CATS Colleges’ students to benefit from over 30 university progression agreements
18 February 2020
Students from CATS Colleges can now benefit from conditional progression to over 30 universities including four of the UK’s top 20 institutions: University of Exeter, University of Birmingham, University of Bristol and Royal Holloway of London.
Our partner universities have been selected to provide a range of degree programmes from Business and Law to Computer Science and Mathematics. To support the 10 per cent of CATS graduates choosing Medicine or healthcare-related degrees such as Pharmacy, Biomedicine and Physiotherapy, agreements are in place with the University of Nicosia, Medical School, St George’s University, School of Medicine in Grenada, Buckingham School of Medicine and Brunel Medical School (opening September 2021). Upon successfully meeting entry requirements students are guaranteed an interview.
On enrolment to one of three CATS Colleges in the UK (Canterbury, Cambridge and London), students receive conditional offers to five universities providing progression opportunities. In addition, every CATS student continues to receive one-to-one independent advice and guidance from dedicated CATS Higher Education Officers to help them choose the right degree and right university for them.
Commenting on the importance of the university agreements, Stephen Carter, Global Sales and Marketing Director, CATS Colleges says:
“Providing independent and impartial higher education advice to our students is an important part of the service we offer. However, we recognise that an overseas education is a significant emotional and financial investment, therefore our university agreements seek to give confidence to parents, students and agents that a CATS College experience will lead to university success.”
The full list of CATS Colleges’ partner universities offering conditional progression include:
Please note: some degree exclusions may apply.
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