Full-time courses (eg. three-year honours degrees and one-year foundation degrees) allow you to completely focus on your academic development. Suitable for students who can commit to studying for an average of 6-8 hours per day.
Part-time courses allow you to complete your degree in smaller chunks over a longer period of time. Suitable for students who need to work while studying.
A top-up degree allows you to turn your existing Level 5 qualification into a full honours degree. Suitable for students with a foundation degree or equivalent.
A four-year course comprised of one foundation year to help develop your study skills, followed by the standard three-year honours degree (eg. BA, BSc, LLB or BEng).
A four-year honours degree (eg. BA or BSc) which gives you the opportunity to undertake a one-year placement (usually between your second and third year) to gain work experience.