Progression

Progression to further study at the University of Exeter is at the very core of the INTO Exeter student experience: to achieve educational goals and academic success at a world-class university.

To ensure that all students feel confident and informed about their future study, the Progression & Placement Team have developed a series of progression workshops, events and activities, that allow INTO students to be sure that they are receiving the right information, at the right time. This Progression Journey is key to the INTO Exeter student experience.

All questions or queries in relation to INTO Exeter progression should be directed to the Progression & Placement Team at INTO.progression@exeter.ac.uk

Progression requirements for September 2019

All students studying with INTO Exeter are guaranteed to receive a conditional offer for progression to undergraduate or postgraduate study at the University of Exeter. The conditions of the offers made are referred to as 'Progression Requirements' and are set by the University of Exeter Admissions Office, working closely with our academic Colleges. 

Progression requirements for September 2019

The tables below provide detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieved to guarantee progression to the University of Exeter Business School in September 2019

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. All programmes listed below are available with Industrial Experience, International Study and European Study. Progression requirements are the same for all varients.

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeAcademic gradeCompulsory Modules
Accounting and Business BSc EFM/AFM/FT 65 67  
Accounting and Finance BSc EFM/AFM/FT 65 67   
Business - Penryn BSc EFM/AFM/FT 65 63  
Business Economics BSc EFM 65 67  
Business and Management BA EFM/AFM/FT 65 67  
Economics                                    BSc EFM 65

67

Mathematics 1

Economics and Econometrics BSc EFM 65

67

Mathematics 1

Economics and Finance BSc EFM 65 67 Mathematics 1
Economics and Politics BSc EFM 65 67  
Management with Marketing BA EFM/AFM/FT 65 67  

International Year One Pathway

Leading to Level 2 undergraduate study. Please note that students following the INTO Exeter IYO Business pathway are able to progress to the programmes noted below "with Industrial Experience". The academic progression requirement will be 60 overall (including any compulsory modules noted below) and English 65.  In addition, applicants to 'with Industrial Experience' must attend a workshop delivered by the University of Exeter Business School, and achieve 50% in the assoicated pieces of coursework

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeAcademic gradeCompulsory modules
Accounting and Business BSc AF 65 55 overall 55 average across Introduction to Financial Accounting and Introduction to Management Accounting
Accounting and Finance  BSc AF 65 55 overall 55 average across Introduction to Financial Accounting and Introduction to Management Accounting
Business and Management BA MBE 65 55 overall 55 in Management Concepts and Practice 
Business Economics BSc  MBE 65 55 overall 55 average in Principles of Economics (Microeconomics) and Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics) 
Management with Marketing BA MBE 65 55 overall 55 average in Management Concepts and Practice and Fundamentals of Marketing 

Graduate Diploma

Leading to Masters-level study.

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeAcademic gradeCompulsory modules
Financial Analysis and Fund Management                        MSc Finance                     70                          70                                70 average in two Finance modules                                
Finance and Management MSc Finance 65 65 65 average in two Finance modules
Finance and Investment MSc Finance 65 65 65 average in two Finance modules
International Management MSc Management 70 65 None
International Tourism Management MSc Management 65 65 None
Marketing MSc Management 70 65 None
Finance and Marketing MSc Finance 65 65 65 in the two Finance modules
The Exeter MBA MBA Management 70 70 Minimum of 60% in the business-based dissertation
Human Resource Management MSc Management 70 65 None

 

 

Progression requirements for September 2019

The tables below provide detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to achieved to guarantee progression to the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences in September 2019.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. A number of programmes are available with Industrial Experience.  For further information please contact Progression and Placement at INTO.progression@exeter.ac.uk

Degree programme       Award

INTO pathway

English grade

Compulsory modules             

Overall academic grade

Computer Science                                                    
Computer Science BSc/MSci Engineering 65                          None 63
Computer Science and Mathematics BSc/MSci Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Engineering      
Civil Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Civil and Environmental Engineering MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Electronic Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Engineering and Entrepreneurship BEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Engineering and Management

BEng/MEng

Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Materials Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Mechanical Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Mining Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Renewable Energy BSc Engineering 65   63
Renewable Energy Engineering BEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Geology   
Applied Geology BSc/MGeol Engineering/BLES 65 None 63
Engineering Geology and Geotechnics BSc/MGeol

