NCUK In Malvern House London
University Pathway Programme, International Foundation Year
University Pathway Programmes, International Foundation Year
Malvern House London is a leading provider of education for international students located in central London. Since opening in 2000, more than 40,000 student from around the globe have chosen Malvern House London as their place of study. The school is accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English, is a Trinity Exam Centre and is also ISI accredited meaning we can accept students that wish to travel on the Tier 4 (general) student visa. Our modern and state-of-the-art teaching facility is located in the heart of central London is the bustling Kings Cross area of the city, offering unrivalled access to the worlds leading city for international education.
"Studying in UK prepares you well for postgraduate studies. The UK has a high quality of education."
"The education system of UK is brilliant. There are so many cultures and many people from diverse backgrounds. It's a chance to learn other languages. "
"It was good help and support from the NCUK programme. The NCUK IFY is a much better preparation for studying in the UK than A-level or IELTS"
"I look at several foundation programmes but NCUK stood out to because it worked with good universities that I was interested in."
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This guide details the entry requirement for students from South Asia region applying to study the NCUK International Foundation Year.
Applicants must normally be 17 years at the start of the IFY
General Academic Requirement from Local Examination
Students must normally have successfully complemented 12 years of school education.
Minimum Academic Requirements from Internationally Recognized Examinations
Students who have completed the International Baccalaureate with a minimum 22 points may be accepted. Note that students with 24 points or more are eligible for entry to the NCUK IF year one. Students who have studied UK GCSE, IGCSE or O-level will need to be approved via the NSE route before they can be accepted, the exception being students who achieve a minimum of 5 subjects at AAABB including Math’s and English. Note that such students may have slightly limited university options following the IFY. Students who have a minimum of an E grade at UK
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