NCC Education offers students complete undergraduate and master’s degree pathways with university partners. For students who want to complete their degree overseas at a university campus we also have recognition with over 70 universities in the UK and overseas including Canada, USA and Australia. These provide direct entry to progression routes and subject disciplines from our foundation and Diploma qualifications which enable students to develop the further study and career of their choice.
Here you can find details of all the universities which recognise NCC Education qualifications. Our agreements include universities which recognise NCC Education qualifications for entry on to various degree programmes in many subject disciplines as well as Advanced Standing and Exemption agreements to enable students to advance on to a particular year of a degree course.
For further information and advice on articulation options you may contact NCC Education Customer Service team or +44 (0)161 438 6200.
Universities that guarantee NCC Education students a place on their chosen course after successful completion of NCC Education qualifications. NCC Education is very proud to hold guaranteed entry agreements with Bangor University, Birmingham City University, Carroll University, CQU University, Limerick Institute of Technology, Liverpool Hope University, National College of Ireland and the University of Derby.
Universities that may not guarantee a place but welcome applications from NCC Education students for entry onto year 1 of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, as the NCC Education qualification satisfies the university entry requirements.
All students who wish to attend a UK university usually have to apply through the University and Colleges Application Service known as UCAS. Please check with the University you wish to apply to as to their admissions procedure.
University progression routes and entry requirements available for Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES) students can be found here.
For more information about available progression routes, please see the ‘What Next?’ progression booklet below: