Undergraduate study options at CU Coventry
CU Coventry courses focus on helping you gain skills and knowledge to boost your employability. You can choose from BA, BEng, and BSc degrees awarded by Coventry University.
We offer a range of undergraduate options. With most of our degree courses, you can earn a qualification each academic year once you successfully complete it. You might choose to join us for a single year to study for a Higher National Certificate (HNC) or commit to a degree. Whatever you decide, we’ll help you gain the qualification and knowledge needed to achieve your career goals.
At CU coventry we offer a range of undergraduate study options:
If you choose full-time study, you'll have fixed teaching hours each week. It is a mix of face-to-face teaching, independent and online learning, and tutorials.
If you choose part-time study, you might have more time between classes. You will also study independently and receive online support.
Degrees with foundation years
Degrees with foundation years are undergraduate degree programs that include an additional year of study at the start. The foundation year is designed to give you the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in your chosen subject.
A foundation year is an extra year at the start of a degree course. It is an introduction to the subject you’re interested in and is aimed at helping you develop the necessary skills for a degree study. On completion, you could continue to a full degree course.
Access to Higher Education
An Access course is equivalent to A-Levels. It could help you learn study skills and subjects of interest, as well as build confidence. Completing an access course successfully can lead to progress onto a relevant degree course at CU Coventry, subject to meeting specific entrance criteria.