Studying at INTO London

At INTO London World Education Centre, we are committed to helping you progress to your choice of university in the UK. With experienced teachers, state-of-the-art facilities and friendly staff to support you, you’ll leave feeling fully prepared to start your degree. By the time you progress, you’ll have:

  • expanded your academic knowledge in your chosen subject area
  • improved your essay writing and study skills
  • developed your English language speaking, listening and writing skills

Who will teach my course at INTO London?

Your preparation course will be delivered by INTO London’s experienced and supportive teachers – all of whom understand how challenging it is to study abroad in a new country. They will help you understand the UK education system, prepare you for university learning and give you all the support you need to progress to university.

Where can I go for support with my studies?

Support is always available at the INTO London World Education Centre – whether you need academic advice, additional help communicating in English or to talk through your progression options. Your teachers will offer academic support, there are specialist advisor to help with English language skills and the student services team will handle everything else! Whatever you need, we’re here to help you.

A level program and pathway options

A typical undergraduate degree in England lasts three years, while a postgraduate degree lasts one year. This study length could increase for specialised medical and health degrees or if you take an option with a placement year or a year abroad.

As an INTO London student, you will add additional preparatory study time to your degree programme. The amount of time will depend on the programme you choose. An undergraduate preparation programme will add 3 or 4 terms (approx. 9 or 12 months) of study time, while a postgraduate preparation programme will add 2 or 3 terms (approx. 6 or 9 months) of study time.

Terms are periods of time that your study programme is broken up into across the academic year. During this time, you will attend classes. Between each term or semester, you will have a few weeks without classes to take a break, study independently and work on assignments.

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How and when will I receive feedback?

Your progress will be monitored throughout the programme. You will receive three reports throughout the academic year at INTO London, followed by final transcript of your results at the end of the programme. You will also have at least one tutorial per term with your Personal Tutor, who will discuss your progress with you.

What is expected of me during my INTO programme?

You are expected to attend all timetabled classes, be aware of any changes to your class time or room and attend any other events set by INTO, such as extra classes. If you know that you will miss a class due to illness or another reason, you should contact your INTO Centre to let them know.

We encourage you to be actively involved in every part of your studies by preparing in advance for your lessons, asking and answering questions in class and working with your classmates.

How and when will I receive my class timetable?

Your academic timetable is created by the Academic Support Team in the INTO Centre and will include classes for a selection of different modules. The modules shown in your timetable are dependent on the pathway programme you choose. Most programmes only have core modules, which means that you will have a set selection of modules to take, but on certain programmes you may have specialist modules to choose between.

You will receive your timetable via email once you have arrived at the Centre and fully registered for your programme. Newly updated timetables will be sent out at the beginning of each term. If you would like a hard copy of your timetable, we can provide one for you – simply contact the Academic Support Team.