C.A.S.E.-ACCESS Foundation Course is a program of studies that academically prepares students who wish to be admitted in the first year of studies of British Universities, in various branches and specializations, such as:
  • SCHOOLS OF ENGINEERING

  • INFORMATICS

  • APPLIED SCIENCES

  • ARCHITECTURE

  • ECONOMICS

  • BUSINESS STUDIES

  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  • ACCOUNTING

  • BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

  • PARAMEDICAL SCIENCES

  • PHARMACEUTICS

  • AGRONOMY

  • LAW

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • HUMANITIES

  • PSYCHOLOGY

  • FINE ARTS/DESIGN

Having under consideration the requirements for admission to and attendance of a university program in the British Universities, both the taught material and the students’ teaching and way of assessment have been especially designed and adjusted to the respective ones of the British Universities.
C.A.S.E-ACCESS Foundation Course is structured in two semesters and taught during three quarters. The courses begin during the first week of October each year and end late in May of the following year.

In total 30 teaching weeks are covered with a program ranging between 20-25 hours per week, always in accordance with the selected branch.

All students attend during the year the English language course in order to obtain the degree in English which is required for their admission to the universities (IELTS or GCE O-Level).

Students are admitted to Foundation Course based on their Certificate of Graduation or equivalent secondary education qualification. They should also have satisfactory knowledge of English (Lower) since all courses are taught in English.