There’s lots of financial support to get you started – including a new travel bursary and a progression bursary, and you can also apply for a student loan, irrespective of age. We’ll help you gain study skills, and provide support for your wellbeing throughout your course.
FOUNDATION ENTRY DEGREES AT BURNLEY
UCLan Burnley currently offer the following Foundation Entry degree courses :
Health and Social Care Foundation Entry Route, FdA
Successful completion of this course gives students the opportunity to progress to the following pathways: Nursing (Adult, Child or Mental - subject to successful interview and enhanced DBS), Sexual Health Studies, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Psychology with Counselling and Psychotherapy and Foundation degree in Health and Social Care.
Find out more via the central UCLan Foundation Entry pages (this opens in a new window)
A FOUNDATION YEAR COULD BE YOUR ROUTE TO A DEGREE
Here at the University of Central Lancashire we’re committed to helping you lay the foundations for degree success. If your qualifications do not meet the current admission requirements for direct entry on to an undergraduate honours degree programme, then Foundation Entry could be for you. Give us a call on 01772 892400 for help and advice and to apply for this September.
WHAT IS A FOUNDATION ENTRY DEGREE?
Foundation Entry degree courses are designed for students who have the ability to study for a degree, but don’t have the necessary formal qualifications to enter directly on to their chosen Honours degree programme. An additional preliminary year of study will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to succeed at Honours degree level.
It also provides an ideal solution if you perhaps chose the wrong A Level subjects, instead of repeating a year at school or college, giving you the university experience from the outset. Many of our Foundation Entry degrees offer some flexibility within the subject area at the end of the first year, giving you more time to decide on your specific pathway.
These integrated Foundation Entry Degrees are different to Foundation Degrees, which are usually offered over 2 years by colleges, and require a further top-up to gain an Honours degree classification.