 

Engineering/BLES                                

65 None 63
Geology BSc/MGeol Engineering/BLES 65 None 63
 Mathematics       
Mathematics BSc

Engineering

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Maths 2 65
Mathematics MMath

Engineering

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Maths 2 65
Mathematics with Accounting BSc

Engineering/Maths+

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Foundation Maths. Introduction to Accounting and Finance module must also be completed. 65
Mathematics with Economics BSc

Engineering/Maths+

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Foundation Maths. Introduction to Accounting and Finance modules must alsobe completed. 65
Mathematics with Finance BSc

Engineering/Maths+

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Foundation Maths.  Introduction to Accounting and Finance modules must be completed. 65
Mathematics with Management BSc

Engineering/Maths+

65 60 average across Maths 1 and Foundation Maths. Introduction to Accounting and Finance module must also be completed. 65
Mathematical Sciences (Ecology and Evolution) - Penryn MSci Engineering 65 60 average across Foundation Maths and Maths 1  63
Mathematical Sciences (Energy Systems and Control) - Penryn MSci Engineering 65 60 average across Foundation Maths and Maths 1 63
Mathematical Sciences (Environmental Science) - Penryn MSci Engineering 65 60 average across Foundation Maths and Maths 1 63
Physics       
Physics                                                                             BSc Engineering 65 60 average across Maths 1, Maths 2 and Physical Sciences and interview.  67
Physics with Astrophysics BSc/MPhys* Engineering 65 60 average across Maths 1, Maths 2 and Physical Sciences and interview 65
Interdisciplinary Programmes       
Electronic Engineering and Computer Science BEng/MEng Engineering 65 60 in Mathematics 2 63
Mathematics and Physics BSc Engineering 65 60 average across Maths 1 and Maths 2 and Physical Sciences and interview 67

 

International Year One pathway

Leading to Level 2 undergraduate study.

Degree programme                      AwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeOverall academic grade
Civil Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering                              65 50
Civil and Environmental Engineering        MEng Engineering 65 50

Electronic Engineering

BEng/MEng Engineering 65 50 to include module Electronics for Engineers

Engineering and Entrepreneurship

BEng Engineering 65 50

Engineering and Management

BEng/MEng Engineering 65 50

Engineering

BEng/MEng Engineering 65 50
Materials Engineering BEng/MEng* Engineering 65 50
Mechanical Engineering BEng/MEng Engineering 65 50
Mathematics with Accounting BSc Maths+ 65 50 to include Introduction to Accounting and Introduction to Management Accounting
Mathematics with Economics BSc Maths+ 65 50 to include Microeconomics 1
Mathematics with Finance BSc Maths+ 65 50 to include Microeconomics 1
Mathematics with Managment BSc Maths+ 65 50 to include Management Concepts and Fundamentals of Marketing

 

Graduate Diploma pathway

Leading to Masters-level study.

  

Degree programmeAwardINTO PathwayEnglish gradeOverall academic grade
Financial Mathematics MSc Finance 65 65
International Supply Chain Management MSc Management 65 65
Computer Science with Business  MSc Finance 65 65
Engineering Business Management MSc Management 65 65

 

 

 

 

Progression requirements for September 2019

The table below provides detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieve, to guaratee progression to the College of Life and Environmental Sciences in September 2019.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. A number of programmes are available as four year options (MSci), with Industrial Experience and Study Abroad.  For more information about these opportunities, and associated progression requirements, please contact Progression and Placement at INTO.progression@exeter.ac.uk 

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Biosciences
Animal Behaviour BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Biochemistry BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Biological Sciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Biological and Medicinal Chemistry BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Conservation Biology and Ecology BSc BLES 65

Mathematics 1                      

63
Evolutionary Biology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Marine Biology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Zoology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Geography
Geography - Streatham BA BLES/HLSS 65 None 67
Geography - Streatham BSc BLES 65 None 67
Geography - Penryn BA/BSc BLES/HLSS 65 None 67
Psychology
Applied Psychology (Clinical) BSc BLES 65 Psychology & Interview 67
Psychology                                                                BSc BLES/HLSS 65 Psychology 67
Sport and Health Sciences
Exercise and Sport Sciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Interdisciplinary Programmes
Environmental Science BSc BLES 65   63
Human Biosciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Human Sciences BA BLES 65 Mathematics 1 63
Psychology with Sport and Exercise Science BSc BLES 65 Psychology 67
Natural Sciences BSc BLES 65 60 average across Foundation Maths and Mathematics 1 65 

International Year One pathway

Leading to Level 2 undergraduate study.

