INTO University of Exeter to launch new Finance and Accounting, and Management fast track foundation - 12 December 2016

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INTO University of Exeter to launch new Finance and Accounting, and Management fast track foundation

12 December 2016

 

INTO University of Exeter is launching a brand new six-month foundation programme in Finance and Accounting, and Management, starting in March 2017.

This fast track International Foundation is the first of its kind at INTO University of Exeter and has been designed as an intensive academic programme for students with a higher level of English.

This new programme is structured differently in that it has a more concentrated academic content and less English-based input compared to a standard foundation programme. Students will have 4 hours of English per week, as opposed to 12 hours on the standard Foundation, as well as 20 hours of the other subject modules covered in the programme. This programme is being taught separately to the other Business foundations which means small class sizes and more 1-1 academic support, which will allow a greater depth of study through regular discussions and class debates.

Students completing the programme have a guaranteed place on one of the following popular degrees at the University of Exeter Business School: BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, BSc Business, BSc Business and Accounting, BA (Hons) Business and Management, BA (Hons) Management with Marketing.

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