48 UCAS Tariff points, (formerly 120 UCAS points). GCSE Maths and English at Grade 4 or equivalent.
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Our foundation degree in marketing is for anyone who wants to work in website design, brand creation, public relations, export marketing, or impact management, among other things. It includes a work-based learning project and live briefs to make sure that students are ready for the real world of work when they graduate.
Whether you want to learn about digital marketing, event planning, analytics, public relations, or writing content, this course has everything you need to know.
You'll learn about marketing and how it works, and you'll be able to use what you've learned. You'll also get the academic and practical skills you need to move up in your career while putting your theoretical knowledge to use in real-world situations.
The minimum entry requirements for the Foundation Degree in Marketing is 48 UCAS Tariff points, (formerly 120 UCAS points).
In addition, for this programme, you will be required to have a GCSE (or equivalent qualification) at grade 4 or above in Mathematics and English, or an equivalent level 2 qualification in Mathematics and English.
Applicants without GCSE Grade 4 Mathematics or equivalent will be required to undertake numeracy aptitude test, consisting of up to two attempts. Any offer for a place on the course is subject to successfully completing this assessment.
If English is not your first language, you’ll need to demonstrate the ability to study in English (please see below). For non-native speakers of English, you must demonstrate proficiency of English equivalent to B2 of the Common European Framework, specifically IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent) with no more than 2 sub scores below IELTS 5.5 (or equivalent). If you are an International Student from outside of the EU it is a requirement for you to have a Tier 4 Visa in order to study with us.
Applicants who do not meet the standard entry criteria but have relevant work/life experience will be considered on an individual basis and will be invited to interview. The interview will consider prior formal qualifications, and evidence of experience gained through employment or other verifiable sources. Students will be admitted when the interviewers are confident that the student has demonstrated sufficient prior knowledge, skill, aptitude and interest to be equally able to succeed as a candidate offering the standard entry criteria. Non-standard applicants are considered on their individual merits and offers can vary.