Our UFP in collaboration with Brookehouse college UK gives our students access to over 32 universities in the UK. This program is similar to the pedigree university program for 32 top-class UK universities.
Our University Foundation Programme (UFP) Prepares student for undergraduate studies in our affiliated UK, U.S. Europe, Canada, Australia, Slovakia and Switzerland Universities. The programme is a nine-month full-time course which provides students with a core of modules designed to prepare them for a wide variety of undergraduate courses in three ways.
• It provides academic training in three subjects relevant to students proposed course of study.
• It develops students’ skills in the English Language for academic purposes.
• It enables students to acquire the relevant study skills which they will need in their degree programme.
The UFP also provides academic input in three pathways:
• Business pathway
• Science pathway
• Computing pathway
The main subjects include:
• Communication skill
• Mathematics 1(Business pathway)
• Mathematics2(Science & Computing Pathway)
• Computer skills
Two additional subjects relevant to the main course of study in the Foundation Programme can be chosen based on the students’ pathway. Students reading medicine is expected to choose three subjects from the science pathway.
Experience over the years has shown that many students hardly discover themselves during their secondary education; hence they are undecided on the course to study at the university. As a result of this, we enlighten our student and advise them on what course to study; based on their performance in SSCE /O’ Level and the interview we have with them. Moreover, failure or poor performance of many students in the University is because they lack adequate knowledge of such academic environment and what is required of them to excel. The University Foundation Program, therefore, exposes students to the demand of Universities’ social and academic environment in terms of class attendance, the use of the library, academic research, periodic tests, teamwork, tutorials, seminars, symposia etc.