The University of Bath International Foundation Year
Choose your progression degree
Students who want to progress to degrees in the Science and Engineering faculties at the University of Bath can find a wide variety of exciting opportunities. The subject areas are challenging and interesting, and put many of your skills to the test. A recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers suggests that physics and chemistry graduates will earn more than other graduates over their lifetimes. Science graduates are sought after in all areas of business, not only in the scientific industries. Mathematics graduates are some of the most sought-after across all industries, and mathematics can provide an excellent grounding for various careers including those in finance and accounting.
Those students who want to progress to degrees in the Humanities and Social Science faculty (including Economics) or the School of Management will also find a wide range of fascinating subject areas such as education, economics, health, politics, psychology, business and social sciences to choose from. A degree in economics, for example, provides you with a wide array of both subject-specific skills and transferable skills which are highly sought after by employers. Students in the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies are the potential world leaders of the future, aiming for careers in international politics, business and communication. And those studying psychology have a wide range of career options open to them including jobs in management, human resources, market research and communication.
The University of Bath has accredited Bath College to teach the International Foundation Year, and students may progress from Bath College to their intended undergraduate degree programme at the University of Bath if they achieve the progression grades in the required subjects. You can be sure of the highest quality teaching and learning experience, and excellent support while you are studying at Bath College.
Find out more about the college by watching the video on this page.
What our students say
Umaima AL MURAZZA, from Oman, BSc Biology ‘I have now been in Bath for two months, and it is a real change of environment from Oman, especially the weather! But Bath is a peaceful, cute place and it feels safe and friendly. One of the main challenges for me at first was managing my own time. Our tutor suggested that we set up a timetable for ourselves, for our private time as well as our study time, and this has been really helpful. I have made some good friends here.’