The Master's Qualifying Programme (Business at CULC) prepares international students for guaranteed entry to a range of postgraduate degrees at Coventry University London Campus.
On successful completion, progression is guaranteed to a BA in Human Geography, or a range of alternative programmes. See Progression Options below for a full list.
Note: This course is for students who do not meet the minimum academic or English requirements for direct entry to a postgraduate degree at Coventry University London Campus. Please see Entry Requirements below for further details.
The Master's Qualifying Programme (Business at CULC) is a comprehensive programme of academic study and English language preparation, which includes up to 25 hours of classroom lessons per week. Depending on your chosen degree subject and study needs, you will study a combination of the following modules:
- Academic English & Study Skills (including IELTS preparation)
- Research Methods, Data Analysis and Project Planning
- Research Project (2 or 3 term courses only)
Classes are taught on campus at Coventry University using a variety of university style teaching methods, such as lectures, seminars, tutorials, group work and self study. At the end of the course, you will have a firm command of the academic, English and study skills necessary to succeed at postgraduate level in the UK.
The Masters Qualifying Programme starts in September, January, April or June and lasts 1, 2 or 3 terms (one year = 3 terms). On successful completion, you will progress to your chosen degree course, starting the following September.
On successful completion of this course, you are guaranteed progression to one of the programmes at Coventry University London Campus listed below. The minimum score required for progression is: 50% in academic subjects and IELTS 6.5
Coventry University is a leading, modern university located in the heart of England. The university is ranked 33rd in the UK and is a top performer for graduate employment,
with 93% of graduates going on to find work or further study.
Courses have a strong vocational focus and most undergraduate programmes offer opportunities to gain work experience, through business placements or internships. Its world class facilities include a high-tech engineering and computing faculty and one of the largest business schools in Europe. Some business degrees are taught at the University's campus in The City of London.