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SI-UK will help you apply to ONCAMPUS UK North

At ONCAMPUS UK North, based on the campus of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), students are encouraged to develop the skills required for progression onto degree programmes at the best UK universities. With our host partner UCLan, offering guaranteed progression*, students can choose to continue onto a degree at UCLan or apply to any other UK university with our help and support.

UCLan has established an international reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative universities. UCLan has established an international reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative universities and is ranked in the top 6.6% of universities worldwide (Center for World University Rankings 2021-21). UCLan is a modern university with a strong tradition and a truly international focus. UCLan is a modern university with a strong tradition and a truly international focus.

ONCAMPUS UK North
Programmes
Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP)
  • 1 year (3 terms)
  • Successful students guaranteed progression* to UCLan and the opportunity to apply to a number of other top UK universities through the UCAS process
  • 4 pathways available: Business, Economics, Finance and Management, Engineering & Physical Sciences, Humanities & Social Sciences and Life Sciences
Medicine Undergraduate Foundation Programme (MUFP)
  • 1 year (3 terms)
  • Opportunity to apply for Year 1 of a number of Medicine or Veterinary Medicine degrees at our partners UCLan, the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland and St George's University, Grenada
  • 4 core modules: Biology, Chemistry, Pure Maths with Statistics and English
  • Personal Tutor to support you throughout the programme to support you to become a successful medicine student, and prepare you for your university interview
Master’s Foundation Programme (MFP)
  • 2 or 3 terms
  • Guaranteed progression* to a wide range of Master’s degrees at UCLan and the opportunity to apply to other top UK universities through the UCAS process.
  • Improve your English while learning the study skills and research methods that you will need during your Master’s degree studies.

*Guaranteed progression is subject to successful completion of your chosen Foundation programme.

Entry Requirements
Programmes English Level Academic Requirements Min. Age
Undergraduate Foundation Programme (UFP) From 4.5 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 4.0, for 3-term UFP. Successful completion of 11-12 years of schooling with good grades. 16
Medicine Undergraduate Foundation Programme (MUFP) From 6.0 IELTS or equivalent, in every element. Successful completion of 11-12 years of schooling with good grades. Please see our website for academic entry requirements. 16+
Master’s Foundation Programme (MFP) From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 4.5 for 3-term MFP. Successful completion of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a recognised university. 21+

Extended programmes are available for those who do not have the required level of English.

Why ONCAMPUS UK North?
Why ONCAMPUS UK North

With £200m investment in its facilities, including the £30 million+ state-of-the-art Engineering Innovation Centre, UCLan is recognised for excellence:

  • Top 3 university in the UK at which to study sport, recreation, hospitality, leisure and tourism-related courses (The Times Good University Guide).
  • 5th in the UK for graduate business entrepreneurs (No.1 University in the North West)
  • Students have work-experience opportunities with world-famous organisations such as Disney, Marriott, Radisson SAA and other large chain hotels and resorts in Europe, the USA, China, Singapore and Africa.
  • UCLan has a long academic histry which dates back to 1828
  • The MBBS is delivered in one of the newest medical schools in the UK, with 5 high spec clinical skills labs, life-sized human simulators and patient interaction from year 1 of the degree.
  • Esteemed academics lead research from Art (Turner Prize Winner and CBE holder Lubaina Himid), Forensics and Policing (Prof. Michael Mulqueen) and Midwifery (Prof. Soo Downe)