What is the UFP?
The University Foundation Programme (UFP) is a one-year intensive course that prepares both British and international students to attend top UK universities.
It is an alternative route to degree-level studies and is recognised as an A-Level or IB equivalent. This programme allows you to enter a UK University if you are an EU or International student who has completed secondary school outside the UK.
Our UFP is world-renowned with an excellent success rate in placing international students at top British universities.
The UFP is independent of any particular university allowing our UFP students freedom of choice to apply to many of the best universities in the UK as well as international institutions.
Students can apply to five universities, during their time on this course. We offer extensive academic guidance based on our students’ preferences, from the start of the course all the way through to their UCAS application and personal statement, to help our students find the best university for them.
Our University Foundation Programme team has a wealth of experience in preparing students for entry into the top British universities, and we have excellent relationships with many UK and international universities.
With our various Extended Programme options, we offer more flexibility than most foundation courses.
Our small class sizes and personalised tuition allow us to focus more on students’ needs, resulting in exceptional academic performance leading to chosen places at desired universities.
The quality of the UFP is moderated by academics from UCL, Brunel University, City University, Royal Holloway University of London and Southampton University.
It has articulation agreements with a wide range of universities.
Study In London
You can also study the UFP at David Game College in London, close to iconic buildings such as the Tower of London, the Gherkin, the Bank of England and the Shard.