Degree programme         Award INTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Psychology 
Psychology      BSc Psychology IYO

65 (in Psychological Concepts, Language and Study Skills)

40 in Introduction to Statistics, to include 40 in the January exam component of the module

50

 

Progression requirements for September 2019

The table below provides detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieve, to guaratee progression to the College of Humanities in September 2019.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. A number of programmes are available with Employment Experience and Study Abroad.  For further information about these opportunities please contact Progression and Placement at INTO.progession@exeter.ac.uk

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Art History & Visual Culture
Art History & Visual Culture BA Humanities 65 None 63
Archaeology
Archaeology BA Humanities 65 None 63
Archaeology and Anthropology BA Humanities 65 None 63
Archaeology with Forensic Science BSc Humanities 65 None 63
Classics and Ancient History
Ancient History BA Humanities 65 None 63
Classical Studies BA Humanities 65 None                                                                       63
Drama     
Drama BA Humanities 65 Film & Literary Studies and attendance at Studio Workshop/interview 63
English     
English - Streatham BA Humanities 65 67 in Film and Literary Studies 67
English - Penryn BA Humanities 65 63 in Film and Literary Studies 63
Film Studies    
Film Studies BA Humanities 65 63 in Film and Literary Studies 63
History     
History - Streatham                                                           BA Humanities 65 None 67
History - Penryn BA Humanities 65 None 63
Interdisciplinary Programmes    
Ancient History and Archaeology BA Humanities  65 None  63
Art History & Visual Culture and Classical Studies BA Humanities 65 None 63
Art History & Visual Culture and Drama BA Humanities 65 63 in Film and Literary Studies 63
Art History & Visual Culture and English BA Humanities 65 67 in Film and Literary Studies 67
Art History & Visual Culture and History BA Humanities 65 None 67
Classical Studies and English BA Humanities 65 67 in Film and Literary Studies 67
Classical Studies and Philosophy BA Humanities 65 None 63
Classical Studies and Theology BA Humanities 65 None 63
English and Drama BA Humanities 65 67 in Film and Literary Studies & Interview 67
English and Film Studies BA Humanities 65 67 in Film and Literary Studies 67
English and History - Penryn BA Humanities  65 63 in Film and Literary Studies  63
Flexible Combined Honours (FCH) - Streatham/Penryn BA/BSc All 65 Dependent on FCH subject combination Depdendent on FCH subject combination
History and Archaeology BA Humanities 65 None 63
History and Ancient History BA Humanities 65 None 67
History and International Relations BA Humanities 65 None 67
History and International Relations - Penryn BA Humanities65 65 None 63
History and Politics BA Humanities 65 None 67
Liberal Arts BA Humanities 65 None 67

Progression Requirements September 2019

The tables below provide detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to achieved to guarantee progression to the University Medical School in September 2019.

Degree ProgrammeAwardINTO PathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Medical Imaging (Diagnostic Radiography) BSc BLES 65 None 63
Medical Sciences BSc BLES 65 Maths 1 and Human Biology 63
Neuroscience BSc BLES 65 Maths 1 and Human Biology 63
Sports and Exercise Medical Sciences BSc BLES 65 None 63

 

 

Progression requirements for September 2019

The table below provides detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieve, to guaratee progression to the College of Social Sciences and International Studies in September 2019.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study. A number of programmes are available with Industrial Experience and Study Abroad.  For further informaiton about these opportunities please contact Progression and Placement at INTO.progression@exeter.ac.uk

