Awarding body to be confirmed.
How long is the course?
We anticipate that the course will begin in January 2020 and last three years.
How will I learn?
Lectures, demonstrations, presentations, seminars, group work, simulations, case studies and self study are the principal methods of teaching and learning.
This course is intended to be challenging and you will need to balance your personal situations (home and work) with the amount of degree work required to achieve the qualification. In addition to attending weekly lectures and related seminars, you will need to conduct private study after these sessions.
What subjects will I study?
All modules within the Foundation Degree will be focused around Project Management.
How will I be assessed?
Individual and group coursework, presentations, essays, portfolio and reports.
Are there any additional costs?
Fees for Part-time study in 2019/20 are £1,075 per 20 credit module. Typically this will be £4,300 per 80 credits. To gain the Foundation Degree you will need to study and pass a total of 240 credits. Fees for the duration of the full course, typically over 3 years, are £12,900 plus a small annual inflationary increase as determined by the Government.
For more details on additional costs, please refer to the HE Tuition Fees Contract.
When is the next start date?
We anticipate that the course will begin in January 2020.
Enrolment & Timetable Information
Enrolment sessions are to be confirmed for 2019/20. Timetable information for January 2020 to be confirmed.
What are the entry requirements?
To be confirmed, but students are normally expected to have at least four GCSE passes at grade C or equivalent and to have one pass at GCE A2 level (6 unit awards) or an NVQ3 or equivalent in a relevant subject (evidenced professional or work experience may demonstrate equivalence), typically 80 UCAS points. Candidates must also be able to demonstrate competence in English Language and have evidence of a wide range of study at GCSE level or equivalent, including, where appropriate, portfolios of work.
Relevant business experience will also be taken into consideration.
How can I apply?
Students can register their interest using our online application.
Can I get more information?
For more information please contact us:
T: 01229 825017
What opportunities will this lead to?
Employment opportunities would include roles within Project Management.
Progression to further study is yet to be confirmed, but this would typically include studying at Level 6.