IUFP Admission Criteria


Thank you for your interest in undertaking the IUFP.

To undertake the International University Foundation Program (IUFP), prospective students must be:

 i)    17 years old (if in the U.K.) or 16 years old (if overseas) ; and

ii)    Possess at least 5 Credits (C grade or above) at GCSE ‘O’ Level standard (or overseas equivalent), which must include English Language and Mathematics.

With respect to English Language, an IELTS overall score of 5.5 and 5.0 in each sub-test will be considered as satisfactory.

If you satisfy the above criteria and wish to commence your IUFP studies, you may do so in January or September of any given year.

Teaching Methods
ADACT uses a variety of traditional and modern methods, such as lectures, tutorials, group work, student presentations and internet resourced based learning.

The programme will be assessed throughout the academic year by a variety of methods including assignments, tests and written examinations (3 hour unseen paper).

Student Support
The Programme Director will supervise the general academic progress of students and advise on the University degree application process. Course tutors will provide feedback to students regarding progress on their modules, whilst Individual Progress Charts will be produced at the end of every term to measure each student’s overall performance level.
The International Office will support students during their stay at ADACT. Staff will provide assistance and advice to students on social, financial and welfare matters, which include airport pick-up facility, pastoral care, assistance with accommodation, opening of bank accounts, registering with local GPs etc.

On successful completion of the IUFP, students will be awarded the IUFP Completion Certificate on the recommendation of the IUFP Assessment Committee, which reports to the ADACT Academic Advisory Board.

Students successfully completing the IUFP can progress to degree courses at the British Universities listed below that have signed Progression Agreements with ANGELS AND DANIELS COLLEGE TORONTO, or indicated through formal correspondence that they will consider IUFP applicants for admission to undertake specific courses, or in other cases have informally recognised the IUFP by agreeing to consider applicants on a case-by-case basis. The acronym (C-by-C) is stated after such universities.



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