A full-time bachelor’s degree normally takes three years to complete and you will graduate with the following titles:
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), or Bachelor of Law (LLB). They are all of equal status and it’s possible to get your degree with Honours.
Sandwich Year (4years)
This is to give you an opportunity to do an internship as part of your degree, great to add that crucial experience to your CV.
Integrated Master’s degree
A 4 year course, 5 if you do a placement/internship and it will combine undergraduate and postgraduate study. You will graduate with a masters degree.
If you study Medicine, it will take 5/6 years to complete your degree.
Foundation Year (1+3)
If you don’t have the necessary grades to apply to the first year, you can do a foundation. This will also help you to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to do your degree.
Foundation Degrees (2 years)
You will complete 2 years of full-time education, combining academic study with the practical component.
Top-Up degree (1 year)
If you have studied a Foundation degree if you can achieve a full Honours qualification if you complete this top-up degree.
Part-time options are also available at some universities and colleges. This might differ if you are studying Medicine or a course with an integrated master.