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International students to benefit from new range of foundation programmes

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International students looking to study undergraduate or postgraduate programmes at Henley Business School will now be able to do a foundation programme with Cambridge Education Group’s ONCAMPUS at the University of Reading’s campus.

The partnership between CEG and the University of Reading was first established in 2017 with the aim of supporting the progression of international students onto degree programmes and has now been extended to include Henley Business School programmes for the first time.

Foundation programmes play an important role in providing international students with the knowledge, academic training, language, skills and confidence for their university degree in the UK.

International students looking to study at Henley will be able to enrol on the full-time foundation programmes from September 2021 and they will take between nine months and a year to complete.

Professor George Alexandridis, Head of Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programmes at Henley Business School, said:

“We are very excited to be working collaboratively with CEG on this new initiative, which will no doubt enhance Henley’s global reach, attracting outstanding students from across the world. We look forward to welcoming the first cohort in September and supporting them throughout the programme with the aim of joining Henley for an Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree following the successful completion of the foundation year”.

ONCAMPUS is a leading provider of pathways for international students with 12 centres across the UK, Europe and the USA.

Published 10 August 2021
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