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The pathway from Kings to Bristol

The Advanced Level Foundation programme will prepare you for a degree at the University of Bristol.

You can choose to enrol at any one of our colleges in Brighton, London, Oxford and Bournemouth.


  • 1-year Advanced Level Foundation programme

University of Bristol enrichment programme

In addition to your Kings classes, regardless of the course you choose, you will have a regular programme of interaction and experience with the University. This includes:

Termly visits to the University of Bristol

  • Meet departmental faculty
  • Attend sample lectures
  • Meet current University of Bristol students

Regular visits from University of Bristol staff

  • Meet with University Admissions staff
  • Meet with University of Bristol teaching faculty

1-year Foundation pathway

Key facts

Start dates:

  • 6 September 2021
  • 3 January 2022

Colleges:

  • Kings Bournemouth
  • Kings Brighton
  • Kings London
  • Kings Oxford

Course length

  • 1 Academic Year (3 terms)

Lessons

  • Average 21 hours per week, plus homework and private study

Entry requirements

  • Academic: Completed 11-12 years of schooling (GCSE or equivalent)
  • Language: Minimum IELTS 5.5 (5.0 in Reading and Writing) or equivalent

Minimum age

  • 16.5

Class size range:

  •  8 – 12

Bristol Entry requirements

Engineering

  • Aerospace & Civil: 77% with additional requirements for Maths and Sciences
  • Mechanical & Electrical: 77% overall with additional requirements for Mathematics and Physics, plus 65% Communication and Study Skills

Humanities & Social Sciences

  • Depending on the degree from 65% up overall plus 65% Communication and Study Skills

Economics, Accounting & Management

  • Economics: 77%, with 75% in Mathematics
  • Accounting: 75% overall, with 75% in Mathematics 
  • Management 75% overall, with 75% in Mathematics

International Business

  • 75% overall plus 65% Communication and Study Skills

Law

  • 77% overall plus 65% Communication and Study Skills
  • Please note that all applicants for Law must take the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT)

Life & Health Sciences

  • 60 - 77% overall with specific subject requirements for specific programmes plus 65% Communication and Study Skills

Maths, Computing & Sciences

  • 70% - 80% overall with 75% in Mathematics plus 65% Communication and Study Skills

For more detailed information about degrees and requirements, please get in touch with us.

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