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Find Your Pathway Program

Find Your Pathway Program

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A Pathway program is a one-year introduction to a full degree curriculum and prepares students for their entry into university. These programs train students in a wide variety of subjects such as Arts, Humanities, Business, Biological and Life Sciences, Engineering, Technology, Natural Sciences and even more. Besides, Pathway programs help international students develop their fluency in speaking and writing English while completing selected credit-bearing academic classes. The plans are generally geared toward students who don’t have the appropriate English language test scores to gain admission through traditional routes. The variety of different pathway programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular Pathways listed below.

Undergraduate Pathways Programs

An undergraduate Pathway program helps students improve their academic credentials and English language skills while providing cultural support as they enter into a university or college. Students take courses and earn credits throughout the duration of the program, and upon completion, progress to their desired undergraduate degree program.

Graduate Pathways

A graduate Pathway program is designed for international students seeking enrollment into graduate schools. This pre-master’s program helps participants improve their English language skills, study habits and test scores. The coursework typically also includes the study of a specific academic field. These are credit-earning courses that apply toward the completion of a student's master’s degree.

Online Pathways

Online Pathway programs are an opportunity for students to prepare for entry into a longer university or college degree program while being outside of a campus. Offered at schools in the UK, the US, Australia, and all over the world, online Pathway programs can be ideal for future university students who are still abroad, working or have other scheduling commitments, as well as those who cannot commute to campus.