A Foundation Degree is an employment-related qualification at higher education level. It is designed to equip individuals with the higher-level skills and knowledge that not only meet the needs of the employer, but also offer the opportunity to develop personally and professionally.
It is partly work-based and projects and assignments relate to individual’s role within the workplace. To achieve the qualification, students must obtain a minimum of 240 credits. The successful completion of a Foundation Degree can lead into the third year of an appropriate honours degree programme.
Foundation Degree (FdA / FdSc) - Levels 4 & 5
- Foundation Degree Children and Young People
- Foundation Degree Events Management
- Foundation Degree Sports Management
- Foundation Degree Tourism Management
- Foundation Degree Early Childhood
- Foundation Degree Inclusive Studies for Teaching Assistants
Certificate of Higher Education (Cert HE) - Level 4
- Certificate of Higher Education Art and Design Foundation
- Certificate of Higher Education in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths)
- Certificate of Higher Education Skills for the Workplace
- Certificate of Higher Education in Advocacy
- Gateway to the Humanities