Start your journey to a world-class university with NCUK. NCUK university pathway qualifications are recognised by 45+ universities around the world, including:
NCUK university pathway qualifications are designed to help you succeed at university:
Progress to thousands of degree courses in a wide range of subjects including: business, marketing, law, medicine, engineering, artificial intelligence, nursing and much more. Successful completion of an NCUK qualification also guarantees you a place at an NCUK University* meaning that you can be confident of securing a place at university by choosing NCUK.
Whether you have just finished high school and want to take your next step towards university, or whether you want to enhance your skills for a master’s degree, we have a range of qualifications that will get you to where you want to be.
You can study qualifications at any of NCUK's 100+ Study Centres in 30+ countries worldwide which provides you with the flexibility of starting your university pathway qualification locally or overseas in the UK & Ireland.
Whichever option you choose, all of the NCUK Study Centres around the world are also fully equipped to deliver teaching online giving you peace of mind that your studies will not be disrupted.
We are experts in helping international students, just like you, get in to university and we’ve helped more than 40,000 students secure their place at university.
By studying one NCUK's qualifications you also benefit from the services of the NCUK Student Support Team which will help you throughout the entire university application process and ensure that you get into the most appropriate degree course at university. The NCUK Student Support Team always acts in your best interest and provide you with expert guidance at every step of the way.
My consultant was very helpful and motivating. She helped me every step of the way, even when the deadline was so close. I feel I could not have done it without her. I'd highly recommend this service to any and all of my many friends interested.
Brishti Basu Biosciences at Coventry University