University Foundation Programme – UFP
Laura Lancaster - Feb 6, 2020

The UFP is recognised by almost all British universities. Since 1989 UFP students have gone on to study at more than 90 different universities in the UK, as well as universities overseas (including in the USA, Europe, Australia and Canada), including University College London (UCL), King’s College London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of the Arts London (UAL), Queen Mary London, and the Universities of Bath, Manchester, Bristol, Warwick, Nottingham and York.

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Why should you choose an Engineering Foundation Course?

As the Engineering and Computing sector continues to grow globally, with technical skills becoming invaluable in a world ruled by computer systems, the demand for competent engineering and computing graduates has never been greater.

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University Offers

Here at the University Foundation Programme, we are very pleased to announce our latest university offers our students have received so far.

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How to get into university: our UCAS support

Deciding which university to go to and what to study for your degree are huge life decisions.

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Start a new chapter in 2022

Start a new chapter in 2022 – January is the best time to start a foundation course.

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Are you ready to apply?

Make an application for entry to our one year foundation programme.


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The University Foundation Programme (UFP) is a department of David Game College. Established in 1974, David Game College has become one of the leading Independent Sixth Form Colleges in London for 13-22 year olds.

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