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Is there anyway a foundation student can get into ICL for Aeronautical Engineering?
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Hi there!

The foundation courses considered for entry to Imperial are:
1. UCL’s Undergraduate Preparatory Certificate for Science and Engineering (UPCSE), and
2. Warwick’s International Foundation Programme (IFP) in Science & Engineering

These foundation courses are designed for international students studying a non-British curriculum who wish to gain entry into degree programmes in the UK.

To be considered for admission to the Department of Aeronautics, international students studying UCL UPCSE must achieve: 80% overall and 80% Mathematics + Physics, and students studying the Warwick IFP must achieve 80% overall and 80% in mathematics+ physics.

A full list of entry requirements for Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial can be found here: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/...y-requirements.

Hope this helps!
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