London, 19 February 2018 – The Language Gallery (TLG) has recently agreed a new partnership with Anglia Ruskin University to accept students from TLG’s University Pathway Programme (UPP).
International students who plan to apply for a degree at a university abroad are required to meet specific language criteria. The UPP is a pre-sessional course designed to help them develop the necessary skills and language knowledge to succeed in their application.
The collaboration means that TLG students participating in the UPP will be able to study for a degree at Anglia Ruskin University without having to take the IELTS test or any other similar exams. The coursework and the university internal exam taken at the end of the course will allow students to proceed directly to the university.
Simon Power, Managing Director at The Language Gallery, said: “We are honoured to be able to work with Anglia Ruskin University to further develop this course.
“The UPP represents a great chance for people to pursue their study at an international level and gain valuable experience. Through these important partnerships, we hope to be able support our students in their future career.”
Anglia Ruskin University, a public university based in East Anglia with campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough, is the third UK higher education institution to become TLG’s partner for this programme.
Arjun Patel, from ARU’s International Recruitment Office, said: “This partnership is a fantastic opportunity. TLG offer a great and high quality University Pathway programme, which can help students to progress to Undergraduate and Postgraduate studies at ARU. We are very excited to work with TLG, supporting each other and helping students to reach their goals.”
TLG is currently offering the UPP in the UK in collaboration with Bangor University and De Montfort University. The course is also available in Berlin, Hannover and Toronto, where TLG is in partnership with Toronto School of Management.