The Foundation Year in Law and Social Sciences is offered as an entry route to a law, politics, criminology or sociology degree for students who don't yet meet the entry requirements for degree-level study.
Why study the Foundation Year in Law and Social Sciences at Middlesex University?
You enrol on a four-year course, which includes the one-year foundation course. If you complete this year successfully you progress directly onto one of our three-year degree courses in these subject areas. The number of students who progress to degree study are very high - in fact some of these students have gone on to become some of our most successful graduates.
The Foundation Year is for you if:
- you do not have the right qualifications for a full degree
- you feel you are not yet ready for degree-level study
- you are returning to study and feel you need some help to get up to speed with the demands of learning before embarking on a degree.
How to apply
If you are interested in studying the Law and Social Sciences foundation year you must apply to one of our four-year degree courses. Please have a look at the How to apply tab for further information about how to apply including UCAS codes. Successful completion of the foundation year guarantees entry onto your chosen social sciences, politics or law degree. We offer:
The Foundation Year in Law and Social Sciences is taught by the same lecturing staff who teach on our degree courses and you are taught in small group seminars, workshops and lectures. The course will allow you to develop transferable skills in law, social sciences, politics, communication and problem-solving.