GFP focuses on the development of German language skills
German Foundation Program (GFP) at Avicenna is designed for those students who have completed their high school and plan to continue their studies at a university in Germany, Austria or Swiss where the language of instruction will be German. GFP focuses on the development of the German language skills of the students. All eligible students can apply for this course but prior knowledge of German is not a requirement.
To apply to any AIC Foundation Program, you will be taken through the following steps:
Submit the completed Application Form for one of AIC Foundation Programs
Prepare the application and registration documents
Transfer the tuition fee and insurance fee to AIC
AIC Email and Communication System
Hungarian Schengen Visa
Future Opportunities for AIC Students:
Upon graduation from AIC, the majority of our students join the best European, UK and American universities to complete their studies. Many universities are now actively looking for admitting AIC students thanks to the high quality of education at AIC.
Other graduates of AIC who have completed the foundation programs in Nursing, IT, Tourism and Hotel Management or other fields are happy to find a job and get well-paid in the European market.
Your Future University:
Many European, UK and North American universities admit our graduate students. For medical studies, our graduates rank among the best in universities like Semmelweis University (Hungary), Szeged University (Hungary), Charles University (Czech Republic), Comenius University (Slovakia), several other universities in Italy, Spain, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, and other countries.
Those students who complete the NCUK foundation program can continue their International Year One at AIC and then move to a UK partner university to complete their BA/BS or MS degrees. The following UK universities GUARANTEE and admission to our students who are strong in English and sciences:
University of Birmingham
University of Bradford
University of Bristol
University of Huddersfield
University of Kent
Kingston University London
University of Leeds
Leeds Becket University
Liverpool John Moores University
Manchester Metropolitan University
Queen Mary University of London
University of Salford, Manchester
The University of Sheffield
Sheffield Hallam University