University of Portsmouth

Foundation Degree courses (6 results)

  • Student rating (4.1)
  • Overview Big City/ Seaside / Non campus

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Business and Management FdA

Business And Management - Generalist Business

3 years part time

95% Employment rate 41st Times Subject ranking
Entry requirements Please contact Uni directly

Early Years Care and Education FdA

School Of Education And Continuing Studies

3 years part time

95% Employment rate 27th Times Subject ranking
Entry requirements Please contact Uni directly

Leadership and Management FdA

Business And Management - Generalist Business

3 years part time

95% Employment rate 41st Times Subject ranking
Entry requirements 60UCAS Tariff Points

Learning Support FdA

School Of Education And Continuing Studies

3 years part time

100% Employment rate
Entry requirements Please contact Uni directly

Paramedic Science FdSc

School Of Health Sciences And Social Work

2 years full time

B780 UCAS code 100% Employment rate 27th Times Subject ranking
Entry requirements 220UCAS Tariff Points

Speech, Language and Communication Science FdSc

School Of Health Sciences And Social Work

2 years full time / 3 years part time

BC68 UCAS code 95% Employment rate 36th Times Subject ranking
Entry requirements 160UCAS Tariff Points

Uni Info University of Portsmouth

Student stats

*Data refers to students in their first year only.
  • 91 : 9Full time: Part time
  • 81 : 19UK: International
  • 77 : 23Undergraduate : Postgraduate
  • 70 : 30School Leavers : Mature students
  • 6,175Number of students

Graduate prospects

  • 84% % in job or further study
Student rating (4.1)

The times

Uni rank 55 / 121 overall ranking

STUDENT REVIEWSUniversity of Portsmouth

University of Portsmouth

Student rating 5 5stars

Course was broad which made it interesting. Lecturers were always there for help.

University of Portsmouth

Student rating 4 5stars

Lectures and seminars lasted about 12 hours a week. Some good some dull. Alot of reading involved advice: do the reading and take note.