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New Pre-Masters Preparation Programme launches at the University of Surrey International Study Centre

16 March 2018

The University of Surrey International Study Centre is delighted to announce the addition of a Pre-Masters Preparation Programme to its existing pathways.

With the launch of its latest programme this September, the International Study Centre at the University of Surrey will offer degree preparation for postgraduate students as well as undergraduate students.

The one or two-semester Pre-Masters programme will provide postgraduate international students with the best chance of degree success at the University of Surrey. Comprising academic subjects, study skills and English language preparation, the programme will introduce those students to the inclusive and student-centred UK Higher Education learning and teaching styles.

On completion of the pathway programme, students will be prepared for the exciting challenges of a taught Masters course in their chosen subject area. They will develop academic English language, critical thinking and reading skills, research skills and other study skills needed for Masters-level study, and be ready to progress with the confidence, knowledge and understanding needed to succeed in their degree.

The programme offers three subject routes, plus an additional English language preparation course for students who need support to reach the IELTS requirement for their academic pathway. Students can choose from:

Subject routes

  • Engineering*
  • Management, Finance and Economics*
  • Health and Medical Sciences*

English language preparation

  • English for Pre-Masters

Why study a Masters at Surrey?

The University of Surrey is one of the UK’s best universities, ranked 10th in the UK by the Guardian University Guide 2018. It is set in the peaceful town of Guildford, which is an ideal environment for study and an easy train journey into the finance, business and culture capital, London.

Read more about the Pre-Masters Preparation Programme.

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