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Preparatory/Foundation Year Programs

A preparatory or foundation year is a one-year introduction to a full degree curriculum and prepares students for their entry into university. These programs train students in a wide variety of subjects such as Arts, Humanities, Business, Biological and Life Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Natural Sciences and even more. The variety of different preparatory and foundation years can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular prep years listed below.

Newly Added Programs

Valahia University of Targoviste
2020-10-20
Romania, Târgoviște
LSI Portsmouth
2020-09-25
United Kingdom, Portsmouth
Kingsgate International College
2020-09-05
United Kingdom, London
University for the Creative Arts
2020-09-04
United Kingdom, Canterbury, + 6 More
University of Europe for Applied Sciences
2020-09-03
Germany, Berlin, + 2 More
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences
2020-08-18
Regent College London
2020-08-04
United Kingdom, Wembley, + 4 More
National Research Tomsk State University
2020-06-06
Russia, Tomsk
Muscat University
2020-06-05
Oman, Muscat
Accademia di Belle Arti Aldo Galli - IED Network
2020-05-25
Italy, Como
Palacky University
2020-05-22
Czech Republic, Olomouc
“1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia
2020-04-23
Romania, Alba Iulia

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February 6, 2020

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