Application for Undergraduate Students:
Your non-refundable registration fee of €100 (Euros) allow IKI to help you with the admissions process you. This service is tailored to each student’s requirement through your specialist supervisor. The time frame to complete the course is dependent upon how much time each student can devote to their studies. IKI decides how many courses a student can study each session. This is normally 3 modules per trimester. Completion of 3 courses allows a student to progress to register for more courses. All modules must be successfully completed in order to receive the accredited award
IKI registers the student and exams take place four times a year and examination results are sent directly to the student.
Please note, from time to time the awarding body does occasionally vary the costs of examinations.
To be accepted onto an undergraduate course students must:
- Be a minimum of 18 years old
- Have one GCE A-level plus three GCSEs (or equivalents) or 5 GCSEs
- OR have a suitable BTEC National Award
- OR other relevant and approved professional qualification
- Subject for subject exemptions can be applied at any level
- Course can take up to 4 years allowing for not passing all examinations at undergraduate level
To apply to IKI students need to send all of the following documentation to the Paris Study Centre by courier or registered post:
- A fully completed IKI registration form – this may be downloaded from the website
- The €100 (Euros) application fee
- Official copies of all academic transcripts. Original copies must be sent directly to IKI from your previous institution
- A notarised copy(s) of your diploma(s), certified by an official notary
- A certified copy of your passport
- Four passport sized photos
- Non-native English speakers must send a copy of their SELT (Secure English Language Test) report (TOEFL/IELTS etc.)
Important: All payment should be done to the IKI bank account, either by bank draft or cheque. Cash is not permitted
To complete the undergraduate Advanced Diploma students are required to complete a total of 16 courses. The course is flexible and allows students to study at their own pace. The program is expected to be completed 2-4 years. On successful completion of the undergraduate Advanced Diploma students may apply to one of the UK partnership universities for direct entry into the final year of a relevant 3 year degree programme. (See University Progression Routes)
Equates to a pre-degree qualification (similar to A Levels, Foundation Certificate or Access programmes).
Equates to level 1 of a degree. Allows direct entry into level 2/year 2 of an appropriate Honours degree programme.
Equates to level 2 of a degree. Allows direct entry into level 3 (final year) of an appropriate Honours degree programme.
Equates to level 3 of a degree. Allows direct entry into an appropriate postgraduate (Masters Degree) programme.