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Top University Scholarship and NCFE accreditation for IFP students

The Heart of England International Academy is pleased to announce that the University of Leeds will provide three scholarships to our International Foundation Programme students, among which two will go for IFP Business Studies students and one will be for IFP other subject.

Each University of Leeds IFP scholarship will amount to £7500 per person, which is £2500 per year on a three year undergraduate study.

The IFP – Business Studies is now 'provisionally accredited' by NCFE, a UK national awarding organisation founded 1848, which 340,000 learners from 2000 colleges, schools and organisations chose NCFE| as the awarding organisation.

The IFP programmes due to the quality teaching and sufficient support to the international students, have witnessed an increasing number of applicants.

The IFP is a nine month intensive programme which prepares international students to apply for UK universities through UCAS system. January start IFP will be running with same number of annual class contact hours on a more intensive basis.  Strengths and weaknesses of the January start students will be assessed for the first few weeks in order that the specific additional support classes can be put in place where the students most need it.

The Heart of England International Academy’s two campuses at Stratford-upon-Avon College and City College Coventry offer ten International Foundation Programmes: Art & Design, Business Studies, Engineering, Information Technology, Management & Finance, Media Studies, Music Technology, Shakespeare Studies & Performance, Social Studies, and Hospitality Management. Click for more information: International Foundation Programmes| and Entry Requirements|.

International students will be required to have an IELTS certificate of 5.0 or equivalent.

For more information, please contact international@heia.ac.uk|

To apply: Online International Application Form|

Posted on Wednesday 8th February 2012