Chelsea Independent College

NCUK FOUNDATION HUMANITIES

Chelsea Independent College
In London

£18,000
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Important information

Typology Foundation degree
Location London
Duration 9 Months
Start September 2019
  • Foundation degree
  • London
  • Duration:
    9 Months
  • Start:
    September 2019
Description

Students on the NCUK Humanities Pathway can progress onto a wide range of degrees in this field, from Law, Politics and International Relations, to Journalism and PR. The key difference between this pathway and the Business pathway is the exclusion of the Mathematics module. The Humanities pathway has a stronger emphasis on developing essay-writing and research skills.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Sep-2019
London
Chelsea Independent College, Fulham Road, London, London, England
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Starts Sep-2019
Location
London
Chelsea Independent College, Fulham Road, London, London, England
See map

To take into account

· Requirements

IELTS 5.0, GCSE or equivalent Minimum age 16

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What you'll learn on the course

Art
Design
Politics
International
Writing
Humanities
Business Studies
Society
Economics
International Relations

Course programme

The Humanities Pathway on the NCUK International Foundation programme comprises the following modules:

Economics

This course provides an introduction to basic economic concepts and principles. The first term deals with micro-economic issues; the second term with macroeconomic issues.

Politics and Society

This course provides students with a strong foundation in a variety of political topics. Traditional Politics and Society syllabuses have been modified to cater for students with little or no background knowledge in this area.

Business Studies

The aim of this module is to ensure students have a solid grounding in many areas of Business, and feel confident in commencing their studies in this field at undergraduate level.

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Students develop academic reading, writing, listening and speaking skills together with the skills required to interpret academic texts and write academic assignments.

OPTIONAL (to replace another module, excluding EAP)

Art and Design

This module facilitates the preparation of a portfolio in preparation for entry to a range of art-related UK university programs.


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