Where to Study?
Deciding where to study can be a difficult choice. There are many factors that individuals and organisations will need to consider. Whilst many people prefer to study overseas in order to experience another culture and to learn another language other people prefer to study locally for reasons of cost, career and family. Pathway firmly believe that whatever your requirements you should never be limited by choice. We offer a range of courses that are available to be studied locally or overseas.
English Language Courses
Pathway is able to offer you the opportunity to learn English at Kingston College, London. There are a numbr of English Language courses available with courses lasting from 2 to 35 weeks. All courses encourage active learning with emphasis on communication and accuracy in speech and writing. Whichever course you decide to study you will be provided with a personal learning plan which will be reviewed regularly throughout the course. To find out more about learning English at Kingston College please visit the English Language section.
University Access Course
This International Foundation Year course is designed as a first step towards gaining a degree at a UK university. A major advantage of the Kingston College foundation year is that it is a Kingston University programme with successful students guaranteed a place at Kingston University. Students can also apply through UCAS to other universities of their choice and in the past students have progressed to some of the top ranking universities in the UK including: Bristol, Edinburgh and Royal Holloway University of London. To find out more about the University Access course please visit the International Foundation Year section.
Pathway has partnered with Kingston College to offer a range of courses for professionals. These courses are accredited by leading UK professional institutes. All courses can be delivered locally, either at your place of work or at an alternate venue, or in the UK. To find out more about these courses check out the following links: