in each module. Assessment is designed to help you build on our success and meet the requirements for entry to the first year of a degree. Grades from the International Foundation programme do not count towards the final degree but they help the University assess your abilities in your chosen field of study.

You are assessed by a combination of examination and course work, which may include:

  • essays
  • reports
  • practicals
  • exercises
  • group and individual research projects
  • portfolios
  • oral presentations
  • seminar discussions
  • class tests
  • problem solving exercises
Photo of international student Ai Ichinohe

How do I qualify?

English language requirements:

IELTS 5.0 (with a minimum of 4.5 in all subskills) or equivalent. If the University degree programme you wish to progress to has an English language requirement of IELTS 7.0, we recommend you begin your International Foundation with a minimum of IELTS 6.0.

Age requirements: 16 years and above

All students must be 17 years old by 15 September of the year they start their degree at UEA.

Academic requirements:

Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades.

Don't meet the English language level?
Apply for our Academic English
Scholarships

Find out if you qualify for one of our pathway scholarships.

When you continue to your degree at UEA you may also qualify for a progression scholarship worth £3,000 for each year of your programme.

All students are welcome to apply, no matter what your background or financial circumstance.

Dates and prices

Start date End date Course length Fees
1 October 2018 23 August 2019 4 Terms £23,090
8 July 2019 29 May 2020 4 Terms
-
30 September 2019 21 August 2020 4 Terms
-

Class information

Class hours:

20 hours per week on average

Class size: 17
Class duration:
  • English classes per week: 6-8 hours
  • Subject module classes per week: 12 hours + 1 hour helpdesk
  • Average total per week: 20 hours

Classes are held Monday to Friday between 8.30am-6.30pm, excluding bank holidays.

Where will it take me?

This course leads to the following degrees:
Featured progression degree
INTO International students group working

Are you the next award-winning writer, poet or journalist? Develop your creative writing skills alongside a critical study of literature at UEA.

This exciting degree includes classes in writing poetry, prose and drama, and you’ll be taught by practising and published authors. You’ll get involved in interactive workshops where you’ll develop new creative material through technical exercises, group discussion and the exploration of strategies for drafting and re-drafting new work.

Plus, it’s a great location to study this subject - Norwich was England’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and UEA are the pioneers of Creative Writing teaching in the UK.

What will I study?

All students complete modules tailored to your chosen degree subjects.

Please note that the module descriptions shown are for the 2018/19 academic year.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed in each module. Assessment is designed to help you build on our success and meet the requirements for entry to the first year of a degree. Grades from the International Foundation programme do not count towards the final degree but they help the University assess your abilities in your chosen field of study.

You are assessed by a combination of examination and course work, which may include:

  • essays
  • reports
  • practicals
  • exercises
  • group and individual research projects
  • portfolios
  • oral presentations
  • seminar discussions
  • class tests
  • problem solving exercises
Photo of international student Ai Ichinohe
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