The undergraduate course can be a full bachelors’ degree or TOP-UP programmes. Each year of study is equivalent to a level, from Level 4 to Level 6. The most popular types of bachelor are BS (Bachelor of Science) and BA (Bachelor of Arts).
Students who wish to apply for an undergraduate course must hold a high school certificate or equivalent depending on the country where the previous studies were taken. In some cases, relevant work experience can be accepted instead of a high school certificate. Other documents needed for the application are a valid passport or European ID, CV (curriculum vitae) and Personal Statement.
Course duration: From 1 to 3 or 4 years depending on the level.
Mode of study: Full-time
*ask your advisor about daytime or evening & weekend options.
The English requirements are different for each level.
- Foundation / Extended Degree (4-years programme) – 55 points
- Year 1 (3-years programme) – 60 points (none component below 55)
- TOP-UP degree (1-year programme) – 65 points (none component below 55)
List of courses available:
- BSc – Health and Social Care
- BSc – Business Management
- BSc – Business and Marketing
- BSc – Business and Tourism Management
- BSc – Business and Healthcare Management
- BSc – Business and Hospitality Management
- BSc – Business and Events Management
- BSc – Business and Human Resource Management
- BSc – International Business Management
- BA (Hons) – Business Management (Healthcare)
- LLB (Hons) – Law
- BSc – Business and Law
- BSc – Law and Accounting
- BSc – Finance and Accounting
- BSc – Accounting and Management
- BSc (Hons) – Business Accounting
- BA (Hons) – Accounting and Financial Management
- BSc – Computing Technologies
- BSc – Computing Systems
- BSc (Hons) Applied Computing (Top-Up)
- BA (Hons) Business (Top-Up)
- BA (Hons) Business Enterprise, Creation and Management (Top-Up)
- BA (Hons) International Banking & Finance (Top-Up)
Course sectors in Southampton only:
- Architecture and Construction
- Art and Design
- Business and Finance
- Computing and Games
- English and Journalism
- Health and Psychology
- International Studies
- Law and Criminology
- Marketing, Communications and Public Relations
- Music and Performance
- Sport and Fitness
- Travel and Tourism
- Tv, Film, Media Production and Technology
Before applying for an undergraduate course, speak with your advisor to clarify your certificate’s equivalency, and we will give you full guidance regarding all the documents needed for the application and preparation for exams.
We work with different start dates (intakes – January, June, and September). Your advisor will also help you with the course availability for each intake and city together with all the information you might need.