Three international students during class

University pathway programmes

Prepare for your degree with our pathway programmes

Studying at the International Study Centre prior to your degree will allow you to familiarise yourself with the British education system, as well as giving you your first taste of life in the UK. You will have the chance to make friends from all over the world, get to know your surroundings and even work alongside your studies. Beginning your study abroad journey here will give you everything you need to achieve your full potential during your studies.

We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in a variety of subjects, to help prepare you for your degree and make the most of your career. We want you to be the best version of yourself.

Find out which programme is right for you

International Foundation Year

International Foundation Year

The International Foundation Year will prepare you to study a three-year undergraduate degree at Kingston University in more than 100 subjects. You can choose from three subject pathways, depending on your preferred degree and future profession.

A student at Kingston International Study Centre

International Year One

Prepare to join the second year of an undergraduate degree with the International Year One. With three insightful subject pathways to choose from, you can experience a seamless transition into studying a degree at Kingston University.

Faris, a student at Kingston International Study Centre

Pre-Masters Programme

The Pre-Masters Programme will prepare you for a postgraduate degree at Kingston University. Offered as a standard two-term or a shortened 12-week programme, this advanced preparation will help you achieve success in your further studies.

Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Check the academic and English language entry requirements when you are considering which programme is right for you.

Students in a class at Kingston International Study Centre

Fees

View our fees page to learn about the cost of studying with the International Study Centre.