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4-Term Pathway - Extended International Foundation Year - Biomedical, Life & Environmental Sciences (Foundation Certificate) Transfer to MSc. (Hons) in Natural Sciences at University of Exeter INTO Centre Fee:£23,645.00 GBP / Year (Scholarship Available)

This program consists of a pathway offered by INTO at the International Study Centre for the University of Exeter followed by entry into a university program offered at the University of Exeter. An International Foundation Year will help you establish the necessary English language abilities, skills and pertinent subject-specific knowledge needed to flourish in your intended academic degree. 

The International Foundation Year in Biomedical, Life and Environmental Sciences will ensure you have the required skills and tools necessary for success in an undergraduate degree in an array of fields such as Biology, Geography, and Medical Sciences at the University of Exeter. Course modules, English training, and lessons will help you adapt to studying in the UK. Additionally, you will establish the skills and knowledge required for your intended and chosen degree. The University of Exeter will also offer you guidance with your university applications so you can choose the right degree for you.

Our Natural Sciences degree will place you at the heart of a community of internationally respected scientists, who are exploring some of the most important developments of the future, and whose enthusiasm for research is matched by their passion for teaching. We believe every student benefits from being part of a research-inspired culture and being taught by experts – you will discuss the very latest ideas in seminars and tutorials.

You will learn through practical work, problem-solving, project work, team work and research projects - key qualities for success for the rest of your degree and your future career. Working through examples, solving problems and developing your mathematical and analytical skills are a vital part of being a scientist, so coursework forms a component of most modules. Modules will have a reading list that might consist of chapters from textbooks and research articles from journals.

Excellent student-to-staff ratios, small group tutorials and accessible staff will mean you’re well supported throughout your degree. In all years you will be offered personal tutoring in small groups with an academic who you will see every week.

You will be expected to undertake independent and self-motivated study as part of your degree and should expect your total workload to average about 40 hours per week during term time. We will support you in learning to work independently and becoming a scientific thinker – these skills are not easy to acquire but we will be on-hand to guide you throughout the programme.
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