Study Group’s Bellerbys College provides new route for international students to progress to NCUK universities

28 April 2021
Posted by Study Group

Study Group’s Bellerbys College provides new route for international students to progress to NCUK universities

Study Group’s Bellerbys College has signed a partnership agreement with NCUK to deliver their International Year One qualification.

International students will be able to progress directly into the second year of a bachelor’s degree at NCUK Universities, including, The University of Sheffield and the University of Leeds.

The following two subject pathways will be available from September 2021:

• Business Management at Bellerbys College London

• Engineering at Bellerbys College Brighton.

The programmes spanning three terms have been specifically designed to help international students succeed at a UK university, whilst not increasing the time it takes to graduate and begin their career. After successfully completing the International Year One, students will progress to the second year of their degree at their chosen NCUK University.

This partnership marks Bellerbys commitment to providing international students with the best possible start to their university experience, ensuring that they graduate in the typical three years.

Dr Mark Cunnington, Chief Operating Officer, UK and EU for Study Group, says:

“Partnering with NCUK on the International Year One qualification will help ensure that Bellerbys’ ambitious students can embark on their education journey in the UK in a supportive, international environment. The variety and prestige of NCUK universities provide Bellerbys students with an excellent foundation to launch their careers.”

Georgina Jones, Market Development Director at NCUK says:

“Students completing the NCUK International Year One qualification will benefit from full academic preparation and support at Bellerbys College to ensure a smooth transition into the second year of university study. We look forward to welcoming students onto the qualification and helping them progress to an NCUK University of their choice.”

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