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Arab and Islamic Studies 

Arab and Islamic Studies                                                                  

MArabic HLS 65 None 67

Middle East Studies

BA HLS 65 None 63
Law
Business and Laws - Penryn BBL HLS/EFM 65 None 63
Law                                                                           LLB HLS 65 None 67
Law with Business - Penryn BA HLS/EFM 65 None 63
Politics
International Relations BA HLS 65 None 67
International Relations - Penryn BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics BA HLS 65 None 67
Politics and International Relations - Penryn BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics and International Relations - Streatham BSc/MPol HLS 65 None 67
Sociology and Philosophy
Criminology BSc HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy BA HLS 65 None 67
Sociology BA HLS 65 None 65
Interdisciplinary Programmes
Philosophy and History BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Politics BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Sociology BA HLS 65 None 67
Philosophy and Theology BA HLS 65 None 63
Politics and Sociology BA HLS 65 None 67
Politics, Philosophy and Economics BA HLS/EFM 65 None 67
Sociology and Anthropology BA HLS 65 None 63
Sociology and Criminology BA HLS 65 None 67

Progression Activities and College Engagement

The Progression and Placement Team coordinate and manage a series of progression events and workshops that have been designed to meet the needs of INTO students progressing to the University of Exeter. Events take place on a regular basis, allowing students to feel confident about their next steps, and to become embedded in the College to which they will progress.

1. Progression Welcome Meeting

This workshop will take place at the start of Semester 1, and will introduce you to the Progression and Placement Team and provide an overview of the activities and events you will take part in during your time with INTO Exeter, and information about the support, advice and guidance that is offered by the Team. You will also meet our International Student Ambassadors, who will be on-hand to talk about their Exeter experience, and share their thoughts on their time with INTO Exeter and their successful progression to undergraduate/postgraduate study.

2. YOUR University Fair

This exhibition takes place in the INTO Centre, and gives you the opportunity to meet staff from the College you plan to progress to and start making clearly informed choices about which undergraduate programme you wish to study. Each University academic discipline is represented, along with complementary study opportunities such as Study Abroad (including international study), Flexible Combined Honours and industrial experience. In addition, staff from the University’s Penryn Campus will be in Centre to talk about programmes available at our campus in Cornwall, along with teams from the University’s Accommodation Office and Employability and Careers Service.

3. What is UCAS?

This session will introduce you to the way the UCAS application system is used to support successful progression and placement. You will receive clear step-by-step guidance on what you will need to do to during your time with INTO Exeter, along with clarification on key terminology, important deadlines, preparation of your Personal Statement and making your five UCAS choices.

4. Getting to know your College and Discipline

You will spend an afternoon visiting the College that you hope to progress to, learning more about the programmes available, meeting academic staff in an informal environment, talking to current students, taking part in activities linked to your INTO study, and gaining an understanding of the academic support and learning opportunities that all Exeter students experience. During Semester 2, you will attend an Offer-Holder Visit Day, the University of Exeter’s flagship event for all undergraduate offer holders.

5. UCAS Application Session

This session will take place in one of the University’s Exploration Labs, and will last 2 hours. You will complete the online UCAS application form and add one UCAS Choice - the programme you wish to progress to at the University of Exeter. You will also be reminded about the key UCAS processes you were introduced to at your What is UCAS? Workshop, and associated actions and deadlines.

6. Applying Elsewhere –  Insurance Choice Workshop

INTO Exeter’s Placement Officer will talk to you about the importance of applying to other (‘insurance choice’) universities – those that will provide you with a lower conditional offer than that offered by Exeter – and provide you with some key information about which institutions may accept your INTO qualification. 

 

7. College Engagement: Offer-Holder Visit Days

One of the most important aspects of your progression journey is the opportunity to visit the College and discipline that you hope to progress to at the University of Exeter. This is important because it gives you the opportunity to learn more about the programme you have applied for, tour the teaching and research facilities, hear from the academic staff who will be teaching you next year, and to chat with them in an informal environment and meet current students – perhaps the most important part of the afternoon – to learn what it’s really like as an undergraduate student at the University of Exeter.

8. Final Progression Workshop

This workshop will talk you through the last steps of your progression journey - when and how your final results will be released, what you need to do when you receive them, what to do if you do not get the results you need, how to find a place at University if you don’t progress to your Firm or Insurance choice and how to begin preparing for undergraduate/postgraduate study, registration and Fresher’s Week.

9. Visa Workshop

 Visa Workshops are presented by the University of Exeter's International Student Support Office and are an invaluable opportunity for INTO students to complete their Visa application forms with the support of University Officers – a team who are experts on UKVI requirements, policies and procedures.