Cost-effective route to a British degree
rEGENT International Schools began as a concept that quality education need not be expensive and should be within reach of the general public.
The first Regent International School began in Klang in June 2011. The founders’ firm belief that quality education would be welcomed by concerned parents proved right and the school grew dynamically.
In keeping with this vision, Regent International School decided to partner with Northern Consortium (NCUK), a consortium of leading universities in the United Kingdom, to offer the International Foundation Year.
The NCUK International Foundation Year (IFY) was first offered in Malaysia in 1987 through MARA Institute of Technology and has successfully placed over 20,000 students into UK universities.
NCUK programmes are now offered in 10 countries and the number is growing. Regent is poised to continue offering the IFY to students from Malaysia and around the region.
The NCUK IFY gives students access to a wide range of universities, leading to over 2,000 degree programmes at universities in the UK and around the world, making this a globally portable qualification.
The NCUK IFY is a modular programme that prepares students for first year entry to undergraduate degree courses. Candidates have a choice of streams in Business, Engineering, Humanities and Science and will study a combination of modules that fit in with their degree destination.
For the period of about one year and costing less than RM20,000, the IFY in Malaysia saves you time and money. It’s one of the least expensive routes to a good university overseas.
Programme manager Simone Gellie said, “Not only will successful IFY graduates be eligible to enter highly ranked UK universities, other worldclass universities around the world will accept qualified students into the first year of degree programmes. This speaks volumes of the international quality of the IFY.”
Find out more about this cost-effective and quick route to a UK degree in Regent’s advertisement in the StarSpecial.
Members from Regent International School and NCUK.