NCC Education Announce Progression Route Agreement with the University of Exeter - NCC Education

NCC Education Announce Progression Route Agreement with the University of Exeter 20 August 2019

NCC Education are delighted to announce new progression route agreement with the University of Exeter, UK.

Upon successful completion of the NCC Education Level 3 International Foundation Diploma for Higher Education Studies (L3IFDHES) with overall Distinction, students can now choose from 12 direct progression routes onto Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science degree programmes at the university.

According to the Times Good University Guide, the University of Exeter is featured in the top 10 for numerous Engineering programmes and the 6th for Geology, which are both included in the progression agreement.

Formed in 1955, the university is ranked 8th amongst the Russell Group of leading research-intensive universities renowned for their excellence in research, quality of teaching, learning experience and unrivalled links with business and the public sector.

The University of Exeter puts student service at the centre of its strategy. According to The National Student Survey 2019, the university is ranked the 3rd amongst Russell Group universities for student satisfaction.

Apart from positive student experiences, the University of Exeter also maintains an outstanding record for quality of teaching. It was awarded gold by the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2017.

Within universities worldwide, the university stands amongst the top 150 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking.

Partnerships Manager Dermot Finnigan at NCC Education says: “We are extremely pleased to announce 12 new direct progression routes to this world-class university.”

“Engineering at Exeter combines science, creativity and critical thinking to solve significant challenges in society.

“We have an established history of working with businesses on both a national and international scale, providing solutions in Nano Engineering Science and Technology,

“Materials and Manufacturing, Management, Water and the Environment, Renewable Energy, Dynamics and Control and Civil and Structural Engineering.”

It is advised that all applications to the University of Exeter must be made via UCAS. To find out more about the University of Exter, visit:

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