The academic qualifications needed for the Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (SEFP) are lower than the admissions requirements for direct entry to a three-year BSc/BEng or a four-year MSci/MEng degree programme. The entry requirements vary depending on which degree you wish to follow after the foundation year.
|A-levels||Typically CCC at A2, to include two subjects relevant to the intended degree, e.g. biology, chemistry, physics or Maths. However, some offers may be higher than this minimum requirement and you should always check with the school you are intending to apply to.|
|Vocational courses||Students studying on vocational courses will be considered on an individual basis.|
|Mature students||Applications from mature students will be considered on an individual basis, taking account of both educational background and other relevant experience.|
|International qualifications||EU and international students whose qualifications are not listed should email the school admissions teams for their country-specific entry requirements|
Subject area entry requirements
The SEFP offers a route into degree programmes from five Schools at QMUL. To find out the entry requirements for your subject area, follow the links below:
|Biology or Chemistry||School of Biological and Chemical Sciences|
|Computer Science or Electronic Engineering||School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science|
|Engineering or Materials Science||School of Engineering and Materials Science|
|Mathematics||School of Mathematics|
|Physics||School of Physics and Astronomy|
All students must meet QMUL's English language requirements.
For students from outside the United Kingdom, you must give evidence of your English language ability by producing an English language test score.
- For full information about our language requirements please visit QMUL's international student pages
Students that have yet to take an English proficiency test may still apply and will be made a conditional offer subject to meeting the minimum requirement for English proficiency.
Students who want to progress onto more competitive undergraduate degrees such as Biomedical Sciences BSc are advised to achieve an English proficiency score of IELTS 6.0 with 6.0 in writing (or equivalent) before starting the Science and Engineering Degrees with foundation.