The Warwick International Foundation Programme - Preparing You for University
Take the perfect first step towards your undergraduate degree by joining one of the longest running foundation programmes in the world.
For 40 years, we’ve helped shape the skills and knowledge of international students like you on our one-year foundation courses - our programmes are designed with your needs in mind.
We have a team of experts to help you bridge the gap between your current knowledge and qualifications, and your undergraduate study. Through high quality teaching and personal support, you will develop your confidence and academic ability to progress on to your chosen degree.
You’ll receive a guaranteed conditional offer if you decide to study a relevant undergraduate course at Warwick once you’ve finished the programme. Each year, our students go on to study undergraduate degrees at Warwick and other top universities in the UK.
Pick one of our diverse pathways to start your journey to your chosen undergraduate degree.
All courses will equip you with the academic skills and English Language ability you need to progress on to your chosen undergraduate degree.
You can apply for the Warwick IFP directly via our website using our online application form. It is simple and easy to do.
To help with your application you can find guidance about our standard Entry Requirements, Language Requirements and Personal Statement Requirements.
Our International Foundation Programme is designed and delivered by the University of Warwick and is a student-centred and holistic experience.
We aim to ensure you feel welcome and part of our IFP community, and engaged with and integrated into the wider University.
Hear from our students
Want to find out what life is like at Warwick and on the IFP? The best people to hear from are our current and previous students.
We have a range of video and written testimonials from previous IFP students, talking about their experiences.
Our Unibuddy system also allows you the opportunity to talk directly to some of our previous students and ask them any questions that you might have