International Foundation Diploma

Programme Structure

The International Foundation Diploma is a one-year international programme offered by NCC Education UK, that is accepted as a pathway for entry at more than 80 institutions (including the University of London) directly after your O-Levels or Matriculation / Intermediate.

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course developing english language skills

Developing English Language Skills

This module helps students to develop English language skills to be able to communicate effectively beyond simple everyday contexts. It aims to improve one’s reading, writing, listening and speaking and enables students to acquire a broad range of knowledge which can be used to confidently and effectively communicate in English. It guides students through Intermediate and Upper Intermediate levels of English language study.

course advanced english language skills

Advanced English Language Skills

This module enables a student to put into practice the language acquired and develop this into an advanced user of English. Students will make extensive use of the four skills of speaking, reading, listening and writing, as well as extending the knowledge of complex grammar and advanced vocabulary.

course english for academic purposes

English for Academic Purposes

This module helps students to develop the understanding and use of key linguistic skills where necessary to engage effectively in an academic environment.

course study and communication skills

Study and Communication Skills

This module equips students with the essential study skills needed to succeed at university level. Students will learn the basic skills necessary to conduct independent research, write academic papers, give formal oral presentations and apply what has been taught during lectures to your studies.

course culture studies

Culture Studies

This module enables students to gain awareness and an increased understanding of other cultures. Students will learn about various features of a foreign country and its culture, with a particular focus on student life and studying abroad.

course foundation mathematics

Foundation Mathematics

This module builds upon student’s knowledge of mathematics whilst introducing new topics appropriate across a range of academic disciplines and for their future career.

A further two units must be taken from a choice of eight electives (subject to availability).

course introduction to computer science

Introduction to Computer Science

This module provides a basic introduction to a range of IT topics including organisation of a computer system, the relationship between hardware and software, applications of computers, databases, networking (with a focus on the Internet), graphics and multimedia.

course introduction to programming

Introduction to Programming

This module exposes students to extensive practical use of the modern programming language Visual Basic, to illustrate the classic programming principles of sequencing, selection and iteration in the context of object-oriented computer programming.

course introduction to business

Introduction to Business

This module provides an introduction to the purpose, types and organisation of businesses. Students become familiar with a range of business concepts such as basic marketing practices.

course introduction to accounting and economics 1

Introduction to Accounting and Economics

This module introduces the key principles of accounting and economics. Students become accustomed to concepts such as market structures and monetary policy and also learn how to produce simple financial statements.

course further mathematics

Further Mathematics

This module provides students with an understanding of different mathematical concepts and ideas, building on the work covered in the Foundation Mathematics module. It will allow students to develop further algebraic techniques on a broad range of mathematical topics, building towards areas often seen and used in university courses.

course chemistry

Chemistry

This module enables you to gain an understanding of the three main branches of chemistry: inorganic, physical and organic. Theoretical concepts will be illustrated using several practical laboratory sessions.

course physics

Physics

This module equips students with a fundamental background of the principles of physics. It focuses on Newton’s mechanics, electrostatics and electrodynamics. The principles of thermal physics and magnetism are also introduced.

course biology

Biology

This module introduces the fundamental ideas of how the human body works. Starting with the cell as the building blocks of life and the looking at each of the major body systems. The purpose of this to give the underpinning knowledge which will prepare students to study health related subjects at higher levels.

Fee Structure

The fee structure for the International Foundation for the academic session 2021-2022 shall be as follows:

ParticularsFees (PKR)
Admission FeesRs. 40,000/-
Tuition Fees
(for the entire term)
Rs. 195,000/-
Library FeesRs. 8,000/-
Student Activity FeesRs. 7,000/-
Total FeeRs. 250,000/-

Fee payable to NCC EDUCATION UK (IN POUNDS STERLING ONLY) for the Academic Year 2021-2022:

DescriptionAmount
Initial Registration Fee£470
Total Fees£470