International Foundation Programme EU
The International Foundation Programme
cheap ray ban outlet (EU) is designed with European students in mind who wish to gain admission to a range of undergraduate programmes at Canterbury Christ Church University. It prepares them for both their English language level for entry and also for content knowledge they will need to begin the BA/BSc programmes.
Once students successfully complete the year long International Foundation Programme (EU), they are automatically accepted onto the first year of their undergraduate programmes at the University.
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The programme is divided into two semesters Semester 1 is from September to December and Semester 2 is from January to May.
In Semester 1, students must take the compulsory modules:
English for University Study 1 (70 hours) and
English for University Study 2 (70 hours).
The optional modules that they can choose from are (students take one module): Studio Practices (50 hours), Investigating British Life and Culture (50 hours) or Investigating Business Practices 1 (50 hours).
In Semester 2, the compulsory module is Academic English (140 hours).
The optional modules are (students take two modules): Studio Practices 2 (50 hours), Foundation Law (50 hours), Investigating Business Practices 2 (50 hours), Foundation Social Sciences (50 hours), Foundation Media Studies (50 hours), Foundation Business (50 hours), Foundation English Language and Communication (50 hours), Skills Science (50 hours), Biology Processes of Life (50
cheap ray bans hours).
The options chosen depend on the BA/BSc that the applicant is intending
discount ray bans to study, and availability. Students are advised by the International Foundation Programme (EU) Director on this. Morning classes are between 9.00am and 12.30pm and afternoon classes are between 2.00pm and 5.00pm. There is an examination at the end of each of the two semesters.Articles Connexes：