INTO: University of Exeter International Year One
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The International Year One programme offers five subject-specific pathways which prepare students for entry to the second year of a relevant undergraduate degree. Successful completion leads to the award of a Certificate of Higher Education and entry to Year 2 of a Business and Management, Business Economics, Accounting and Finance, Engineering, Mathematics with Business, or Psychology degree at the University of Exeter.
The International Year One is a full-time academic programme which is comparable to studying the first year of a University of Exeter degree programme. The programme is specifically designed for international students who show academic promise but who do not meet the University’s academic and/or English language requirements for direct entry to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree.
The International Year One is suitable for international students who have studied A levels, International Baccalaureate, a recognised Foundation programme or an international equivalent. Successful completion of the International Year One programme (subject to achieving the specified grades for progression) offers direct entry to Year 2 of a select number of undergraduate degree programmes offered by the University of Exeter Business School, the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences or the College of Life and Environmental Sciences. The International Year One programme lasts for three terms or approximately nine months and has intakes in both September and January.
Further details about our programmes can be found in our brochure and on the INTO website:
The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.
Around 80 per cent of the course is devoted to subject that relate directly to your proposed degree programme. All students take Academic English Language and Study Skills within the context of your academic discipline, which accounts for approximately 20 per cent of classes, and covers reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Entry requirements 2019
For more information about entry requirements, click on the relevant programme:
How to apply
To apply, complete the INTO online application on the INTO website.
A fuller list of recognised qualifications can be found in our ‘Your country’ pages.
Learning and teaching
Teaching is delivered through a range of methods including lectures, seminars, academic tutorials and, where appropriate, laboratory classes. The programmes have also been designed to develop the key transferable skills needed for successful undergraduate study.
Students are assessed by a combination of exams, tests and coursework assignments, which might include essays, presentations, problem solving exercises, reports and research projects. Modules in academic subjects are assessed at the end of each semester but English language assessment takes place predominantly at the end of the programme.
Grades from the programme do not count towards a final degree but help the University assess students’ abilities in their chosen field of study.
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Successful completion of the International Year One programme (subject to achieving specified grades for entry) gives direct entry to Year 2 of a select number of undergraduate degree programmes in Business and Management, Business Economics, Accounting and Finance, offered by the University of Exeter Business School, as well as direct entry to undergraduate degrees in Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Civil Engineering, Engineering and Management, Mathematics with Accounting, Mathematics with Economics, Mathematics with Finance and Mathematics with Management degrees offered by the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, and Psychology offered by the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
For full details of the specified progression grades for entry please visit the relevant course pages on the INTO website: