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  • Key information

    The Dukes University Foundation programme is a one year internally-assessed residential programme. The aim of the course is to prepare students fully for UK undergraduate life and also includes full IELTS preparation along with an EPQ programme to give students the very best chance of reaching some of the UK’s very best universities.

    There are four subject pathways:
    STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) endorsed by Cardiff Sixth Form College,
    BEM (Business, Economics and Management),
    Humanities
    Creative Arts

    www.sixthform.earlscliffe.co.uk/page/dukes-university-foundation-certificate

    Degree subjects the Foundation prepares students for

    STEM prepares students for biomedical science, computer science, biological sciences, physiotherapy, pharmacy, pharmacology, environmental science, biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, biochemistry, psychology and zoology

    Business prepares students for business studies, international business, management, economics and accounting.

    Humanities prepares students for law, journalism, history, communications and media, international relations, politics, modern languages and literature.

    Creative Arts prepares students for fine art, textiles, fashion design, photography, branding and PR, graphic design, graphic branding, product design, fashion and marketing, fashion management, interior design, architecture, film-making and curating.

    Which HE institutions have students gone on to study at?

    Some of the recent destinations that students have gained entry to are listed below:-
    Aston University – Business Management
    British College of Osteopathic Medicine – Osteopathy
    Brunel University – Management
    Coventry University – Interior Design
    Durham University – Accounting and Finance
    IHTTI, Switzerland – Hospitality and Brand Management
    Les Roches, Switzerland – Hotel and Hospitality Management, Hotel Management
    Middlesex University London – Psychology
    Queen Mary University of London – Mathematics and Accounting
    Royal Holloway, University of London – Business Management, Management
    UAL Chelsea College of Arts – Interior Design
    University of Birmingham – Accounting and Finance
    University of Buckingham – Business
    University of Central Lancashire – Biomedical Science
    University of Debrecen – Medicine
    University of Exeter – Business and Management
    University of Surrey – Business Management, Criminology
    University of Westminster – Architecture, Business Management, Interior Design
    UWE Bristol – Aviation Engineering and Pilot Studies

    Location

    Earlscliffe is located in the small town of Folkestone on the South Coast of England. The Folkestone is 52 mins by direct train from Central London, with easy access to Canterbury and the port of Dover. The school itself is 5 minutes from the town centre with lots of cafe’s, restaurants and shops and we are a 15 minute walk away from a beautiful sandy beach. The closest major airport is Gatwick which is approximately 75 miles away and an hour and 15 minutes by car.

    Fees

    £12,860 per term – £38,580 per annum.
    Registration fee-£295
    Deposit (refundable less costs when a student completes his/her studies) a 1 off fee of £2,650

    Entry requirements

    Students should have completed their own country’s formal secondary school leaving certificate or qualification(s). Students must be 17yrs+ by 1st January after the course start date. Students must have attained a minimum English Language Level of IELTS 5.0 (or equivalent) prior to starting the course.



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