You will study both modules.
Introduction to British and Irish Society (20 credits)
This module will provide you with an introduction to the study of British and Irish society. It aims to foster better awareness of the impact of processes of globalisation.
The module will specifically increase awareness and provide the means for better analysis of the changing cultural and economic circumstances of these islands and also help you to think about similar changes elsewhere.
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Leadership (20 credits)
Foundation in Mathematics (20 credits)
This module must be taken in semester 1, where students plan to take Introduction to Accounting and Mathematics for Business in the second semester.
You will select one of these modules.
Introduction to Accounting and Mathematics for Business (20 credits)
Introduction to Creative Industries (20 credits)
Exploring Cultural Identities (20 credits)
This module forms part of the core teaching on the International Foundation Programme. Exploring Cultural Identities offers you the opportunity to explore ideas and realities of culture, as well as, self, group, community and national identities. The module offers you time and security to explore ideas unique to your own cultural identity against the backdrop of cultural identity issues specific to Northern Ireland.
English with Study Skills (20 credits)
This module seeks to improve your overall competence in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking in English Language. This module will help you develop accurate language skills including grammatical rules of English as well as communicating and studying in a university setting in the UK.
English for Academic Transition (20 credits)
This module will further develop your English Language abilities in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. By the successful completion of this module you will have attained a competence level in English Language appropriate for undergraduate study at Ulster University.
Extending Critical Thinking for Undergraduate Study (20 credits)
(Available depending on IELTS Level)
This module seeks to harness English Language capabilities and develop Critical Thinking to raise levels of written English. This module will inform, develop and challenge your ability to engage in normative thinking strategies. Critical thinking can enhance students' interest, motivation and success in a given subject. These skills can be transferred into writing in English and in preparation for academic readiness, success and progression.
Choose a full-time degree programme course to study upon completing IFP
With the BAHSS pathway you can progress to study the courses listed below.